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So here it is, the wedding. I hope you like it and find it a fitting end to this story.

Enjoy this one last chapter in this Dean and Castiel's lives.

Disclaimer: I don't own Supernatural.

Castiel woke with a smile on his face. Today was the day, the day Dean and he got married. The day they committed to each other for the rest of their lives. He had never dared hope that this day would come when he had first seen the man walk into the library, Castiel had to say he had never been more thankful for rain than that day, and turning in the bed he found himself staying into green loving eyes and realised he wasn't the only one.

"Morning my soon-to-be-husband." Dean said grabbing Cas when he turned to him and pulling him so that he was lying on top of him and they could kiss while having there naked bodies flush against each other.

"Good morning Dean, and I must it is a good one." Castiel replied when he pulled back from Dean's lips only to feather kisses down the guy's neck.

"Oh yeah, but we're gonna have to get up soon. Can't be late." Dean responded with a groan as Cas started to suckle on the base of his neck. Damn this guy could drive him crazy. Thank god he had the chance to be driven crazy for the rest of his life by him.

"Why not? It's not like they can start the ceremony without us is it?" Castiel smirked up at him before proceeding to make Dean forget all about what day it was, or well anything, except the man with him.

By the time Castiel and Dean had said a very thorough good morning to each other it really was time for them to get up. Not that this was a very strict service, Castiel had vetoed all of his mother's suggestions of having a big society wedding in favour of him and Dean, with their closest friends and family, on a beach in one of the very few places in the world where Dean was not instantly recognisable. They could have the big party when they got home to appease society and the press, but the wedding itself Castiel insisted on having just for him and Dean.

As such there was no real formality to it, he and Dean both dressed in loose fitting light clothing so they wouldn't overheat in the late morning sun and hand in hand made their way out of there beachside accommodation to find the group who would be standing witness on the white sand in front of them. It was a small section, but it was one that meant the most to the grooms. There was Sam with Jess beside him, her own engagement ring worn proudly on her finger, and opposite him was Gabriel with a massive smile on his face and his best friend at his side. Behind these two groups stood Bobby and Benny and that was it. That was all the people Dean and Cas needed with them that day. The only people who needed to hear them swear their love to each other for all eternity. Though it was debated that everyone heard Dean do just that whenever he sang one of the many songs he had now written about the man he loved, Bobby hadn't realised his music could sell any better, but it seemed he had been wrong about that every time Dean released a new song about Cas.

Dean and Castiel went and stood in front of the local man who would be officiating, turning to stare into each other's eyes and joining both hands together while the sea rumbled onto the sand in the background. And when the man asked them for their vows as they exchanged rings neither one hesitated in speaking from there heart.

"Cas, when I first saw you I loved you, even if it took me a lot longer than that to realise it. I was a fool, and I made mistakes. But choosing you was the best thing I have ever done in my life, my only regret is not doing it sooner. You mean the world to me Cas, and I love you more every day I know you. You are without doubt my one." Dean said with a smile as he slipped the wedding band onto Cas' finger while staring into his eyes. To think, there was a time he had thought he could walk away from him, walk away from this. He must have been freakin' insane if he had ever thought that would work. Cos there was no way Dean could ever imagine a life without Cas in it now. But luckily that was never gonna happen.

"Dean, I fell in love with your voice before I even saw your face, and when I did I realised it matched the beauty of the sound you produce. But it wasn't until I met you, the real you, that I fell truly in love with you. You are my everything, and I would follow you to the ends of the earth and back just to be at your side. I am so thankful for all you have given me, most especially your love. Because I love you Dean, more than words could ever say." Castiel said with a deep sincerity in his eyes making a lump form in Dean's throat that this guy would feel that way for him. He had no idea what he had done to deserve it, but he would make sure he spent every day trying to live up to it.

With their words of love spoken the officiator pronounced them married and they shared their first kiss as a married couple, there first kiss becoming one, the kiss that sealed their connection to each other.

With that done Dean and Cas turned to their friends and family, hand in hand still, smiling widely as they were congratulated by those who cared for them the most, before Gabriel decided it was time to move the celebration to the bar. To toast the happy couple and see if he could embarrass his brother with some juicy stories about him. And Sam well, he had his own stock of embarrassing stories he couldn't wait to share, he was determined to best Gabriel with the most embarrassing brother moment.

And so everyone walked off to the bar, Gabriel and Sam already starting there contest, leaving Castiel and Dean to follow behind. They stayed on the beach for a few moments longer, taking in the peace and tranquillity of the place, the place they had become husbands, bound together forever, and they both knew they couldn't have been happier. With that realisation they turned to follow their family to the bar. Their world was perfect, and now they had found each other, it would always be so.


Again I would like to thank you for reading, reviewing, following and favouring this story. I'm so glad you all liked it, I enjoyed writing it as well. But all good things must come to an end and all that, so thank you once more. And… Adios.