Chad

The day I had been waiting for had finally come.

Everyone in the Kingdom was invited, peasants and all.

I was wearing black dress robes with a red rose on the lapel, standing on the top of the stairs of the ballroom.

The room was decorated with roses, bluebells, tulips and violets. Petals were scattered across the floor with gold glitter.

I finally saw the doors open and my heart rate doubled within seconds.

Sonny

Tawni had dressed me in a white silk wedding gown with diamonds scattered all around it. My hair was in a set of ringlets with a diamond tiara attached with a veil, she did my make with cherry red lipstick with black mascara and eyeliner.

She lowered the veil over my face and clapped her hands in delight.

"You're ready!" she squealed. My hands were already getting sweaty.

She led me out the door towards the ballroom.

Zora handed me a bouquet of roses and opened the large white doors. Everyone in the entire kingdom was there. The room was filled with roses, bluebells, tulips and violets. The floor scattered with petals and gold glitter.

I saw my-almost-husband standing at the top of the staircase dressed in black dress robes. I made my way down the aisle as the musicians played sweet music.

My heart beating was getting faster and faster by the minute as I walked up the steps almost to Chad and the minister.

Chad

My bride was walking up the steps.

She looked so delicate in the white dress. Yet so beautiful, my eyes couldn't focus on anything else but her.

When she finally came to the top, my lungs almost gave out.

"We are gathered here today to witness the marriage of Chad Dylan Cooper and Sonny Munroe.

Chad, do you take Sonny to be your lawfully wedded wife?"

"I do."

Sonny

"Sonny, do you take Chad to be your lawfully wedded husband?"

"I do."

"For anyone who has any reason why these two should not be wed speak now or forever hold their peace."

There was silence for a moment.

Chad slipped a gold ring on my left finger as I did the same for him.

Chad

The minister turned to me.

"You may kiss the bride."

I had been aching to hear those five words. I looked back at Sonny.

My heart racing so hard it felt like it would give out.

I lifted the veil that covered her angel face.

Her cheeks were glowing.

My fingers caressed her delicate face and we both leaned in for lips to touch.