I was reading Necole Bitchie’s blog and she had a post about Eva and Lance getting engaged and it tells how he proposed and how happy she was and blah, blah, blah. I am sooo not that girl. Sure, I would like to get married one day, but I don’t dream of the day. As of a matter of fact, when I set my life goals I never factored in relationships, a husband, and surely not kids. I am just not that girl, I don’t even like to talk about it. I just do not dream of the picket fence, dog, kids running in the backyard, and the perfect husband.
First of all, I think that it is unrealistic. No one is perfect relationships are work and life doesn’t always work out as you planned it. I mean you have picked your wedding ring, picked your dress, cake and planned the wedding before you even have a boyfriend or fiancée. Get a life! Is that is what life’s about is that all I should strive for, should that really be the happiest day in my life and why? I was thinking more of receiving a reward for doing something that helped mankind or finding my true purpose in life. Not some big, fancy wedding.
More so, I think weddings are a waste of money and time. Why do you need a ceremony to prove that you are in love? Save the money and use it for your new mortgage or something else like the honeymoon. I will be honest, every wedding I have been to I only came to eat your food, seriously. The groom’s cake is the highlight of my day.
Don’t misunderstand me; I am glad that you have found the one person that you feel that can understand you and completes you. I am happy for you, but those extravagant huge weddings are highly unnecessary and are equivalent to me as a rapper buying a huge diamond chain, just to floss. I think people should focus more on their relationship and less on the ceremony and glamour. Focus on your vows and what they mean. Maybe then, the divorce rate wouldn’t be so high.
I just prefer the simple things. I would take the love over the wedding any day. I would prefer not to have my cake and eat it in this case.