Question of the Day

If you could change one thing about your wedding, what would it be?

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19 Responses to Question of the Day

  1. theissuedwife says:

    the dress….still cant look at pictures from the wedding.. i just hated the dress

  2. SanityFound says:

    … skip…. so far I am safe 😀

    [quiet in the peanut gallery]

  3. Jennifer says:

    I wouldn’t have been so laid back about the whole thing…I would have been more organized. But I was young and naive at the time. A lot of little details wouldn’t have been overlooked otherwise.

  4. Erin says:

    Overlook little details? I got to the church …. after finding out my dress was too big… to realize I forgot about a photographer! umm….

  5. Sue says:

    I would have gotten a pro photographer. We were young also and wanted to save money. My grandma and aunt said they would take pic’s, they did and I’m glad I have something from my wedding, but one pic to go on the wall would have been nice!

  6. Smilf says:

    Honestly, my wedding was damn near perfect in my eyes so I wouldn’t change much. I think I would maybe have made it cooler outside (married in July outside…oops) but other than that, I loved the whole day. : )

  7. nikki says:

    Nothing. I didn’t need a big wedding. All I wanted was to be married. I don’t care about all that stuff.

  8. Tosha says:

    We didnt have a wedding.. we went to the JP and I dont regret not having one either..

  9. kweenmama says:

    There’s not alot I would change about my wedding. It was a wonderful day.

  10. Joy says:

    I didn’t have a big wedding. I personally don’t care for them and I feel they are a waste of worry and a waste of money.

  11. Amber says:

    My wedding dress. Mine was made professionally for me, but got ruined days before my wedding. There was no time to make a decent dress. A seamstress knocked on up for me but it was really crappy and I didn’t feel like I looked at all my best in it. Still every other part of the day was magical, and I married the right guy. I just wish I would have felt better about the way I looked. Every bride wants to feel good and like a princess…..

  12. Jennifer says:

    We had a really simple little affair with a JP there to marry us. When I said ‘being laid back’ so that ‘details’ were missed I meant that I figured we’d fly by the seat of our pants…and we did….but it’s why we ended up with my uncle parking his Winnebago next to the wedding tent and about 20 people piling out of it. An improvised old school country band composed of family members that won’t stop playing even when we politely let them know that had brought a big stereo system and had even purchased special CDs so that we’d have all the basic wedding music if they needed a break. We didn’t bother with a rehearsal, so the day of I started walking the second I heard the music, my poor mother had to chase me down the aisle to find her seat.

    I guess when it gets right down to it we were disorganized…

  13. Jason says:

    people at it. had only two friends, but they kind of invited themselves.

  14. darryl says:

    I would have not got married at all.

  15. Mary says:

    If I had known in advance that my grandma was going to spike the punch, I would have had a second punch bowl with unspiked punch. We had kids at the wedding, along with recovering alcoholics and a diabetic, none of whom should have been served spiked punch.

    Everything else was perfect.

  16. K. Trainor says:

    The fact that I got hysterical during the ceremony. Started laughing out of nervousness. Embarrassed, I started to cry. Realizing I was bawling at my own wedding seemed ridiculous to me, so I started laughing…you get the idea.

    I was a runny, drippy, hiccupping MESS. But bless his heart he married me anyway. 🙂

  17. Jennifer says:

    K. Trainor,

    I think that’s awesome! I’m sure it didn’t feel that way but it makes for a great story.

    We finished the ceremony at ours and as we were walking away Chuck said to me, “You didn’t remember any of that did you?”

    I have the memory of a goldfish when nervous. I was focusing so hard on trying to pay attention enough to know when to talk that I missed everything else. I probably would have remembered it more if I’d done it your way. 🙂

  18. Jane says:

    I also had a very small informal affair. It was what we both wanted. We were saving for our house and I couldn’t see spending a lot of money for a “show” when I could have had a screened in porch and a lot of other things we wanted in our home. I’m not very romantic when it comes to spending money.

  19. I’ll let you know as soon as I am allowed to legally marry in my state………(although California and Massachusetts say its okay, and oh yeah, Canada…..)

    But, I know that I would want a wedding in a country setting, only a few family and friends present, possibly a little chapel, or just out in the open, enjoying the view. And a grand party afterward with LOTS of wine, food, and music and love and FUN!!!!!

    Seriously, someday I hope that my girl will say yes…….

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