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I was wearing a purple and black wedding dress that wasn’t appropriate for a wedding. I also forgot to order any flowers for the wedding and my friend had to find flowers in a garden somewhere that would serve as a bouquet. After a little while though the flowers were drooping and looked like they were weeks old

Posted 5 years ago
 
 
 
 

Interpretations (2)

Interpretation #1

Wearing a dark colored dress in a wedding means that, in the future, you will have a relationship with someone who is kind of a villain. Dark represents the sorrow of that person’s victims.
Thew fact that the flowers were drooping after a few weeks, means that when you first meet, you will love him, but later on you will discover how cold his heart is. You will be depressed because he was a liar in the first days you were together; now you see his true monstrous self.  

This dream is a warning not to get committed too fast. Do a background check of the guy first.  

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Answered By: fatefate( points Novice)
 
Interpretation #2

If you have a wedding coming up, it actually means that you are scared that things will not fall in place and thus the fear of such problems is the cause of the dream. However, if a wedding is not on the cards, this dream suggests that the time is not ripe for marriage and even if you fall in love, you should not rush with marriage because things do not look very hopeful. However, do not panic just because of the dream because it might just be due to fear and may not actually be symbolic of the events on the big day.

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Answered By: Annie(1678 points Unconsciousness Hero)
 
 

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