How do you feel about big weddings?

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How do you feel about big weddings?

Cat E. Cat E.
How do you feel about big fancy weddings? Personally I think they're ridiculous and just so the bride can show off.
09/17/2012
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Sodom and Gomorrah Sodom and Gomorrah
I think if you have a small wedding people talk about not getting invited. If the couple decides to have a huge wedding and invite everyone then people talk that they are trying to show off. I say do whatever damn thing you please and forget about what people think because people will always have something negative to say no matter what you do.
09/17/2012
js250 js250
As long as it isn't MY wedding--I don't care either way. It is relative to the couple and what is meaningful to them.
09/17/2012
hjtee hjtee
I think it's a personal choice, and whatever the person chooses to do/have to make them happy, is their decision and shouldn't be critiqued by anyone. I had a very small wedding because it's what I wanted. Don't like the idea of someone's 'large' wedding, just don't go.
09/17/2012
Taylor Taylor
Quote:
Originally posted by js250
As long as it isn't MY wedding--I don't care either way. It is relative to the couple and what is meaningful to them.
This is pretty much how I feel. It is their wedding, so they get to pick.
09/17/2012
married with children married with children
dont care for them. waste of money
09/19/2012
gsfanatic gsfanatic
Big how? Lot of money can be silly, unless they have it to spend. My aunt did, and her wedding was a lot of fun. Having a lot of people can be good, as long as everyone is content with a simple meal after
09/19/2012
GONE! GONE!
I wouldn't want one. They seem a little silly and wasteful to me, though they can be beautiful and are probably fun for the couple.
09/20/2012
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