(Closed) Yeah… That's just not funny.**vent**

posted 6 years ago in Logistics
Post # 3
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3135 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2018

I say lighten up! Laugh at yourself a little bit! You can’t control every little thing- including someone making jokes. 

Post # 4
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963 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

@Soon2BeeMrsG:  Take some deep breaths and just try to ignore it. I’m sure they’re not trying to be mean, it’s probably just there way to try to get you to relax. Whenever they something about the wedding, try not to react at all. Once you stop reacting, it won’t be funny anymore and they’ll stop.

Post # 5
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804 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

Don’t know if this will hurt or help.  My husband’s whole family got a stomach bug two days before coming down.  One of his brothers still had it when they showed up…and they stayed at my parents’ house with us.  They show up Thursday.  The wedding is Saturday.  I stay away from him, like, stay FAR away from him the whole time (even though on Thursday night they try to seat me directly next to him?).

Saturday morning, I’m jittery, and queasy, and it’s 4 am and I’m throwing up (thinking it’s just nerves).  I go through the day, and it’s amazing.  It’s the best day of my life, but I’m jittery and queasy the whole way through.  I never thought I’d be that bride who was too nervous to eat at her own wedding, but I am, and so exhausted, but so happy.

The plan was to go out bar-hopping after the wedding, but I asked my Maid/Matron of Honor and her husband to just drive us to the hotel (which my new husband was fine with; he had been up for pubcrawling only because it was what I wanted to do).  We get there, and before I can do anything, I jump out of the car and throw up all over the sidewalk.  It was so embarassing.  You could tell the hotel people thought I was just drunk (or pregnant maybe, I’m a bit on the chubby side), but I had a fever, and it was just so…welcome to marriage, dear husband, this is your new life.  

But, even though I was sick, it was so fantastic.  I had so much fun, and it really was the best day of my life.  His brother kept apologizing like crazy, but I told him I’d rather have him there and get sick then not have him there…and meant it (I felt kind of bad because he’s the second youngest brother so he gets kind of ragged on by his older siblings.  I also felt bad thinking I had gotten guests sick, since I talked to everyone that day).

I guess the TL;DR here is, even if you’re sick, it will still be the best day of your life.  You just may have to strangle your Maid/Matron of Honor, especially if she keeps joking about it, but it’ll still be awesome.

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