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No. 209130

Let's talk weddings.

>What does your ideal wedding look like?

>Share ideas here: Colors, themes, dresses, rings, venues and general inspiration.
>If you're getting married, what are you planning and how is it going?
>Any stories of weddings gone wrong (or right)?
>This is not a thread for hating on weddings/marriage.

No. 209134

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>What does your ideal wedding look like?
Something quiet and whimsical with just a few close family members. Ceremony in abandoned chapel in the woods, followed by a nice little gathering outside with fireflies everywhere and a string quartet playing. I want an intimate/peaceful vibe with minimal dancing. Just have enough drinks where people can comfortably mingle, maybe around a fire.

Unfortunately I don't think I can have this, because both our families are large. Fiance's family loves their loud explosive parties. No one would think my vision is "fun" and they're probably right.

It's definitely bullshit when people say "It's YOUR day, do what YOU want", they never fucking mean it. The minute you involve other people, you become a host, and it isn't an option to not plan for what your guests would enjoy. Especially if they're traveling far to show up for you. So, it almost feels pointless to plan for what I want. My mother will overtake it all anyways.

No. 209142

My ideal wedding: none

But if I ever do, I hope it's small, short, and just an excuse to eat yummy food. I also have a type of dress in my mind, but I would try and find the cheapest version of it. I would also prepare some written stuff about how much I love my partner so everyone cries with me as I say it. I might even prepare a videographer for this lol.

No. 209170

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I'd like to have a casual wedding outside in nature. Only close friends and family members would be invited and for dinner we'd have a bbq potluck sort of thing where everyone can just grab whatever they want to eat all evening. There'd be a bonfire and some good music and people would just dance and drink and chill.

Also there would be a ton of fairy lights because I'm basic like that.

No. 209196

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Seriously fuck these stupid dresses, I'm so unbelievably tired of them. No one looks good in these unless they're extremely skinny, otherwise you just look like a sausage sticking out of a cake

I can't find any good traditional longsleeved dresses anymore. Everything either looks like picrel or "boho" shit

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Hard agree they look whack and not to mention incredibly uncomfortable to walk/eat/try and piss in

My ideal wedding is probably something chill (I’d rather elope personally but for cultural reasons I’ll probably be obligated to have a ceremony kek). Picrel looks so serene and beautiful- just a short ceremony and maybe a nice barbecue after with a tea length dress.

No. 209214

I hope mine is fairy themed. Like projectors that put sparkles on a forest floor, and incense, fake rose lights. And then mushroom stew, blossoming tea and rose cake. I say 'ew Scotland' to annoy my Scottish mother, but I hope to get married in Scotland. It's so pretty it makes my spirit feel lifted up when I go there.

Fairylights make me hnnghhhh

I bet it would be so nice with the ocean in the background going woooshhh all oceany and that and then maybe there's live music like a live symphony to go along with the ocean's crashing. And then afterwards you could jump in the sea in your dress. And ice cream too. That would be a fun wedding, and the beach doesn't cost as much as a venue.

No. 209219

I'm never going to get married but if I did I would have had one like serial killer couples do, when there's no ceremony or party and it's only the couple and the witnesses to sign the papers kek. I've never been too keen on big celebrations and I don't get along with my extended family, I would feel completely alienated at my supposed own party.

No. 209220

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I've always wanted a Beauty and the Beast style wedding, childish as it is. Gothic architecture/artwork, stained glass, waltzing at the reception, dark dramatic table setting. Sigh.

This won't happen because I live in Texas where every venue is either a sterile corporate hotel, a country club, or a fucking barn.

Also, expecting people to waltz is pretty unrealistic

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If I had the money, I'd shamelessly copy every detail on this wedding, seems so fun

No. 209223

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The thought of a traditional wedding gives me so much anxiety. Most of my family are really toxic and the thought of "my side" being near empty with all his friends and family in attendance, I can just imagine them thinking something must really be wrong with me, and I would absolutely have a panic attack. Letting my family attend would be even worse because they're racist and we're an interracial couple. I wish it were different but that's just the hand I was dealt. Fortunately my partner doesn't want a ceremony either because he doesn't like being the center of attention, so we are planning to skip the ceremony altogether and go straight to the honeymoon! I still want to dress up to take photos at some point during our honeymoon vacation visiting one of the countries on our bucket list. Even though I won't have a ceremony I'm really looking forward to being married. I'm still on the fence if I want to go with the white/ish gown or his family's cultural attire for our photos. The latter (picrel) is my partner's preference, but even though I like it and his family has also been pushing for me to wear it, I'm worried I'll look like an insensitive retard because I'm white. Thoughts? The photos are mainly for us and them so I think it's ok but am I crazy for thinking that? Not bait I promise. I know twitter would lose it but I don't give two fucks about them, I'm just confused about where the line is drawn in real life. I don't want to make the wrong choice and offend the people I love over a dress I'll be wearing for like an hour.

No. 209224

Hi I totally understand your frustrations. My fiance is Hispanic while I come from a white southern family. My mother literally just wants us to have a destination wedding so that his family wouldn't be able to attend and mix with our side. It's a fucked up situation and I still don't know what we're going to do yet. I'd rather elope but he wants a wedding…

As for your dilemna: If HIS family is wanting you to dress in their traditional attire, it isn't insensitive! I'd even take it as a huge compliment on their part that they accept you enough to involve you in their culture. At the same time however, I definitely understand feeling out of place. If it makes YOU uncomfortable, you should talk to your fiance about it. Perhaps there is some kind of middle ground/compromise where you involve some of their traditions, but not all of them.

No. 209225

That does look stupidly fun, but lol, every time I see these lavish weddings I internally bet $5 the couple divorced in 2 years

No. 209226

Nta but I had a super cheap wedding and our marriage lasted just short of 2 years. At least we didn't go into debt for such a short marriage I guess lol. I know people whose debt lasted longer than they did.

No. 209228

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I have always loved wedding dresses, especially those big, poofy, off shoulder/sleeveless ball gown types. But the ceremony itself seems like my biggest nightmare. I'd much rather just elope and travel around the world for the "honeymoon".

No. 209231

not cute

No. 209232

My aunt has been married twice. Her first marriage, she had her "dream wedding" and she absolutely loved it. They divorced a year later. Her second marriage, which lasted until death, the wedding was much smaller and modest.

To this day she considers her first wedding as the happiest day of her life even though the marriage itself was unsuccessful. It's weird but she seemingly has no regrets about it and loved having her day exactly as she planned.

No. 209233

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I feel this. I love the AESTHETICS of a wedding. Dress, rings, music, atmosphere. Hell, I actually love the idea of the ceremony, with a beautiful church and reverence surrounding the occasion.

What I hate is the concept of the RECEPTION. Because then everything you want gets thrown out the window for the sake of playing host to a bunch of people you don't actually care to see.

I just want to wear a beautiful dress, say my vows and maybe go out with some close family members to a nice dinner afterwards. Not make my parents go into debt for some massive shindig

No. 209234

I respect this at least. It's stupid when a couple spends $50,000+ on some ridiculous spectacle only to realize later that it was all bullshit. It's a sad joke

No. 209250

I got married during covid and it was the best decision for my husband and I. we didn't have to invite people we didn't want there and we had the best excuse: covid. it was really small, quick, and private, in a beautiful church too. it was just like a normal wedding with everyone dressed formally, plus a cake and food, but just way smaller and no reception.

No. 209259

I have no idea what I want to do for my wedding. It's so ridiculously expensive. I've heard in the US the average cost of a weeding is $30,000. All that money on one single day. I'd rather go on multiple vacations with that amount.

I thought longsleeved dresses are making a comeback. I feel like I've seen a few brides get married who had long sleeves. Well, I can only think of two off the top of my head, but I feel like I've seen more.

I hate the idea of a beach wedding because I'd be forever anxious the weather would be bad.

No. 209262

that sounds very nice anon. i would honestly like to do this too

No. 209298

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I wish I could have a wedding ceremony, but I can't. My family is not functional. I can't even drink to escape their shit because I'm already pregnant.

If I don't invite my parents, I would need to hire security guards to make sure my mother will not attempt to intrude the venue.

We are planning to have a civil marriage with no church involved. We would make the rings ourselves, maybe something like picrel. Then maybe have a small gathering with friends.

No. 209315

I'm getting married in November and I'm super fucking nervous. Up until we booked in the date I was fine, but then the fact that people will be focusing on me for an extended period of time and other (arguably minor) worries sunk in. The other day we met with a dance instructor to practice our first dance (I have two left feet) and I had my first panic attack in over two years and also ended up vomiting. I do not do well at all with social anxiety and it turns me into a total sped so I'm trying to focus on the many positives: it's a beautiful setting in the woods and is literally our dream outdoors setting, I'm marrying the woman I love who's my best friend, I'll get to see my wonderful stepmother and beautiful sisters as my bridesmaids, the caterers we hired are fucking amazing, I love my suit, it's a great reunion with those I care the most about after covid. The pros far outweigh the cons and yet all I do is focus on the fucking cons! They're not even that bad: the attention on me, the fact I'll definitely cry the second I see my fiancée and blubber my way through the vows, having to be social all day and keep the 'tism under control. The worst thing will be having to play nice with my fiancée's stepmother who seems to dislike me but even that is just a small detail in the big picture. I don't suppose there's any married nonnies here who can give me a few tips on how to chill the fuck out about it?

No. 209320

In the end all that remains are (mostly posed) pictures. Like weddings are made out to be amazingly important, but apart from the pictures I don't even remember much from mine (10 years ago).

No. 209323

That's actually quite helpful, thanks. So long as I don't have a full blown panic attack or vomit in front of anyone it probably won't be anything too out of the ordinary for a wedding; I mean even in the worst case scenario where my fiancée's stepmother is rude to me or makes a scene that's still kinda normal for a wedding (or any other family gathering tbh). All I gotta do is compose myself for the photos and things should be fine.

No. 209325

nona I was a nervous wreck the day I got married. I threw up the morning of my wedding. I could not keep food down and was shaking the entire time I was getting my hair and makeup done. I wasn't going to drink but decided to have a mimosa or two to calm me down which REALLY helped. the fact that people would be staring at me made me really nervous too, I've always had body issues and i was dreading being photographed, filmed, etc. once I actually got to the venue though, it all went away and the marriage itself flew by. it was a traditional christian ceremony and was like 45 min long kek but it was fine. my husband seemed more nervous than me at that point. just really try to enjoy it because it truly goes by so fast! I'm certain you will be fine.

No. 209361

Congratulations and I'm sorry it's not what you wanted. Remember that by the time you have your first anniversary, you won't really care much what the wedding was like, only that it happened.

No. 209388

Where do you like to browse realistically priced wedding dresses? I’m engaged and overwhelmed by the price of the results just googling stuff like “embroidered wedding dress”. Is it possible to drop less than $1000 on a nice dress?

No. 209588

If I were you? I'd visit some bridal shops and try on a variety of dresses to get a feel for what actually looks good. Then I'd find something similar and cheaper on Etsy (cliche I know).

No. 209602

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This is the wedding dress I want, I love the champagne.

No. 209626

wow that's pretty and very unique!

No. 210357

Recently I got engaged and my fiance was surprised that I was clueless about what I wanted for a wedding. The reason is, my mother is extremely painful to deal with, and she'd overtake everything if we let her pay for it. Unfortunately, we don't have the money for a big event we'd want, and we're not interested in having a long engagement to save up.

We've decided a middle ground that makes me happy. We'll do a micro-ceremony with only our closest, and a fancy restaurant dinner instead of a traditional reception. I'm letting mother pay for this, because in such a downsized wedding, there will be less things we would butt heads on. (I'd still pay for dress though, because there's no way our tastes are going to align)

Post-marriage, we'd save up for some kind of badass vow renewal where we do whatever the hell WE want without family pressure.

No. 210405

Tbh him proposing and then your mother footing the bill for a day that's not even what you want… it sounds like you're needlessly rushing into something when all the signs are telling you to slow down and let this guy prove himself and provide your actual preferred wedding day where you are in charge and your mom isn't out of pocket. I've alway found that when friends had small, rushed weddings and the brides side was even paying for the small event… I've just never seen it amount to anything good. It's a bad sign when you can't wait.. and he can't provide.

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I've already decided on my venue lol. it's this local alleyway-turned-park that's cute as heck. Not sure if the reception will be there, but I definitely want to get married there

But we're also going to Vegas in January and we've talked about how it's possible we'd get hitched while on our trip, since it would be cute, funny and would bypass all the wedding fuss. Playing it by ear!

No. 224390

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It seems that now that Americans are getting used to living in a pandemic a lot of my friends who were holding off their engagements are getting married. I'm in my late 20s so a wedding surge was bound to happen eventually.

Me and my partner of 7 years have been talking more about having a wedding in the abstract, of course I already have a pinterest board in the works- I just wish we had more money or it was more affordable to have a nice wedding.

I don't want to be the only person in my extended family to elope/I wouldn't want them to feel insulted or that they weren't important to me. But me and my bf both have large extended families and venues in our city charge anywhere from $75-100 a plate.

I don't feel like I need an expensive wedding and I can be thrifty in a lot of aspects, but the guest list is such a pain in the ass.

Right now I'm thinking of a courthouse wedding and a reception for friends and family maybe a year or so later.

No. 260249

I’ve tried on 50 wedding dresses and have yet to find something that sets my eyes alight. The sales people always say that when a bride finds her perfect dress, she starts posing and smiling brightly. I’m tired of trying on dresses. Feels like a waste of time (and money). I thought I’d like something lacy with a corset + Sweetheart neckline top and tulle skirt With floral Appliques. I’ve tried soooo many variations of this idea , but there is always something that makes me frown. I wish I could pick and choose each dress’s best element to form the ultimate dress but I know customizations like that cost money and who knows maybe the Frankenstein dress might end up looking uncanny.
Nonnies, what’s your dream wedding dress? I feel like I need to get out of my comfort zone of my ideal dress if it’s not working. no matter how many iterations I’ve tried, I just don’t feel like it’s “the one” dress.
I was hellbent on that dress because our wedding theme is enchanted fairy forest. But idk I am far from looking like a dainty little fairy. My celeb look alike is that girl from the great Gatsby who played Jordan Baker (the golf star). Maybe I should go vintage? My venue is at a heritage mansion Built in the 1910s after all

No. 260253

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It really depends on you! My ideal wedding dress is like pic related, I prefer covered up vintage style dresses but that's just because its a personal preference i've had since I was little. It all depends on what dress really resonates to you the most, maybe you have a dress you really liked in a movie or tv show?
I'm definitely an advocate for vintage dresses but I also believe that a dress is important to how you want to feel that day. If you want to feel grand, get something huge. If you want to look slim, then get something thin and silky. Just think about what you want to see in your wedding photos in the next few years. It helps to go through photos of dresses popular over the decades to see the various forms.

No. 260260

I think the more you try on, the harder you are making it for yourself.

No. 260261

I wish I was a nepo baby, that looks so fun. I don't even like volley ball kek.

No. 260490

Idk if this is the right place for this, but has anyone else ever broken off an engagement? I got engaged last year and have been with the person for over a decade, went and picked out a venue and everything but started getting freaked out at the idea of being trapped with someone where divorce is the only way out. There’s not actually a problem with the relationship or anything (otherwise I would not have stayed this long), but I still got cold feet about it and almost grieving over the idea of being legally chained to someone forever. I feel like a disappointment to him and my family because of it even though no one is mad.

No. 260493

Should probably ask yourself why the prospect of spending the rest of your life with this person is scary to you if your relationship has "no problems". It kind of seems like there are some problems there or you wouldn't be afraid to get married.

No. 260495

I really do mean it though. It isn’t him, the idea of this with anyone scares me bc I’m a flighty person by nature. I have no idea how I managed to pull off having a long term relationship. I just can’t shake the guilt of it though, getting everyone’s hopes up just to say oh nevermind sorry. I’m fine with the idea of having him as a life partner but the binding thing just weirds me out, and I never realized it til it started to become “too real” if that makes sense.

No. 260499

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I'm not getting married any time soon, but what's your thoughts on bridesmaids dresses? Usually bridesmaids just wear the same dress, but I've heard about weddings where the bridesmaids wear different dresses according to an existing colour palette

No. 260500

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wrong pic

No. 260504

I wouldn't get bridesmaid vibes from it if it weren't for the bride in the middle but it does look very nice. Actually I think I like this better than everyone wearing the same thing, honestly that doesn't often look that good I feel like.

No. 260529

That looks great but lbr those women are particularly attractive with nice bodies and great taste in dresses so it might not look as good with regular people. Getting bridesmaids to agree to one dress can be hard, everyone picking their own dress may end up looking an uncohesive mess.

No. 260571

i agree with >>260529
but a good kind of compromise of this i saw before that i think of is, i once saw was everyone was wearing a slip style dress in the same color and length, but the necklines were all different. it'd be nice to be able to do that and have the bridesmaids pick what they prefer.

No. 260625

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I have no close friends and I'm not close to any family members outside my immediate family. I felt a little jealous seeing pictures of my cousins' weddings that were super grand and they had really pretty dresses with a big venue and lots of bridesmaids and guests. Idk what I was going to do with my future wedding until I heard this term "micro wedding". Maybe I could have one by the beach or something. I still want a pretty wedding dress. What kind of dress would look good with a setup like this?

No. 260682

Very nice picrel anon. Beach weddings usually seem so blinding and stark but these warm browns and mixed flowers are so pretty. I’ve always wanted a small one too. For that exact setup, I have two ideas:

>Straight and slip-like with spaghetti straps and loose rectangle neck. Pinned in the right areas to drape your body’s shape.

>A little sheer and lacy bodice+skirt, not too heavily layered but very embroidered. You can have it concentrated on the bodice then in any kind of pattern or cascade on the skirt. A-line with a running train or a thin, airy ball gown shape.

Matte white, shiny or matte ivory and cream or a rosy, light pink. It’s leaning bohemian so I don’t think anything too poofy or stiff would match.

No. 260685

It might sound silly anon but remember that you can always get divorced! Marriage is just an expression of love, a new relationship stage with some legal allowances. Kids are the only thing that’s actually permanent. Marriage lasts as long as it’s good and you can get off the ride whenever you want even if you wouldn’t actually want to. You can even get back on the same ride.

No. 260689

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I don't really care about weddings I just wish I could afford a couture wedding gown. I was obsessed for a while with celebrity wedding dresses and I think Hailey Bieber's is one of my favorites, I love the sleeves and the beading

No. 260710

Thanks anon! Vintage was definitely my second option. I might go for it as the venue is beautiful and still 100% intact from its 1917 construction date. It’s got an atrium with hand painted mural paintings, big glass windows that overlook a terrace and lead out into a balcony.. it’s so beautiful! Only problem is high collared dresses might make me sweat in September. Which is why I wanted off the shoulder neckline. Here’s a dress I was eyeing: https://www.amygown.com/dress-ph-wedding-gowns-t801525337626.html
Thoughts on the gown? It has everything I wanted in my enchanted fairy Dress like cold shoulder, sweet heart neckline, corset , long train and tulle, with lace

No. 260713

Same lol I don’t really want a huge expensive wedding, I just like the idea of wearing a fancy wedding gown.

No. 260751

I never really thought I wanted to get married, but in the case I'm really fucked, I'd honestly want a shotgun wedding and take a crash course in tango. I'm not even in a relationship though.

No. 260752

This is so cute. I'd never thought about having a wedding "first dance" but maybe I should get me and my gf into tango lessons

No. 262060

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Hi nonnies I wasn't sure whether to take this to the wedding dress thread but it's pretty dead and I don't want to bump it. I'm getting married this December and we want to do a casual boho style wedding with lots of vines, plants etc as decor and we're carrying it through with our attire as I've never wanted a formal and ungodly expensive wedding dress. I've settled on a dress that looks really similar to this one (more cream than white though) and I love it, but I'm lost with what to do with styling and accessories. I'd love a flower crown with loose curls but I think fake flowers might look tacky and a real one could be hard to find idk? Having my hair up might not suit this style dress but then again it may be hot as hell because it'll be summer and an updo might be easier. As for jewelry I haven't a clue, and I have even less of a clue with my shoes. I need some elevation because the dress is too long without about 4-5cm heels, but I have a bad knee and don't want to hurt myself with uncomfortable heels. Would wedges be fine, especially since you probably won't see them under the dress? I don't normally wear any heels.

No. 262082

Is there a name for a wedding ceremony that would only include you and your spouse, and maybe a photographer? I know eloping is a thing, but that usually involves little to no planning, like getting married at some cheap chapel in Las Vegas. I want a nice, romantic, and intimate ceremony for only the 2 of us. Having to cater to any guests at all would take away from it being our day. Would a wedding planner even entertain this idea or reject it because it wouldn't be as profitable as a wedding with guests?

No. 262088

Why don't you go for vines? Flower crowns don't really fit in December

No. 262098

She's in the southern hemisphere dumbass it literally says it'll be summer.

No. 262132

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Maybe something simpler like picrel for the crown. Keep the jewelry simple too. Not too much or it’ll take away from the dress which should be the main focus more or less

No. 262133

SA but for hair maybe you can do a partial updo.

No. 262190

I like this a lot, some loose curls in front and partially up would look nice with it.

No. 262517

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Is it weird to want to get married just to cross it of your bucketlist and just to have experienced it and you're not even in a relationship with anyone?

No. 266896

This actually would look so much better with nice gathered long sleeves, do it anon

No. 266898

Yes, it would look really good with balloon sleeves. For some reason the short sleeves make it look more like a night gown.

No. 266899

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I think so too. Thankfully one of the reviewers had the same idea. I didn’t attend prom or anything so I wanted to get a non traditional wedding dress that was more suited to my taste.

No. 266969

Where is the best place to get vintage wedding dresses? Would it be thrift stores or are there actual places that preserve them?

No. 266972

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Nta but those sleeves need some kind of cuff. Spoilered for long image

No. 266973

It didn't work but I am too lazy to fix it ♥

No. 267536

Late, but this is still called eloping, anon.

No. 269954

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Ever since I saw this picture I’ve loved this dress, it’s just so pretty and simple and nice. I think it’s out of stock though. It’s from etsy.

No. 269965

I love this, so so much. Would wear with big ass black boots that go all the way up the legs, super elegant.
same?? it looks like it belongs in a painting.

No. 275740

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My wedding is coming up in fall and I'm so excited.. the process of getting everything together has been so much fun, and I cannot wait to decorate our venue when the time comes!
I'm thinking about getting a dried bridal bouquette and boutonniere, because some of the options listed on Etsy are so stinking cute and they will be wonderful keepsakes afterwards.

No. 275743

How should my socially awkward bf and I prepare for my friend's wedding? Is it an all day thing or can I just come during the main ceremony?

No. 275747

Any wedding anons have a tiny, private wedding? Just parents and siblings? How did it go for you?

No. 280679

>What does your ideal wedding look like?
I always dreamed of getting married in an old fashion church. I just want an organ filling the church and morning stained glass light. I won't be getting married anytime soon but if I ever do I don't think I can settle for anything else but this.

No. 280681

usually it's not. unless it's a cultural wedding most weddings don't go all day probably just an afternoon. Is your friend having a reception after? I can imagine being able to leave after giving your congratulations.

No. 280722

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Some wedding dresses I like

No. 280723

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No. 281342

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The wedding reception in Melancholia was perfect to me. I don't need some huge castle, but a cozy reception in a mansion with all that rich colored wood would be perfect for me.

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>ideal wedding
I want to look like an antique doll. I want it to have a gothic edge to it as well. My boyfriend and I are secular, but I want our venue to be at a cathedral because I love stained glass so much. If i can find a different venue that has that gothic architecture style, I'm totally down.

No. 293999

I don’t even care for this thread but I literally gasped at how cute that dress is. Ahh you could have dolly ringlets or just sleek hair with a headband, i love the cute vibe of it!

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I'm in the early planning stage right now and it's blowing my mind how expensive things are. My ideal venue just got back to me and it would cost almost $20k for the venue and bar, and I'm sure there would be hidden fees on top of that. They also have a % charge on food vendors, so the caterer we chose (over $14k for 100 people) would then cost even more. I feel like I must be doing something wrong, the average wedding cost in my city is supposedly $28k but I can't see how that's possible. I haven't even started looking into flowers yet

No. 294399

That seems like a lot. I had two sisters get married this summer and their total budgets were both $20k.

No. 294492

This is literally retarded. Sorry but you're absolutely being cucked by the wedding industry. Who needs $40k if bullshit to get married, idgi and never will

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No. 294521

>go to the wedding thread and get angry that other people are having and talking about weddings

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Wedding industry sucks balls. My husband and I planned our wedding within a two month period and had it at a park with family. We also reserved seats at a restaurant for the party. My wedding dress didn't up being the black starry one from >>266899 I chose to grab this one from my closet instead. I refuse to look at my wedding photos though. I look tired and hated how I look but I didn't have the party for myself. My wedding was technically our second one since we got married at the court house. His "bachelor" party is three months late but it's this weekend. It's going to be his friends sleeping on our apartment floor and going to a concert.

No. 294541

I love the dress where did you get it?

No. 294544

Thank you
It's a two piece from Cosmic Drifters(sold separately) they make all their clothes in house. https://cosmicdrifters.com/product/calypso-90s-cape-top/

No. 294548

Thank you!

No. 294638

god I hate this thread pic

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