(From Sam's perspective)

"Well, it's the day I've been waiting for," I said to myself as I walked to the back of the church to meet my to-be wife, Penny. She was dressed in a snow-white dress that went all the way down to the floor. She certianly looked beautiful. As out friends and family piled into the church, the music began to play, and we walked up the aisle.

(From Penny's perspective)

After we walked up to the Sanctuary to receive our vows, I tried my absolute best to hold in my excitement. We then said out marriage vows, possibly the best moment of my life.

(From Sam's perspective)

"You may kiss the bride," the preacher then said. I leaned forward, and out lips met for a good five seconds. Everyone in the pews were cheering with excitement. My father gave me the thumbs up, my mother was crying tears of joy, and my brother had a big smile on his face. I knew that Penny and I would have a great life together as we walked out of the church and to the wedding reception.

(From Penny's perspective)

We arrived at the Pontypandy Banquet Hall for out reception. Both Sam's and my parents went up to give speeches (I don't want to bore you with what they said). The meal was very delicious, a fine chicken dinner smothered in a smooth gravy, with a side of mashed potatoes. And don't forget the cake, either (which was modeled after the Pontypandy Fire Station and was very delicious)! After we ate out dinner and cake, the DJ came out and played us some music to dance too. After probably 39 dances with Sam, we tired ourselves out. After the reception ended, Sam and I went out to our car in the parking lot, where someone had put a gian sticker on the back that said "Just Married." Now, all we really need to figure out is who's house we're gonna live at. This will get pretty interesting...