A few months later...

Sakura readied herself in her bedroom with Ino, Hinata, and Tenten fixing her hair, dress, and veil. "I really appreciate you guys helping me out," she sighed, "I'm nervous."

"Shucks!" Ino giggled with a smirk, "You're marrying THE Sasuke Uchiha. What are you so nervous about? A lot of people would consider you to be the luckiest girl, or woman...whatever, in the whole entire world!" She tucked Sakura's right bangs in the bun and placed her left bangs to the side of her head to frame her face. She finally placed the cherry blossom clip to hold her friend's bunned hair and smiled. "You look great!"

"The moment you say 'I do' will be the moment your life will change for the best," Tenten remarked, fixing Sakura's veil, "We're all so happy for you!"

"Sakura," Hinata mumbled timidly, "H-here. This is for you." She gave Sakura a silver heart-shaped locket and smiled. "I was so happy about you finally getting married, that I just HAD to give you a gift. I hope it'll bring your family luck." She giggled.

"Thank you," Sakura whispered, tears forming in her eyes.

"Sakura," Sakura's mother chimed, appearing from behind the door, "It's time. Are you ready?"

Sakura plced the locket around her neck. "Yes, I am." She gasped lightly when her mom hugged her all of a sudden. "Uh..."

"I'm just so proud of you, dear," her mother hummed, "Waiting this long... It seemed nearly impossible, but you did it. Now go out there and say those two words and end the ceremony with a kiss! Make Konoha proud of you two." She escorted her daughter outside.


Many minutes went by with Sakura walked by her faher to the groom and the priest saying some stuff. It was finally time for the words to be said.

"Do you, Sasuke Uchiha, take this woman to be your lawfully wedded wife?" asked the priest.

"I do," Sasuke replied without much hesitation.

"And do you, Sakura Haruno, take this man to be your husband?" the priest asked again, looking at the pink-haired bride.

"I do," Sakura said happily, clutching her boquet of roses tightly.

"Very well then," the priest stated and turned to Sasuke, "You may kiss the bride."

Sasuke lifted Sakura's veil and looked into her eyes deeply. "I love you," he whispered and leaned down, planting a passionate kiss on her her lips. Is this love? Or lust? ...Must be love.

Sakura blushed furiously and shyly kissed him back. Why am I scared? He is my husband now. She smiled and deepened the kiss. When she heard the church echo with cheers, she broke the kiss and waved at everyone, held by Sasuke protectively. "Thank you all!" she cried.

The two stepped outside and got on their carriage, Sakura throwing her boquet and Hinata catching it. "Nice catch, Hinata!" she commented, receiving a blush and giggle.

Hikaru and Haruka watched from afar as their parents rode away, sharing a long kiss. "Mom sure does look happier," Haruka told her brother, "Don't you think so, too, Hikaru?" She smiled at him.

Hikaru nodded. "Yeah."


Man, people are right. My stories ARE corny. Well, I'll try my best to make them un-corny next time. Sorry. :(

And just so you all probably know, I don't know what they say in weddings. Not the exact words anyway. Please don't flame me! I'm begging you!