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▷ 🥇 Thoughts that every groom has on his wedding day

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We wanted to know what kind of concerns the bride and groom have on their wedding day. So we decided to ask the sources!

Here are some of our favorite bride and groom thoughts days.

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“It was the best and most exciting day of my life, and I couldn’t imagine going through it with anyone else in the world.” – Tim married Kristen on September 19 in Ontario, Canada.

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“Wow, I can’t believe this is happening. Today, I will marry my best friend, the love of my life, the girl of my dreams ”.

Photo: Jenifer Rutherford Photography

“I can’t believe the day I’ve dreamed of her since we were freshman in college is finally here!” – Sterling married Caitlin on May 31 in Red Bank, NJ.

Photo: Jenifer Rutherford Photography

“I am so excited to finally see how beautiful she will look in her wedding dress. (By the way, she looked impressive, definitely not disappointed! ”

“He better not cry because that will make him cry much more than he is going to cry already.”

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“This is my first performance in front of someone, and am I doing it in front of all our friends and family? I must be the dumbest person in the world. What did I get myself into? “

“Oh my God, I hope I don’t forget the lyrics to the song.”

Photo: Rhinehart Photography

“I’m so happy that I don’t have to tie this bow tie myself.” – Kyle married Kaylan on November 22 in Washington, DC.

Photo: Tara Peddicord Photography

“My biggest thought was to make sure I kept my composure when I saw her walk down the hall for the first time. We had purposely avoided a first glance to preserve that moment, and I was afraid that my excitement would lead me to get excited in front of everyone we knew. Fortunately, I held it together and will always remember it as one of the best moments of my life. ” – Joey married Catherine on October 4 in Stevensville, Maryland.

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“My second biggest thought was hoping the weather would cooperate at the time of the wedding. The night before there was a torrential downpour, to the point that our premises were flooded the morning of the wedding. However, the weather gods conspired to bring out the sun a couple of hours before we started, which dried everything up and led to a perfect ceremony. Future boyfriends: don’t worry about the weather; you can’t control it, so don’t waste your energy on it. ”

Photo: Tara Peddicord Photography

“Lastly, I really expected Virginia Tech to beat UNC in the football game that afternoon! Not only are we Hokies, but the vast majority of our guests are Hokies too, and a victory that day would certainly be great for positive energy (and a great sign for our marriage too!).

Photo: Jana Marie Photography

“For a moment, he was convinced that he had ruined everything. At that time he had a fairly large beard. I had thought about shaving it for the wedding, but Amanda begged me to keep it. I decided to cut it out, which I did an hour before the ceremony. When I was doing this, the protector on my undercut slipped, and I ended up taking off about 90 percent of the length of a large area on my chin. I ended up having to match everything up to that point. I was convenience, it looked awful, and I was scared that Amanda would get mad. Of course, in the end, it wasn’t a big deal. ” – Marshall married Amanda on November 1 in Kansas City, Missouri

Photo: Krista A. Jones Photography

“How many photos do we have to take?”

“Is it really not going to rain?

“This is real?” – Brian married Caitlin on September 20 in Cambridge, Maryland.

Photo: Krista A. Jones Photography

“Why did we choose a 5 minute dance song? I don’t know how to dance. “

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