What's your dream wedding like?
August 23, 2009 5:27am CST
Ive always been dreaming of getting married in a big and famous church with ofcourse my ever loving and caring man. A simple but elegant church wedding with pure white color motif. And a garden setting reception afterward with a buffet full of sweets. C: I want to spend that very special day with my family and close friends. Guest should be limited because I want it to be as solemn and peaceful as possible. (and also because more guests means more expenses! hehe ^_^) you? what's your dream wedding like?
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23 Aug 09
my wedding is now less than a month away. we're having our handfasting in a stone circle, before the Gods, and then the legal ceremony beside a subterranean lake. the reception is at home, in my parents orchard. everything is just perfect. if money were no object, the only thing I'd change is more food and more drink, and better food and drink.
25 Aug 09
My dream wedding would be somewhere beautiful like a big stately home with gorgeous gardens, a nice indoor wedding breakfast and then the evening reception out in a big marquee in the gardens as it would be summer and the sun would be shining. I would spare no expense and have the best of everything, it would be a pretty lavish affair. I can only hope
• United States
25 Aug 09
I have this thing planned to the letter. There really are just a couple small details that I'll fill in when I actually start moving the plans out of my head and into the real world (i.e. when I finally find a groom ) I want an outdoor wedding, end of July, first part of August (small detail #1 ) in the evening. Evening weddings are typically more formal but I don't want formal, it's just my favorite time. In the summer, when the days are really hot, the air has this wonderful feeling at about 7, when it's just starting to cool off and the sun is starting to go down... I would love to have it near a waterfall but a fountain would be nice too. I want all of the chairs arranged in a circle facing in toward the altar so there is no distinct bride's side or groom's side. There will be a section of the first (innermost) row of chairs that are for our parents, the parents of the flower girl and/or ring bearer, and any readers or singers we might have in the ceremony. The rest of those chairs in that first row will be taken by a tea light candle that the Best Man and Maid of Honor will light when they walk in, marking the places of friends and relatives who have crossed over and are no longer with us to celebrate.
23 Aug 09
I would like to get married in the church my parents did and also it is a special church to me. It also happens to be a very beautiful church near some gardens I have spent a lot of time in since I have lived here with my family and my boyfriend. Ideally I would like to get married in the winter but that is assuming I get married to the man I would like to (my current boyfriend). I mean I can dream but you don't know how things are going to work out do you!! I would like to get married on the 13th of January, our anniversary. Arghh! I hate how we have even decided things about our wedding but we aren't engaged! I would like all family to be there but as I don't really have many friends there probably wouldn't be many non family members there. I would like to be able to have more money to spend on the people who are coming though. I would like to make sure everyone has a really nice day. I havn't thought too much about the kind of food we would have or even where, but I know I would make an extra special effort for my sister who is vegan and finds it hard to eat out places. I think even though we havn't told each other for definite, we pretty much know where we would like to go for our honeymoon. When we were talking about having it on our anniversary it was keeping in mind that it is the skiing/snowboarding season. It is something me and my partner are very into so we would like to be able to have enough money to take lessons before we go and have a honeymoon going snowboarding and having cosy evenings in a log cabin. It probably sounds like we have spoken about it a lot but we haven't! After all, we have been together 3 years so it would of come up at some point, and we both have said we are going to marry each other, but he doesn't like speaking about it. I agree, I think if you plan things before you are even engaged, then there isn't much excitement left in it all.
• United States
25 Aug 09
You know, I really don't have a dream wedding. It's strange, because there is that myth that all little girls start planning their weddings when they're six years old, but I really didn't--or if I did, I don't remember. I would be up for having a church wedding, but it's not a requirement. I have no idea how much money I'll have when I get married; the size will likely depend on that. I don't want it to be enormous, but I have a big Italian family, so it won't be tiny, either. I don't have colors picked out. I guess I'll cross that bridge when I come to it.