“She had never said it was love. Neither had he. They were shy. They had been unsure. Now, there would be no time for love. It was in the moment of parting that she knew she loved him” (21).
The trees were in bloom. It was a year like so many others, with its spring, its engagements, its weddings, and its births.
“We were only eighteen when we wedded. She was the love of my life. I still remember our wedding day like it was just yesterday. She stood there at the end of the isle, looking gorgeous as always. Her gentle, ivory shoulders were exposed through the lace of her wedding dress and her luscious strawberry blonde hair fell in perfect ringlets around her pale, yet flawless face.”
In a match fraught with complications, reluctance, and danger, irresistible desire drew into undeniable love.
Following the ceremony, the guests enjoyed a reception at Ava’s Place filled with love and laughter while dancing the night away. The bride’s three-tiered cake was created by Wendy Burns Weeks, while the southern-inspired groom’s cake was made by Vicky Stanfield. Mollie Holland captured the bride’s vision throughout the entire floral design. The bride and groom would like to specifically thank their parents along with Pam Elrod, Stacy Hughes, Leah Renea Hunter, and Leah
When they arrived they were greeted with roses by the governor. The rain had finally stopped and it was supposed to be a beautiful day with blue skies. The nice weather
I floated back to where I left her, knowing that in my heart this was the moment of a lifetime. As I took her face in my hands and kissed her sweet cheeks and said, “Lizzy my sweet Lizzy, will you marry me”? She whispered as she said “yes I will marry you my dearest Montresor”. I swept my future bride off her
We decided to marry in New York, New York. Choosing the city of Brooklyn as our destination. As we loaded the car a few hours later we began our long journey to the city that never sleeps. We drove all night arriving on the Brooklyn bridge at 11:00 a.m. the excitement was evident on our faces seeing the looming buildings becoming larger than life around us. As we crossed the bridge I see the statue of liberty on my right. So large and beautiful as she held her torch welcoming us to New York. I felt the most amazing sense of pride seeing this gift from France in its symbolic stance. I am bouncing up and down in my seat saying “Baby can you believe it that is the Lady Liberty and she is gorgeous.” Kari being very shy and introverted exclaimed
I close my eyes and picture how much my life has changed in just a short week. It’s crazy to think that only a few days ago I married Adam. He is the perfect man, tall and fit, yet with a heart of gold. His bone structure was fine and perfectly symmetrical. There was softness in his eyes and gentleness in his smile. All the more reasons why I love him.
He looked at her and she wiped her eyes and stared at him before turning and going back to the living room. Bring that back, he said.”
It is a lovely day out, the bright sun shining down, the smell of beautiful flowers, the
her in a way that I could not bare to even watch, he then began to bid until she was
Passing the end of the cold winter, Cherry blossoms and flowers are blooming. We were sitting under the flower rain. It was spring.
We got married at sunset, but when the ceremony finished, my ‘blushing bride’ I should say, just disappeared. It has been strange since, we had barely just meet, and now we were married. Garen did return, and this time, she made me follow her through the forest, until I was confronted with a beautiful new home.
She could think back to all those blissful memories that the two of them shared with each other.