When I was in California, everyone wanted to know about the wedding, but there isn’t much to tell. We have neither a date nor a venue. I do have a dress, but I don’t want to show everyone before the day. My bff LKP and I spent a weekend going through bridal magazines, which led to going to bridal stores. I didn’t plan to start dress shopping yet and I definitely didn’t think I’d find the most gorgeous dress on my first try. I had all these ideas in my head about what I wanted in a dress and I ended up with the complete opposite. I’m surprised, excited, and relieved that it was so easy.
Behold: The Most FAQs.
Are you having a church wedding?
Come on, this must be a joke, right? No, of course we are not getting married in a church, nor will our officiant be religious. Our wedding is a celebration the new family B. and I are creating, and thusly will be one that honors our beliefs, or as the case may be, lack thereof.
Who is walking you down the aisle?
This question always surprises me. I’m not offended by it, but it’s not something I would ask someone else because I think it has the potential to be offensive or awkward. Anyway, no one is walking me down the aisle. Just please, I can walk myself down an aisle, thanks.
How many bridesmaids will you have?
Just a Maid of Honor and a bridesman. I asked my bff Scooter if he wanted to be called my Best Man or my bridesman, and he made a smart ass remark along the lines of, “Well, I’ll really have to think about that. How many opportunities will I have to be called a bridesman?” Well then, didn’t he just screw himself? Now I pretty much have to call him my bridesman. We have such a loving relationship, he and I.