“I think that I’ve decided that when we get married, I might not even do bridesmaids,” Stassi says.
“I’m fine with that,” Beau says.
“Therefore, no one has to come to the rehearsal,” Stassi explains. “It could just be you, me, and that’s it. Maybe we’d have one. A maid of honor, or a best man. But I don’t know how I would pick between my best friends.”
“Yeah, same, so let’s just not have any,” Beau says.
“And you know what? I think we might be a little too old,” Stassi says. “Well, you are definitely probably a little too old for groomsmen.”
“I’m 39, and look, I told my true age,” Beau says.
“Ancient,” Stassi says. “Ancient AF.”
“You’re 31,” Beau responds.
“I know,” Stassi says, “I feel like I’m getting too old for bridesmaids right now.”
Very old school and traditional.
“I stayed with Brittany, and Jax stayed with Tom, because she does not want to see Jax at all until she’s walking down the isle,” Katie explains.
“Very old school and traditional,” Stassi says.
“I appreciate that,” Katie says. “I wanted us to have the first look before the ceremony, and then I wanted to get all the pictures out of the way before the ceremony, so that way, once you kiss and say, ‘I do,’ you’re ready to party. I didn’t want anything in between. But Brittany wants to keep it old school and not see him and do pictures during cocktail hour, and then have the reception. It’s whatever you want for your own wedding, honestly. But she woke up today in really good spirits and was really happy and really excited.”
“I can’t believe it’s here.”
“Brittany! I’m doing a wedding podcast right now and I want to get your thoughts,” Stassi calls to the bride. “How are you feeling!?”
“I am so excited,” Brittany says. “My voice is like gone — I’m so worried about that because I do not want to mess up my words and my vows.”
“You are so frickin’ happy,” Stassi says.
“I am so happy,” Brittany says. “I’m ready to start getting ready. I can’t believe it’s here.”