For brides- and grooms-to-be, dreaming about your wedding day is pretty much inevitable, especially if you're stressed about it. What if the caterer doesn't show up? What if your mother-in-law wears white? What if you sleep through your alarm and sprint all the way to the wedding venue only to realize you're still wearing your pajamas and slippers? However, it's also possible to dream about your nuptials when they're not even in the near future. When you aren't engaged (or even dating someone), the meaning of wedding dreams is a little more complicated, and they have more significance than you may think.
"Some of the most pleasant dreams are about anticipating happy events, such as getting engaged or married," Dr. LeslieBeth Wish, nationally recognized psychotherapist and author of Training Your Love Intuition, tells Elite Daily. "But dreams can also be your brain's way of working out current issues or warning you about potential problems." Good dreams about weddings can simply be about finding the right person or having the perfect celebration. While those fantasies are worth investigating, it's those wedding nightmares you should pay attention to. If your left ring finger is bare but you hear wedding bells in your dreams, here's what that could mean.