Do you wish to have a royal wedding too?

@griecy07 (103)
Philippines
April 28, 2011 9:26am CST
How does it feel to be a royal bride or a groom? Do you wish to have a bungalow wedding ceremony, reception and etc? Or prefers to have simple one?
3 responses
@Metatronik (5899)
• Pasay, Philippines
30 Apr 11
I would honestly tell that I just only wish to have a wonderful, glamorous, and expensive wedding to the extent that my guests will be prominent, celebrities, or with any other popular people but not the Royal Wedding wherein I would marry a Prince and I will be a Princess. No I am not wishing a fairytale wedding that I have to ride on carriage going to the Palace. I just only want something amazing that could be memorable. But in reality I have my wedding dream as well in practical sense that I hope it will become true. Like I wouldn't want to wear a gown but fashionable Sunday white dress could be enough and since we are in tropical country so it must be comfortable as possible that is a weather friendly. I wouldn't let the entourage to wear gowns but something party dress could be designed. Then when it comes to reception I could just imagine that I would make it like a party already wherein we can also celebrate our birthday since the gap of our birthday is just one week. If Kate Middleton is older than Prince William for 5 months then I am just older to my boyfriend for one week. I just want to have a reception with DJ that can make house and trance music. I want a dance party wherein I could hire hip hop instructor. I just want to make it as Purple Violet Power Party. I hope my dream will become true.
@griecy07 (103)
• Philippines
30 Apr 11
That's a wonderful concept for your wedding, if you want it go for it, no one can stop you because it's your wedding not theirs'. Lol!MMMMM you made me think a concept for my wedding too. But don't worry I am not going to copy your idea, I don't want you to charge me plagiarism. Well if you're a week older than your bf I'm 16 days older with my bf, what a co-incidence that we're both days older with our special someone.
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• Pasay, Philippines
30 Apr 11
Don't worry that is not plagiarism. There is nothing wrong to get an idea from other people. Usually artist are like that to get ideas from other people or another work so that they could have ways on how to make in innovative or creative as possible. We just have to be practical. We have to get rid the mentality of having memorable, wonderful, exciting, amazing or fantastic wedding or even debut has to be expensive. In other terms we don't need to spend too much money to make it "Bongga". There are so many ways to make it wonderful that you can do it according to the budget that we can afford. You can think of what would be the substitute. Like when I had my debut, of course we can't afford of having cotillion that I have to wear gowns then the venue would be in hotel. We just created some innovative ways to make it fun. It was like a children's party that has games so that it couldn't be boring. I allowed my guests to wear casual instead of formal dress because we have the face the reality sometimes just because of dress especially gowns other people doesn't want to go anymore to the party. I don't have 18 candles and roses since I could imagine that it will be boring and I can't even imagine myself that I would dance with men like a Princess. Instead there were 3 gays and one guy which is my friend who danced for me with a music of Lady Marmalade. Wow while I am posting right now I am laughing because it was like I am reminiscing the old days. Then we were the one who designed the cake I mean we told the Kink cakes on what to do and the cake was Tweety Bird design. I am not a type of person that would really want to wear gowns even dresses.
• Philippines
29 Apr 11
Yes, I do. That would be like a fairy tale. But I think there's too much pressure for being a royal bride. So I think I wouldn't want to have a royal wedding. I don't know, really. I feel like I also want that but I'm thinking about the consequences. LOL. I think it's really cool that big networks from all around the world will have a live coverage of the wedding.
@griecy07 (103)
• Philippines
30 Apr 11
Yeah having a royal wedding is like a dream come true. Its awesome, fantastic and perfect. But as what have you said it is associated with pressure, very detailed movements, a lot of consideration and consequences. I think it is hard to manage such scenario when the whole world eyes is up to you, good thing the newly wed manage all of that.
• Philippines
28 Apr 11
Honestly, no. Having a royal wedding sounds really great however, I would prefer having a simple wedding-- just with my family, relatives and closest friend. What matters to me is to see all the people important to me on that very special day. Happy lotting :)
@griecy07 (103)
• Philippines
30 Apr 11
Me too, I prefer to have a simple one. I don't want to be the center of attraction even though it would be my special day. All I want is to be with my love ones and closest friends for me to feel the solemnity of the big event. I am Not saying that when there's a lot of people it is not solemn. I just prefer it to have few guests =).