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#1 Sariele

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Posted 10 May 2012 - 12:52 PM

Well after years of wistfully reading everyone else’s wedding stories, I finally get to tell mine. smile.gif I must warn you that it is incredibly long, but I enjoy writing once I get started, so I find I just can’t stop sometimes! I will post it in several parts, and try and add a couple of photos at the end. I don’t have my professional pics yet though, sorry.

There’s just one thing I have to say; although it was a very important day, and everything went beautifully, in terms of actual enjoyment there is absolutely NO WAY that my wedding day was the best day of my life! It drives me nuts that people lead you to think that that is how you will feel, but then it doesn’t necessarily turn out to be true, which is disappointing. I guess it depends on what kind of person you are and what enjoy, but I’ve had a hell of a lot more enjoyment doing much more banal things in the past. I will forever be cynical now when people say that their wedding was the best day ever, even if it may be true for them. Anyway, I just had to get that off my chest. I also hope I’m not alone in feeling this way...

Now, on with it!

The day before:

I woke up bright and early to my DF complaining of a sore throat. Just fantastic. I told him he wasn’t allowed to get sick, and saw him off to work for his last day before holidays. Then I had to drive 45 mins each way to drop my two furbabies off at the cattery for the next 24 nights. When I finally got home, I had a massively crazy morning not only ensuring I’d finished packing for the honeymoon and had everything ready to take to the hotel later on (wedding survival kit, BM gowns, all the table centrepieces, bonbonniere, etc.), but also giving the house an incredibly intensive clean, as we had just put it on the market that week and we were having our first home open the day after the wedding! Great timing, hey? Anyway, I’d told my mum to tell my dad (who was transporting me and everything else to the hotel) to come and pick me up at around 1pm, since check-in wasn’t until 2pm, but she must have forgotten, cause he arrived around midday while I was still madly cleaning. He very patiently waited for me to finish up, then we loaded the car up with all the stuff and drove into the city.

My mum was also on her way into the city, along with my aunty and my nanna who flew over from NSW for the wedding, as she was transporting my wedding dress. Dad and I parked the car and checked into the hotel room, then went back to the nearby underground car park to wait for my mum. We eventually found each other, then spent the next hour or two meeting up with my functions manager and giving her all the decorations and stuff for the tables, having a quick look at the room which was already being set up, and then working out how to hang my dress and the BMs’ dresses so that they would be crease free and I could spread my train out. We managed in the end, due to a fortunately located doorframe and some creative coat hanger physics. wink.gif Dad went to get us coffees and we sat in the room chatting until it was time to go downstairs for the rehearsal.

The BMs and DF were all quite prompt arriving (DF walked there from work), and my celebrant was already there. I found out that one of my junior BMs was coming down with a cold too, poor thing. I just knew that we wouldn’t get through this wedding without at least one person getting sick! Anyway, DF and I signed the last of the paperwork, and then we went to go and rehearse on the semi-outdoor terrace where the ceremony was to be held, only to discover that it was full of city workers from some resources company who were having a drinks-and-nibbles function. Argh! I’d confirmed with the hotel that we’d be having a rehearsal at that time, so I was a little annoyed that they had neglected to warn us the space may be taken. But we were all in pretty good spirits, so we just laughed it off, had a quick look at the space, then rehearsed inside the functions area instead. We ran through what we had to do a couple of times, but were rushed as the people outside were starting to come inside for some presentation. My junior BMs walked beautifully, but I had a feeling my adult BMs were inclined to rush down the aisle (which one of them did end up doing on the day!). My photographer/uncle/Dad to the junior BMs was also there getting an idea of things for the photography, which was nice.

When we finished up, we all went our separate ways. One of my BMs was staying with me at the hotel that night, so she, DF and I went into the pancake restaurant in the city for a light dinner of savoury crepes, as I had a voucher for that place I got a year ago and it expired that day, lol. Then I kissed DF goodbye and told him to drug himself up with cold & flu caps (he’d got a bit worse during the day) and get some sleep. It was weird knowing the next time I saw him would be when I was walking down the aisle. BM and I went shopping in town for her sister’s birthday present (my other BM), and got ourselves each one of those mini bottles of sparkling. Then we went back to the hotel room, ordered fries and aioli from room service, and watched The Wedding Planner on her laptop. It’s a movie we used to watch together heaps, so it was a kind of nostalgic thing for us. We then went to sleep, and surprisingly I didn’t have any trouble dropping off, as I am very prone to insomnia.


The Wedding Day:

I may not have had any trouble falling asleep, but when I woke up five hours later to go to the loo, do you think I could sleep after that?? I wasn’t even excited or anything at that stage, just tired and irritated. So I lay there in the dark listening to my iPod until my BM woke and it was time to get up.

Then the jitters hit.

I had been the calmest, most easy-going bride up until this point, and then there I was, sitting on the edge of the bed taking deep breaths and willing myself not to throw up! I don’t even know what I was nervous about, I definitely wasn’t worried about anything going wrong, or being the centre of attention or anything like that! So annoying. We had ordered room service breakfast, and I tried my best to eat something as I knew I badly needed the energy. But all I managed was about four spoonfuls of cereal, a quarter of an English muffin, and half a cup of tea before I gave up. Eventually I calmed down enough so I could actually stand up and have a shower. I used heaps of my Vera Wang Princess shower gel, which smelled divine, then when I got out I moisturised my arms and legs with the matching lotion and put on my “getting ready” ensemble that DF had bought for me; ivory satin PJ pants and chemise with a satin gown over the top. smile.gif

The hairdresser was the first person to arrive at around 9:30. I still felt awfully jittery, so I put on my iPod and speakers and played the special “wedding prep” playlist that I’d put together a couple of days before (which I actually got a few good comments about from people in the room during the day!). She started putting my hair up in rollers, and I calmed down some, but my jitters pretty much disappeared as the rest of the bridal party, my mum, and the make-up artist arrived. For the first time I relaxed, as everyone was there, and even though my junior BM was suffering from a blocked and runny nose everyone was well and in one piece. And I’d had a couple of texts from DF too, so I knew that he was feeling well enough to get out of bed at least, lol. Mum told me that apparently my brother was sick with a cold too! Ugh. Germs everywhere. Our flowers arrived quite early in the day, and they were magnificent. In the bag with the buttonholes there was also a paper bag filled with different coloured rose petals, which I wasn’t expecting, so I asked mum to take them down to the functions manager and ask if they could be sprinkled on the cake table or something. When she came back, she showed me a photo on her phone of the room almost completely set up, only without chairs as they were outside for the ceremony. It looked simple but great! She also had a rather blurry photo of the cake that had just arrived, and that was lovely too.

By this time I was sitting around watching everyone else get ready, and I was feeling pretty good and very calm, which was a relief. Mum went out at midday to get a couple of sandwich platters that I’d pre-ordered, and those of us who weren’t in a hair or make-up chair munched on them and sipped champagne that my aunty had brought over from her hotel room two doors down.

After waiting quite a while after my hair was finished, it was time for my make-up. It went on so much better than my trial, and my hair was twenty times better than my trial too, so when I finally looked in the mirror at the whole package, even I thought I looked beautiful. smile.gif Eventually it was time for me to get dressed, so Mum and my BM helped me step into my hoop and gown, then spent the next fifteen minutes (or so it felt) working as a team on my lace-up back. Once we struggled to get my shoes on and done up, the girls had to get dressed, so I sprayed on my Princess perfume, put on my earrings, then stood on the far side of the hotel room so I was out of their way with my big freaking dress. My uncle took the opportunity to take some solo pics of me near the window, then as the others finished dressing he snapped a couple of pics of me with my BMs, and one with Mum. My brother came up to get the ceremony booklet our celebrant had given us the day before, as it had some blank signing pages in the back that we were using for a signing book. He took that downstairs, then my Dad came up to say that some of my guests had only just arrived and one of them wasn’t even dressed yet, so we could hold off for quite a bit longer before heading down. We were all ready though, so we pretty much milled around waiting by the lifts for when it was time. I actually got a moment to stand my myself for a while and take in everything while the others were still faffing around in the room. It was nice to have a couple of minutes of quiet reflection.
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#2 Sariele

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Posted 10 May 2012 - 01:12 PM

Me and my two adult BMs, all pretty-fied. smile.gif

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ETA: I didn't want to smile before the ceremony as I'm prone to getting awfully obvious smile creases! So I was holding back here. wink.gif
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#3 Sariele

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Posted 10 May 2012 - 01:25 PM

The Ceremony:

Just past the hour, we piled into a couple of lifts and went down to the first floor reception area. The functions manager was waiting for us, along with my celebrant. She checked I was ready and she headed out to tell the classical trio to play Canon, which was our “we’re about ready to start” music. My brother escorted Mum down the aisle to her seat, then we started arranging ourselves into order, and one BM spread out my train for me. I heard the celebrant say “please rise”, and then for some reason the trio started playing the wrong piece of music, I think it was Canon again. I was listening hard trying to pick out the first walking cue. But then they very professionally finished off after a few bars and started playing my actual processional music. However, the version they played was missing a whole section from the actual recorded song that I’d worked out each girl’s cue to, so I ended up just sort of sending them off at random intervals! I still walked to the section I’d always imagined though, so that was the main thing.

As I walked up the aisle with Dad, I was doing a stupid goofy double-grin; I was smiling cause I was happy, but then smiling even more because I knew I needed to smile, IYKWIM! The main thing I can remember was having all these cameras and phones pointed at me, and trying really hard not to say “Hi” to people I hadn’t seen in ages as I walked past, lol. Then I saw DF for the first time, and I couldn’t tell what he was thinking. He looked happy to see me but wasn’t really smiling, such is his way sometimes. But later on (sometime in the next day or so) he told me that he actually felt his stomach drop as he saw me, because I looked so beautiful. wub.gif The ceremony went absolutely perfectly, but all I can really remember was trying to get DF to smile, which I think I only managed once, lol. Then a groomsman tried to wander off while we were about to sign the registry thinking we were finished, and at that same point my celebrant insisted I switch my engagement ring to the left hand before I started signing, but my hands were so sweaty and my fingers swollen from increased blood flow, it was a massive struggle and took ages, which made the front row laugh. My celebrant made me feel better though by saying that she once waited about five minutes for a bride to do the same thing, lol.

So we signed everything, and were announced as Mr and Mrs, then when we reached the end of the aisle to the strains of “All You Need Is Love” from the classical trio, we heard the first champagne cork popping from the bar nearby. smile.gif Everyone came up to congratulate us, and DH thought it was really funny that everyone was raving about how great I looked and everything, and pretty much ignoring him! In our guests defence not many of them really knew him though, so it was to be expected. I was surprised and pleased that two of my old ballet teachers from when I was a little girl had come along to see the ceremony, so lovely. After the greetings and once everyone was happily drinking and chatting, my uncle took a whole group photo from the top of a ladder (he must have asked maintenance for it!), then snapped a few family pics before the bridal party headed next door to the foyers of His Majesty’s Theatre for formal photos. When we came out an hour later, there was another bridal party having photos taken in the street, and we were joking we should “team up” with them.

We headed upstairs to the Spa Suite room where DH and his two GMs had been hanging out in the afternoon, and where we would be spending the next two nights as part of our wedding package. There were yummy canapés and an ice bowl filled with drinks waiting for us, but all anyone wanted to drink was water as we were all dehydrated! So I put the bottle of sparkling that was there in the bar fridge, with the intention of taking it home with me (it’s still sitting in our fridge at home now, I’m thinking of taking it to my parents’ place on Mother’s Day). We were only up there for a fairly short time before the functions manager summoned us back downstairs for the reception.

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#4 Sariele

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Posted 10 May 2012 - 01:47 PM

The Reception:

Our MC (my BM’s hubby) announced us into the reception to the Imperial March from Star Wars, as we’d planned. It was a bit squishy getting through behind the bridal table as it was quite long and very close to the wall! Once we were sitting down, I was horrified to realise that the awful jitters I’d had all morning had come back again. I don’t even know why; it was the reception, party time, time to have fun, and yet here I was feeling nervous and sick again. Not only that, but I was so incredibly tired from not getting enough sleep that all I wanted to do was go back upstairs, take off my dress and crash on the bed. People were coming up to the table to snap photos of me and DH, and I was desperately trying to hide my yawning! The best man, DH’s brother, was sitting next to me, and he wasn’t helping matters with my nerves, because for some reason he was incredibly nervous about his speech and was feeling sick too. And then once we’d got our buffet dinner and were sitting back down, my BM told me she’d just gone to throw up because she’d been feeling sick from hunger or something, but she was fine now. Lol, terrific. I had filled up my plate, but I couldn’t eat a thing... I think I managed about four bites of food, which was sooo disappointing, as it looked so yummy and afterwards a lot of people raved to my parents about how good the food was. I had a glass of white too, which my mum told me a lot of people also commented was nice, but I can’t remember it and probably only had a few sips of it in total.

After dinner we had speeches: Dad, FIL, DH and the best man. They were all excellent, and I don’t know why DH’s bro was so nervous, he was great! A few minutes after speeches were finished, the MC called up DH and I to cut the cake, which I found really awkward, as you make this whole ceremonial thing over doing something that takes about three seconds! We had the theme music from Game of Thrones playing during this, which our MC commented was pretty much the geekiest thing we could have picked, hehe. We went straight into our bridal dance, which was to Earth Angel from Back to the Future, and it went really well, until the end where DH was meant to spin me into a dip, but he stepped towards the audience instead of to the side, so it stuffed up the whole step and we didn’t finish very well at all. No one cared, of course, but it’s going to be one of those things that will irritate me forever I think, lol. I can’t help it, I’m an ex-dancer and a perfectionist. wink.gif

The band began their first set after that, and dessert was served. I still didn’t want to eat, but eventually I forced myself to have a small spoonful of apple crumble just so I could say I had something. I told my old best friend from high school who was there about my stupid jitters, and she told me it was perfectly normal.. in fact she mentioned that when she was BM for a friend a couple of years ago, she actually had to take the bride outside halfway through the reception so she could spew. I was glad it didn’t get quite that bad for me!

For the rest of the night there was a little bit of dancing and lots of chatter at the tables. I just kind of randomly wandered around, talking to a couple of people and stepping outside every now and then for some fresh air. Between band sets I got up on the dance floor to do a little speech, present my mum with my bouquet, and do the garter toss with everyone who wanted to participate on the floor (traditionally it’s not just for guys, you know!). My throw was an epic fail though, as I was too cautious about getting it stuck on this glass panel thing that was suspended from the ceiling, so after making everyone get up on the floor, it ended up just going straight to the chest of the person standing directly behind me! I was very embarrassed, but fittingly the person in question was the best man’s ex-wife who is responsible for getting DH and I together in the first place, so that was kind of nice. After that I announced that the band was going to play a song I’d requested as a dedication to my dad, so I got him on the floor with me while they played “Here Comes the Sun”, his favourite Beatles song. We sang along and he spun me a few times and we chatted about how well everything had gone. DH danced with my mum by force, i.e. she literally just grabbed him and didn’t give him a choice! He doesn’t dance but he humoured her just this once, lol.

The night wore on and a few people left, so I asked the MC if he could announce the goodbye circle a bit earlier than we’d planned. We got everyone on the floor to “Life’s a Happy Song” from the new Muppets movie, followed by Monty Python’s “Galaxy Song” as we went around hugging and kissing and thanking and so on. DH and I hadn’t discussed whether we were actually leaving or not though, as it was only around 10:30-ish, but once we completed the circle and were standing in the middle, leaving felt like the right thing to do, so we kind of shrugged, held hands, and waved as the circle parted for us. We walked to the lifts where the functions manager and a couple of staff were seeing us off and had summoned a lift for us. We stepped in, turned around and waved to everyone again as the doors closed and we headed up to the spa suite.

Once we got upstairs, we found that someone (which yesterday we confirmed was the GM’s fiancé) had used some of the rose petals to make a love heart on the bed, then sprinkled a trail of them on the floor leading into the bathroom. She’d also written “Congratulations” on the large piece of hotel stationery paper that was on the desk. So sweet! We got the best man to come to the room and collect the suits, then DH helped extract me from my gown, and we sat on the couch chatting for ages about our day. The hotel staff had brought the gifts up to our room, so we opened them, plus all the cards we’d received. DH had also got the functions manager to box up some dessert for me in case I felt like it later, but unfortunately I still didn’t, so it went uneaten. sad.gif We ran ourselves a spa bath and relaxed in there for a while, talking some more, then eventually retired. The next day we took all our wedding stuff home, I checked that the house was ready for the home open, and we took our suitcases back to the hotel, as we had to head to the airport at 3am the next morning. We had lunch at the hotel with MIL and FIL who were staying at another nearby hotel, then spent the afternoon and evening relaxing and napping in our room. At one stage in the evening when DH was in the bathroom, I sat by the window and shed a couple of tears of mourning for the wedding being over. But all in all, I think I’m actually pleased that it’s done and that I don’t have to think about it anymore. I’m so ready for the next stage of my life to begin!


Okay, some pics.. These are just random ones snapped by guests at the ceremony. I don't have any others right now, but may add a few more once I do. smile.gif

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Proud Dad
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My beautiful BMs, with my Mum's head in the way rolleyes.gif
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DH says his vows
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Me trying to get him to smile!
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Happy bride
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Newlyweds!
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Posted 10 May 2012 - 02:12 PM

Lovely story Sariele, it sounds like a wonderful day congratulations wub.gif Loving the dress too you look gorgeous. I can't wait to see the professional pics (hopefully) but then again I'm sure you feel exactly the same.
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Posted 10 May 2012 - 02:20 PM

Congratulations Sariele!

I love a detailed wedding story! smile.gif

You are not alone with the nerves at your reception, I remember feeling exactly the same at mine.
It was awful, I felt sick with nerves, and could barely manage more than a couple of mouthfuls of food.
As soon as I had made my speech I felt fine, ate all of my dessert and then danced the rest of the night. Silly nerves!

You were a beautiful bride, I love your hair and veil especially smile.gif

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Posted 10 May 2012 - 02:36 PM

Lovely story wub.gif I'm so pleased for you, and you did look gorgeous!

I totally agree that my wedding day was lovely and all but nowhere near the best day of my life! I also have never understood that when other people have said that it was the happiest day of their life. Plenty of happy days before and after for me!!

Please do come back and share your pro pics. I'm sure they are stunning smile.gif
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Posted 10 May 2012 - 03:14 PM

Just beautiful!

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Posted 10 May 2012 - 03:34 PM

Congratulations, you looked so beautiful and happy!

QUOTE(Sariele @ May 10 2012, 12:52 PM) View Post

... although it was a very important day, and everything went beautifully, in terms of actual enjoyment there is absolutely NO WAY that my wedding day was the best day of my life! It drives me nuts that people lead you to think that that is how you will feel, but then it doesn’t necessarily turn out to be true, which is disappointing.


Yes, I had completely unrealistic expectations that unfortunately came crashing down on the day.

Can't wait to see your professional pics when you get them!

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Posted 10 May 2012 - 04:34 PM

Yay! Congratulations!

It sounds like an amazing day and you look so happy! smile.gif

I love your dress and your beautiful bright flowers..... it's lovely to see how proud your dad looks!

Can't wait to see the professionsal pics!
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Posted 10 May 2012 - 06:16 PM

Congratulations! You looked gorgeous, and I love your flowers!

I know what you mean about it not being the best day of your life. Mine was lovely, but not the best ever. I didn't have high expectations though (I can be a cynic sometimes!), so I wasn't disappointed.
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Posted 10 May 2012 - 09:13 PM

Congratulations on your special day!
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Posted 11 May 2012 - 08:12 AM

Awwww... wub.gif I'm so excited for you! You looked just amazing. It's also lovely to see the face behind the name after all these years. You make a really handsome couple. smile.gif

Congratulations!

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Posted 11 May 2012 - 09:11 AM

Awww congratulations Sariele!!

You look just beautiful!!! It sounds like a lovely day!

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Posted 11 May 2012 - 10:17 AM

Congratulations! Sounds like you had a wonderful day! you looked beautiful!


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