I'm most nervous about crying. I really
don't want to cry. I don't care if people expect it. I will be so embarrassed and angry at myself if I cry. I'm not someone who cries easily, but there have been a few occasions in recent years where certain things (movies, songs, etc) will suddenly set me off even if they never have before.. I'm dreading that moment where if a bride starts crying you hear people quietly go "Aw!" Yuck yuck yuck! I don't want that at all! LOL.
Last night I was looking at the ceremony booklet our celebrant emailed us with the options for different parts of the ceremony. None of the sappy emotional stuff affected me, but when I got to the compulsory legal jargon, I choked up! This is the exact phrase that did it to me: "I, (celebrant), am duly authorised to solemnise your marriage according to the law of Australia." <---- Yes, I'm weird. I think because it just sounds so.. well, official.
The other thing that could make me cry is my music. I'm having a classical trio play China Roses by Enya for my processional, so if their version (which I will not get to hear beforehand) is as beautiful as I imagine it will be.. look out, tear ducts. *sigh*