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my wedding

This is in two parts:
1. My mom, Aunt, and myself are preparing for my wedding (I am currently single and have never been married) when we go to get it we discover that it is ruined (the dress is actually my old prom dress) so after a search for an alternative someone asks my mom if she still has her dress and she does and that is what I wear to the wedding at which I am just in time.
2. The wedding itself is very happy, my “husband” is someone I don’t know in real life, but we are happy. After the service I wander around still in the dress. Most of the people there are friends from high school that I haven’t seen in years. The reception is in another building, which I never get to but there are picnic tables where guests are eating on the way there. I meet up with a male co-worker/friend who asks me where my husband is and I go to look for him. I find him talking to a friend of my mom’s whom he also knows. My husband and I are very cuddly during this interaction (which is kind of weird for me in real life) and that’s where it ends.

Posted 3 years ago

Interpretations (1)

Interpretation #1

The dream is urging you to believe that there is happiness waiting for you at the end of the day. The fact that there were problems with the dress and all does not by any means signify that you are not going to have a happy wedding. You didn’t really know your husband but you had a grand and a happy wedding infers that life has its own way of gifting some of the happiest moment. The dream has a very deep message as it says that you should receive happiness with open arms regardless of the forms in which it comes.

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Answered By: Annie(1678 points Unconsciousness Hero)

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