Fairy Tale Wedding
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My whole world as I knew was never more; when I caught a glance of an attractive dark haired Irish man with piercing blue eyes, and a shadow of a beard framing his square jaw. He walked towards me with a smile. I couldn't fight the wave of desire that swept over me when he came close and breathed a sigh and said,
“I have fallen in love with you."
I embraced his love and experienced a new life I found my future soulmate.
I just applied a hint of makeup and perfume. My hair piled at the back of my head with long strands falling about my face. With the help of my bridesmaid, I slipped into a long cream satin wedding gown with lace at the bodice and a high neck and long lace sleeves. The back dipped into a V to my waist where the dress then fell in several layers of cream tulle. I slipped into matching Saasha Lee heels. The last a tiara adorned with diamonds to anchor my wedding veil. I picked up my simple and elegant bridal bouquet of white flowers.
I felt like a Cinderella, as I climbed into a horse-drawn carriage
waiting for the journey to the church.
The music was playing as I stepped into St Michael's Catholic Church in the small town of Needville and walked down the aisle arm-in-arm with my dad. The inside was adorned with white flowers. Clusters of white lilies tied with white satin ribbons adorn the pews. My prince simply stood at the head of the aisle with a smile never moving his gaze from me. My eyes were filled with tears as I took the gold band and put it on his wedding finger.
Our vows were simple and we both said I will. The priest said, “Ladies and Gentlemen, family and friends, it is my pleasure to present, for the first time anywhere, Prince Sean and Princess Vanessa O’Connor!" He slid one hand around the back of my neck and the other around my waist as he kissed me.
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