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A less invasive, but more expensive version of a frontal lobotomy. Experienced by most brides, as they enter a catatonic state which renders them incapable of sustaining any thought or conversation that does not involve cake, caterers, flowers, wedding dress designers, Chinese wedding dress knockoff designers, updo's, hair pieces, color schemes, wedding themes, and personalized M&M's.
Bride Brain symptoms include, but are not limited to, driving erratically because they can't stop staring at their shiny diamond ring; being amused by the resentment of all their single girlfriends, rewinding songs several hundred times while imagining themselves walking down the aisle, and starvation induced bitchiness which is generally followed by late night binging at a Dairy Queen. (Note that this can only occur outside of the bride's native geographic area, where they can't possibly run into anyone they know).

Symptoms are ordinarily well controlled with valium, alcohol and endless hours of watching youtube "first dance" videos.
by bluemoonbride January 26, 2010
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The inability to remember literally anything in the last few weeks leading up to the wedding. The Bride's brain feels like it was actually removed from her head, and fried (scrambled egg style). She starts speaking nonsense ideas and repeats herself multiple times since she can't remember who she told what to. Symptoms include but are not limited to: bad wedding dreams, waking up at ridiculous hours of the night and not being able to fall back asleep, forgetting to eat, rambling on about nothing, uncontrollable laughter at random things.

Mother of the Bride Brain can also occur in a similar way. If both the Mother of the Bride and the Bride get this, LOOK OUT.
I'm afraid Kelsey has Bride Brain. She told me 6 times in a two hour span that she still needs to start packing for her honeymoon. I'm also worried about her mom, DiAnn, she laughs hysterically at almost everything.
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by Kelk July 09, 2017
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