(Closed) What is the point of people witnessing us saying I do?

posted 7 years ago in Ceremony
Post # 3
77 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

this is the best most absolute most honest post out of all.  i don’t think you’ve gotten a lot of post-backs because it has hit too close to home.  as the bride, i don’t care about the flowers, don’t even know how our cake is going to look, or if our chairs will have covers or not.  my guys has hammered it often enough that the only thing he cares about is me walking up the aisle to meet him.  i’ve tried to tell him several times, and he doesn’t even want to know how much the wedding is costing us.  not to knock other brides out, but i don’t care about what shoes i’m wearing, how many hours the photographer will be with us, or even about food-tasting.  i don’t want to be stressing and bawling myself out like some drama queen looking for pity/love, and then suddenly- two minutes later, i’m walking up the aisle with the biggest smile on my face.  no- that’s just not being real.  i choose to be happy and content in my wedding planning.  i think us brides are just too all [wrongly] caught up into thinking that if we don’t have a minimum of three meltdowns, then we’re not being responsible-enough bride[zilas?].  props.

Post # 4
2651 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2016

Can this be stickied somewhere? Because honesltly, I might have to come and re read this again and again.

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