The bride slipped into her layers of white satin and lace. Her lifelong friend clasped the endless delicate buttons together. In all the meticulous unending details everything was all going so fast. Someone offered a stool for her to sit on as her sister secured the veil. Suddenly it was all so real. The wedding dress, the veil, her father waiting outside. It was her wedding day! In all the chaos things were falling into place. She was finally marrying her best friend!
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The snow became gentle, covering them in white glitter, and in that sweet moment they experienced the culmination of all of the hopes and dreams that they had ever dreamed together coming true.
They say love is blind. I disagree. Infatuation is blind, love is all-seeing and accepting.
It might have been a party of the ages when these two joined hands in matrimony.
It all started some time ago in the produce section of the grocery store with a pick up line so lame it made her laugh. They dated, they fell in love, he asked, she said yes, and then they began the royal planning of the great celebration.
The beam in her eyes and the tenderness on his face spoke everything that needs to be said about love and being committed for life.
The bridal party slipped out and hid in the shelter behind the ceremony as guests filed out to find their seats. Soft strains of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" was playing while majestic clouds created a dazzling backdrop to this perfect day. A few raindrops fell here and there as the processional began filling the air with its fresh Summer scent. It was magical.