When/Did you cry on your Wedding day?

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Elizabeth40245 Posts : 59 Registered: 5/11/09
Re: When/Did you cry on your Wedding day?
Posted: May 22, 2009 1:15 PM Go to message in response to: HeatherJoel

I was tearing up a little reading through this thread.

I teared up when we planned our ceremony, just from hearing the words we'll hear at the ceremony.

I'm going to try not to cry, but I bet we both do. We're lame and constantly tearing up when we talk about how grateful and lucky we are to have each other.

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TickledPeenk Posts : 175 Registered: 7/19/07
Re: When/Did you cry on your Wedding day?
Posted: May 25, 2009 6:17 AM Go to message in response to: Elizabeth40245

I was ok until they put the veil on me and lowered it over my face. Then I lost it. I randomly cried from that point on until it was time to walk down the aisle. Then I was sniffly, but did not cry at all during the ceremony. DH almost did but thought if he did, it would make me cry, too, so he didn't let himself.

Dad and I both cried a lot during our dance. DH cried while watching it, as did one of our guests.

And I cried some during the toasts, too.

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Knoxvegas Posts : 951 Registered: 9/12/07
Re: When/Did you cry on your Wedding day?
Posted: Jun 25, 2009 3:42 PM Go to message in response to: TickledPeenk

TickledPeenk: I cried at the exact same places as you! When the veil went over, I cried until literally my dad pulled it back over my head. Then I was ok. I cried during our first dance and at my sister's toast. Other than that, I was cool and collected.

 

"Love is not a matter of counting the years -- it's making the years count."

-Wolfman Jack Smith

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MacyGray Posts : 13 Registered: 7/5/09
Re: When/Did you cry on your Wedding day?
Posted: Jul 8, 2009 11:30 PM Go to message in response to: mrspinky

I think it's nothing wrong to cry on your own wedding day. Of course I don't want to cry but who knows if I can help it
Your wedding dress looks really beautiful


 

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