We're still waiting for our pictures (got married in January). However, a) they were taken for free by one of DH's best friends, b) BF's wife had a their 4th child about a month after our wedding and c) BF was already over-the-top busy to begin with. Yes, we'd like to see them, but we know he'll get them to us eventually.
That aside, I recently discovered that there are multiple pictures posted online openly from our wedding. I look terrible in them. They weren't posted out of unkindness though; our guest was just blogging about having attended our wedding. Do I wish they were gone? Yeah, I do. I didn't look great to begin with (being really overweight kinda does that) so I made do the best I could without spending (what I consider) ridiculous amounts of money that I wasn't willing to spend when I already knew there wasn't that much I could do to make myself look better in time for our wedding (if I were in much better shape, I might've been inclined to spend more money on my appearance but it really wasn't in our budget). I'm not going to worry about the pictures, thought, because I know DH thinks I look beautiful (love that guy!) and, I know, would be hurt and dismayed to know I think I look terrible and that I'd rather pictures of me weren't anywhere. I'm happy the event is done and, someday, hopefully, I'll lose the weight and have fabulous pictures taken of me. And, anyway, I haven't liked most pictures of me since I was 18-19 years old when I weighed about half what I do now so, whatever, you know? Meanwhile, I do enjoy the pictures where I like the way I look and use those when I need pictures of myself.
There was a wedding idea I read about a few years ago. It was posted on this forum by someone who was complaining that the poster's family didn't understand the poster's wedding idea and were all against it. I'm not going to provide any details since I don't know if the poster is still around, but it was an incredibly bad and dangerous idea (the kind of dangerous where I'm pretty sure everyone in the vicinity of this idea taking place would've run for cover in order to not be in harm's way). I don't know what others in the forum thought about the idea (I don't recall anyone commenting actually), but I remember thinking what an incredibly horribly bad idea it was (it wasn't from a magazine; it was an idea the poster had that, actually, had nothing to do with weddings whatsoever and was just something the poster wanted to include as part of the wedding ceremony).