Here's the thing, I'm getting married in September and I am so excited for it because it's everything I want to have. It's quirky and I've managed to work my love for Marvel Superheroes - Deadpool to be specific - and yet still kind of classy if I do say so myself.
I managed to spend $10,000 in this whole thing, and managed to save some money by having a lot of the stuff I could have done in the Philippines (because I currently live overseas but will have the wedding in the USA - you guys it's so hard to plan a wedding happening in the US while you're all the way in ASIA - but I'm coping).
Anyway, almost every single time I talk to anyone about my wedding - almost all the expats and a lot of other people find it in themselves to tell me how expensive my wedding is and how inexpensive theirs was.
How they had theirs at a backyard or at a bar or just had a court wedding then a reception at their house. Which is perfectly fine - but every single time they tell me this, it is always followed by: "I don't know how people can spend so much on a one day event."
Dude. Like. I don't give a flying biscuit butt about how you didn't have a wedding and saved your money and traveled Asia instead. Good for you. But when I say, "I've dreamt about having this kind of wedding since I was a kid" and you say, "I'm not like other girls, I've never had a dream wedding." - You can gtfo.
Good for you that your friend offered to take pictures at your backyard wedding - but I don't want a shaky Jane to take pictures of my special day - that's why I hired a professional to do it.
Also, I probably wouldn't have been so upset about it but it's been like 15 times this past two weeks, and I have had it up to here with that kind of nonsense.