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I just showed a co-worker some non-pro photos of my wedding...

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and he asked if that was just the rehearsal. Whats that supposed to mean??!! what.gif

 

The pictures I have are not that great right now, as it was a cloudy day so unless you are a real good photographer the pictures came out darker than it actually was. I am desperate for my professional pics so I can feel good again about everything...

 

Rehearsal. Meh. So I didn't spend thousands extra on flowers or anything. We kept it very simple.

 

Now I am angry. Why are people so ignorant? frown.gif

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That sucks that he said that! Some people just don't get DW's. They don't understand them. Don't let it get you down! As long as your wedding was perfect in your eyes, that's all that matters.

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I think the most important thing in this situation is that he's a man... what does he know? Probably not much lol. They aren't the most observant creatures so I wouldn't take what he said to heart. He's just a man, he doesn't get it lol.

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What an AHOLE!!!! Your wedding pictures are beautiful, you had the day of your dreams and he is just stupid... i have said it before " people like that should be thrown in the pot and boiled...............stupid stew!!!!!

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What a jerk! I had a similar experience with my dress pics. I showed my coworker (a woman) a picture of me in my dress at my 2nd fitting. Their reaction wasn't, "you look great!", "It's great", etc...it was,"oh...your dress...do you like it?"

 

I said, "yes and you don't have to". And that is how all of us here should be. Your wedding is special, beautiful, and the way you wanted it. Forget about everyone else and if they don't have anything nice to say, then they should shut up. Don't let it get you down. I hope your pro pics come soon though. I'd be dying to see them for my own sake.

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Thanks guys. I think I have been over-analyzing everything since we got back. I have post-wedding depression, lol I remember that day, that moment, everything seemed so perfect... I don't know why in my head now it's different. Everything went by so fast. I wish I could re-live it. Slightly regretting not hiring a videographer.....

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please don't waste your energy on your "friend". you look absolutely gorgeous and he's probably upset that he's not the groom!

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