These Are The Real Reasons Brides Get Cold Feet On Their Wedding Days


It's relatively normal to get cold feet before your wedding.

Whether it's because you've been building up a bundle of stress during your planning process, or because you're starting to choke on the nerves when you think about spending the rest of your life with just one person, pre-wedding jitters can make you want to pack up your things and run away.

So, what should you do if you start to feel like you're about to walk down the aisle and say hello to a lifetime with a person you're suddenly feeling iffy about?

Who should you talk to if you wake up in the morning of your wedding and wish you were single?

Last week, we dove into this topic from the groom's point of view. This week, we bring you the brides.

In case you feel any of the above insecurities, take note of what these six brides did after they got cold feet on their wedding day, and how it turned out for them after they made their decisions:

1. I ran away for a little while.

— Jessica G., 28

2. I called the whole thing off.

— Royal K., 24

3. I told the groom.

— Cindie G., 29

4. I realized it was all nerves.

— Haley H., 26

5. I chatted with the Rabbi.

— Leslie V., 29

6. I went through with it. I had no choice.

— Veronica H., 26