What would your perfect wedding be like?

@RieRie (822)
November 19, 2006 5:15pm CST
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@nannacroc (4049)
20 Nov 06
Not the one I had. I would have liked to go to a registry office, got two strangers off the street for witnesses and then gone out for a meal with my new husband. I got married in a chapel to please my parents and only had brothers and sisters and nephews and neices at the reception but that was still too much.
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@dorypanda (1586)
19 Nov 06
Well, if I was going to get married (which isn't likely), I would like to go to a big hotel and have my entire family there, and yes, I mean ENTIRE! I'd also like all of our closest friends there too. I would wear an old fashioned dress, it would either be blue or red and black, I think, the roses would be blue and the guests would all be well behaved. I would have my two sisters as my bridesmaids, they would be dressed in blue, but it would have to be a blue that suited them both, I would have my sister-in-law as my maid of honour, I would have my son and all my nephews as my page boys, well, I think my son could end up as best man, because 'if' we ever get married, our son will probably be in his twenties anyway! Oh and I'd arrive in style, in a convertable Porsche Boxster. :) My bridesmaids and pageboys would arrive in Ferrari F40s. Obviously that's why I'm never likely to get married. :D
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@dorypanda (1586)
24 Nov 06
Thank you. :)
@pumpkinjam (5557)
• United Kingdom
20 Nov 06
Mine would be a fairly quiet ceremony. Just a few important people. I'd probably have the main thing outside or at least somewhere which looks outside-y. I would have a shiny purple dress and the groom would have a nice suit which would be anything bu grey or black because they are boring. Then afterwards, I'd have a big outdoor party with as many friends and family as possible but with a little private area just for me so I could escape.
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• India
24 Nov 06
common thing