The night before.....???
Posted 14 May 2010 - 07:57 AM
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Posted 20 May 2010 - 01:05 PM
I don't want him to see me or the dress before the big day when I walk down. . .
We're going to sleep in separate rooms the night before.
I would say do what makes you happy. . .it's your wedding!
Posted 20 May 2010 - 07:51 PM
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Posted 13 February 2012 - 05:22 PM
im glad i found a thread on this!! my fiance (mexican, so maybe is a culture thing!?) had never heard of the tradition. i think he evisaged us sleeping together, waking up together, getting ready together and then travelling to the ceremony together.
so when i mentioned that we'd have to work out sleeping arrangements the night before, he looked at me like i had two heads and then with a sad face "but where will i be sleeping?!" =( as if i was going to put him to sleep on the street or something hahahaha
i just wanted to have that moment where i arrive at the church or the beach (depending how well converting to being catholic goes) and he sees me for the first time and is hopefully overwhelmed with emotion and all that stuff. rather than us both getting ready at the same time and like "oh thats your dress, nice". i also had to explain to him that he wasnt coming dress shopping with me -not sure why he thought he had to, but he was quite happy when he heard he didnt
i just need to explain to him that whilst he will be staying with the guys...its not an excuse for another stag party or drinking session hahaha. though hes pretty sensible so im sure he'll realise that =)
Posted 14 February 2012 - 09:01 AM
We are going to spend the night before our wedding together, and then part ways in the morning before our afternoon wedding. I think we'll do a first look before the ceremony for the sake of getting pictures done before the sun sets, but I think it'll be perfect for us! We will have lived together for over 3 years before the wedding anyways, so tradition doesn't really matter to us.
Definitely do what makes you happy and what makes sense for the start of your lives together as husband and wife!
~ December 5, 2012 ~
~ Las Caletas, Mexico ~
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