Kagome smiled at Inuyasha as she approached him. He held Setsuna in his arms and the infant Hanyou was struggling to get out of her fathers arms.

Beside her, her mother was already wiping away tears and Souta was constantly fidgeting and playing with his tie. "Why didn't you go traditional?" He hissed at her through his smile.

"Because traditional would purify my would-be husband, brat." Kagome teased.

Once they reached the steps Kagome stopped. She hugged her mother and stooped to allow Souta to move the veil off her face and turned to Inuyasha to take his niece from him.

"I may be giving her away to you, but that doesn't mean I won't kick your ass if you hurt her." Souta muttered.

Inuyasha chuckled softly, "You've got nothing to worry about, this time it's forever."

Souta nodded and walked down the steps to sit with his mother and grandfather. Kagome smiled and took Inuyasha's outstretched hand so he could help her step up beside him.

"Forever huh?" She teased him.

"Yeah, I think I can put up with you for that long." Inuyasha shot back.

"Whatever dog boy, you've got two of us to deal with now."

Inuyasha smiled as they turned towards the priest. "I wouldn't have it any other way."

AN: Okay so after many months I'm actually satisfied with this ending. It's short, sweet and I think it wraps it up nicely. A few people complained about the issue of Ayame not being settled. As far as I'm concerned, he left Ayame for Kagome, issue over. No closure is needed, it's a relationship that fizzled, it happens.

Thank you to everyone who has read, reviewed and whatever else with this story. I hope you all enjoyed reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it. Please stick around for more stories, especially my new baby When Love And Death Embrace, which I hope to be focusing on more over the next few weeks!

Disclaimer: I don't own Inuyasha or the characters of Rumiko Takahashi. I do own the plot of this story along with any original characters that may make an appearance.