Operation W.E.D.D.I.N.G.S part 2 (That was the proper name for the 1st part sorry)
Hoagie and Abby
Now, it was just dakika until the wedding. Hoagie's moyo was beating louder than a marching band. Tommy placed his hand on his bro's shoulder.
"Hoagie, just relax. Everything's going to work out just fine!" he said, trying to calm him. Hoagie took a deep breath and kwa now he was completely chilled. The band started playing, as Abby got out of the limousine and walked right up the long, white carpet, which had been laid against the golden sand. Hoagie's jaw just dropped, as soon as he made eye contact with Abby. He couldn’t believe that she was finally wearing a dress, after years of wearing a long t-shirt and shorts. He grabbed her kwa the hand and lifted her up on the stage. Everyone took their seats, as the ceremony began. The vicar took his position and spoke:
"Dearly beloved, we have gathered here today, in holy matrimony, to celebrate the marriage of Mr. Hogarth P. Gilligan Jr. and Miss Abigail Lincoln. Hopefully there are no objections towards this wedding, so we may continue..."
"You look beautiful!" Hoagie quickly whispered to his future wife. Abby smiled.
"And wewe look real handsome yourself." she replied. They then turned their attention back to the ceremony.
Kuki and Wally :)
"Oh my goodness, wewe look absolutely stunning!" Wally told her, just as the wedding began. Out in the audience, Mrs. Beatles was quietly weeping away, as she watched one of her sons get married. She could not believe that her oldest son was leaving her and starting his new life with his new wife-to-be. Wally took hold of Kuki’s hand and looked, deeply into her zumaridi, zamaradi green eyes. Her big round pupils reflected back into his. The vicar stood up, cleared his throat and began his speech.
“Dearly beloved, we have all gathered here today, in this historical, but rather beautiful church, to celebrate the marriage of Sir. Wallabee Beatles and Miss Kuki Sanban (he was quite an old fashioned vicar, so he called a lot of men-young and old- “sir”) I trust that there will be no objections to why these two should marry, so we will therefore continue…”
(Sorry there’s a huge blank gap there, but I don’t know what a vicar person actually says at a wedding)