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OK, so I was supposed to get married October 31. I love Halloween and wanted to be married on my favorite holiday. We were just going to go to Vegas or courthouse any way. I've already been married and my SO doesn't care one way or another. With my due date November 14th, I will be huge. I will be so embarrassed getting married that HUGE in court. Should I push up my wedding or keep my original date? Thoughts? Advice?
Last edited by Derby Girl; June 5th, 2012 at 10:07 AM.
I think you should do it when your most comfortable.. If you have your heart set on 10/31 then do it... Are you going to have to travel to Vegas? If so are you going to be able to travel that late in the game?
You never know when baby will be here. You could plan for Oct 31st, but your baby may come early and you never know how you will be feeling. I like the idea of courthouse now and vow renewal in Vegas on Oct 31st!
Thank you Vicki... for my siggy!!
Wait until after the baby! You will have a lot more fun and actually enjoy yourself if you have a honeymoon (even if it is just a night somewhere romantic together). My DH and I waited until our DD was 18 months before we got married. We knew we loved each other and would get married when we were ready so it was fine. Baby still had his name on the birth certificate and only your maiden name will appear anyway.
We didn't have a big wedding either, we had a "weddingmoon". We had a preacher come out to a beautiful cabin we rented in Gatlinburg. We wore a wedding dress/tux and had a photographer, we lit a unity candle and exchanged vows. Then we had the cabin to ourselves the rest of the weekend. It was nice and low key and we didn't go broke. Exactly what we wanted.
__________________ Michelle, Wife to Sean & Mommy to three sweet girls and one little boy!