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#11 *JillD*

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    Posted 20 August 2007 - 06:17 PM

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    Me too! What songs are you girls using for that? I've always loved the Father Daughter song by Paul Simon and it's even kind of fast so I thought that would help but it doesn't I still bawl when I hear it.

    we're using, Tim McGraws "My Little Girl" I had 3 or 4 songs that I liked and had a hard time deciding, but I just really LOVE this song and thought it would be perfect!

    #12 CourtneyV

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      Posted 20 August 2007 - 06:18 PM

      Oh ya, I cry too - and I KNOW I'll cry during like the entire ceremony. Just embrace the fact that you're emotional and go prepared. I think if you try to hold it back, it makes it worse, plus - you'll be so concerned about not crying, you won't be enjoying your wedding! Waterproof mascara, a BM with touch-up makeup and lots of kleenix and you'll get through it just fine!
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      #13 CaboDate

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        Posted 20 August 2007 - 06:44 PM

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        Oh ya, I cry too - and I KNOW I'll cry during like the entire ceremony. Just embrace the fact that you're emotional and go prepared. I think if you try to hold it back, it makes it worse, plus - you'll be so concerned about not crying, you won't be enjoying your wedding! Waterproof mascara, a BM with touch-up makeup and lots of kleenix and you'll get through it just fine!
        Good point.. I figure with everything going on.. I may not cry as much as I fear I will..
        Borrowing one of my dad's hankies too.. It serves as my "borrowed" item for the big day!
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        #14 diana2008

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          Posted 20 August 2007 - 08:23 PM

          At a wedding I was in last year, the bride had the first couple bridesmaids in the line next to her hold a tissue in their hand - we just sort of wrapped it around the part of our bouquet that we were holding so you couldn't see it - and when she needed one during the ceremony, it was easy to just pass it right over to her without a lot of commotion.

          I've been getting really emotional about things lately, too, but you just have to go with it! I thought I would cry at my graduations over the years, but I held it together at those, so you never know.
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          #15 CaboDate

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            Posted 20 August 2007 - 10:53 PM

            I was already a crier at weddings.. My own.. is going to be waterworks I'm sure.. Unless nerves kick in and I'm focused on nerves..
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            #16 MsShelley

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              Posted 24 August 2007 - 08:07 AM

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              Me too! What songs are you girls using for that? I've always loved the Father Daughter song by Paul Simon and it's even kind of fast so I thought that would help but it doesn't I still bawl when I hear it.
              I am using "I Loved Her First" by Heartland

              #17 TammyB

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                Posted 24 August 2007 - 08:19 AM

                I don't normally cry but before the wedding I had to fight it many times. During our ceremony their were a couple moments that I wanted to cry and I held it back.. I look back at my pictures now and I can see it in my face.. lol

                #18 NYJen

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                  Posted 24 August 2007 - 09:59 AM

                  Maybe if you try to think about it in a business sense - you know, like you're "closing the deal." Not sure if that will work.

                  Luckily for me, I'm hard-of-hearing. I plan to shut off my hearing aids so I don't hear anything. Plus, I don't plan on looking at my mother at all. She'll be bawling the whole time - one look at her and it's all over.

                  #19 CaboDate

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                    Posted 24 August 2007 - 06:27 PM

                    It's funny at my sister's wedding a few years ago. The minister actually started crying. And this is not like it was someone we knew from childhood.. he had just met them a few months before. Sweet I guess.. but it made me, and my sister, chuckle.
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                    #20 dragonfly

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                      Posted 24 August 2007 - 10:35 PM

                      I cry at everything, so I thought I was going to cry. I was feeling the tears coming as I was walking down the isle, but once I reached Everton all I did was smile, and laugh, everything just felt so right.. You can't predict what you are going to do, that is the wonderful thing about emotions...




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