Wedding memories

@PatriciaL (2081)
United States
December 7, 2006 3:17pm CST
What was the most memorable moment or incident during your wedding day? I haven't been married yet myself but I would love to see your responses! :)
6 responses
• United States
7 Dec 06
I let 2 children light candles and one of the things they used to light was broke. The flame dropped out onto some tull and caught on fire. 4 adults rushed up to the stage and began stomping it out. I heard the gasps and was standing in the back but no one would let me see what was going on.
@PatriciaL (2081)
• United States
7 Dec 06
Oh, I know that was stressful! That's good that no one got hurt and there wasn't more damage though. Thanks so much for your response!
• United States
7 Dec 06
I got remarried & our girls were 3 & 18 months. My 3 y/o got scared & ended up walking me down the aisle at the last moment with my dad. She also at one point stood between DH & I holding our hands at the alter. I love to look at the pictures & video.
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• United States
7 Dec 06
At our wedding I was changing into my dress and their was a window with blinds in it that I thought were closed but come to find out after I'd been undressed and almost all the way into my wedding dress my MIL came in to turn the blinds down. (they were turned up and people could see in)Telling me my guest could see me getting dressed!!! It was only a few people still it was awfull lol....
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• United States
9 Dec 06
Ours was that we had to make two trips to the fedex mailing center with a truck load of boxes. My new husband lived in Florida and that's how we moved me down here - through Fedex. After all of that manual labor we were too wore out to enjoy our wedding night!
@PatriciaL (2081)
• United States
9 Dec 06
Hehe, yeah that sounds very exhausting. Thanks so much for your response!
@cooky28 (739)
• Australia
8 Dec 06
being deeply in love
@PatriciaL (2081)
• United States
9 Dec 06
Aww, that is so sweet and a great answer. Thanks for your response!
@ljmc24 (413)
• United States
8 Dec 06
I giggled the whole way through the vows. We eloped so it was just him, me and the judge.
@PatriciaL (2081)
• United States
9 Dec 06
Oh, you eloped hehe. Why did you elope, if I may ask? Thanks for your response!
@Danniet (377)
• United States
7 Dec 06
The most memorable event was my wedding it's self. You can't get much more Redneck. I was pregnant, we got married in a friends living room, and our preacher had a little too much to drink before he married us. All and all I wouldn't trade it in, it's 7 1/2 years later and we're still going strong.
@PatriciaL (2081)
• United States
9 Dec 06
Hehe, that's very interesting. But you a have a marriage that has lasted for 7 1/2 years, so that's wonderful! Thanks for your response!
@tentwo67 (3384)
• United States
30 Dec 06
We took pictures before the wedding and had a trolley to take the men to the wedding and a limo for the bride and bridesmaids. I didn't have a watch on and I was convinved that we were running late because nobody would tell me what time it was. I kept yelling for the guys to get on the da**ed trolley and go to the church. Almost six years later my husband still imitates me saying that. When the girls arrived at the church, the limo driver saw someone she knew and stepped out to say hi... but had not put the car in park, so the limo kept rolling. We all screamed and she was able to jump back in and stop the car, but it was still scary! And, my flower girl was really too young to be a flower girl (not yet 3), but she is my cousin's little girl and I had always had a special relationship with her and so I wanted to have her as flower girl. She was great in the rehearsal but refused to walk down the aisle during the ceremony. So she was the flower girl who wasn't. Finally, I insisted that my husband and I learn the wedding vows instead of having the priest prompt us, but on the day of the ceremony I could not remember. I was in the back of the church waiting for the ceremony to begin and the best man (thinking he was easing my mind) told me that my husband had just perfectly recited the vows to him and wasn't it wonderful that he had learned them... I burst into tears, and ultimately got help from the priest. BUT, these are just the comic relief moments. That day is second only to the day my son was born as the happiest day of my life.