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I am a Bridezilla and my confession is....
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It's not just me then! My OH is organising most of it. I picked out colours because he made me! As long as everything is nice (OH has better taste than me anyway) I don't mind what it is.
Became a Mrs on 30th July 2010!
Expecting Baby #1on 22nd April 2012
I have to stop saying 'MY' wedding and start saying 'OUR!!!!' wedding.... lol oops!
I told my mum she couldnt wear purple because my bridesmaids were, then after she'd bought her teal outfit, saw a lovely photo of a mum who matched the BM's so I told her she could take it back and swap it...
And my wedding has to better than my two oldest friends weddings! lol
Uh oh, that all sounds awful. I wish I was un-bridezillaish but im such a perfectionist anyway, there was no way i wasnt going to worry about every minute little detail. oh well....
im not even joking
nah it is really too early isnt it?
Started off with a lilac and powder blue colour scheme which soon expanded to any shade of purple and blue as I couldn't be hassled with the time/effort/money needed to find everything the exact same shade!!!
We told the Mum's, My Dad, Best Women to come in whatever colours they wanted/hats/no hats/trousers/black and accidently ended up with a fairly co-ordinated wedding party!!
Even told my Best Woman to come in her jeans (when she was stressing about finding something 'suitable') didn't care a jot as long as she was there and comfortable.
The ribbons on the favours were different lengths because our friends helped assemble them and the balloon arrangements weren't all in the same colour arrangement - it really didn't matter, they put love and thought in to helping us have a fab day!
I did think that despite being so relaxed about it all, I would have a 'stress' on the day, but didn't!
Went for my hairdresser appt in the morning and had a little moment of OMG can't find the boards we bought for the cake/cheese.
Then thought - who cares? Who is going to notice apart from us? That (and 3 glasses of champers) set the tone for the rest of the day.
Tis a little early!
have you 'come down' form your day yet jooles?
Although I have to admit some of you are really scaring me!
I've made OH promise that when I say he's had enough he has to stop drinking for at least an hour and have something to eat! have also secretly asked my mum and dad to keep an eye on him!!! getting him to sign something is a very good idea though......