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“Summer, geez, would wewe wake up already?!” Alice fussed, shaking Summer’s shoulder. They were back in Forks, and, since Alice was such a speedy planner, Summer and Jake’s wedding siku came along sooner than the couple expected. Summer tucked her face underneath the mto and sheets, “Alice…please…sleepy.” She sounded like a babbling idiot. Her words weren’t even properly ordered. Alice sighed, utterly frustrated, “It’s your wedding day.” She whispered in a sing-song tone. Summer’s eyelids flew open. How could she forget her wedding was today?! She immediately sat up and gawked at Alice, “…OH NO! Did I oversleep? What time is it?” Alice laughed and embraced Summer, “Calm down, missy. No, wewe didn’t oversleep. It’s only 9:30am. Everything starts at 12:00.” Summer pressed her palm to her forehead, “What about Anakin and Chloe?” Alice shook her head, “They’re downstairs with Bella and Rosalie. I know they’re your kids, Summie, but honestly, wewe have zaidi to worry about right now!” Summer rolled her eyes, frowning, “Why didn’t wewe let Edward and Bella get married first?” “Because THEY don’t have kids to take care of. Now come.” Alice pulled Summer kwa the hand down the corridor and into her and Jasper’s room. Lying on the kitanda was a large, black dress bag. Alice sat on the kitanda and grinned at Summer wickedly. Summer innocently stared around the room. Alice groaned, “Open the bag, silly!” Summer arched her eyebrow, “Will I regret this?” “Maybe,” Alice winked, “How should I know?” Summer slowly edged toward the bag and tugged on the zipper. The dress hidden inside was not what Summer had expected. The taffeta kanzu, gown was stunning. It had a halter neckline with empire in alencon lace and a mermaid skirt, upindo with floral lace detail. “And wewe thought I couldn’t pick out a dress for you.” Alice teased. Summer allowed her jaw to drop a little, “Alice, wewe are…surprising. I couldn’t have picked a better wedding gown.” Summer gratefully gave her sister a hug, “I owe wewe big time for this one, sweetheart.” “What?! Never!” Alice insisted, “I upendo wewe too much to let wewe repay me.” She glanced at the clock on the wall, “Shoot. It’s getting late. Let’s go dress wewe up!” Summer twitched her lip, “This is something I’m sure to regret.” Alice ignored Summer, skipping her way to the bathroom.
She locked the door so Summer wouldn’t try to make a run for it, like a lock could stop her at all. There was a variety of hair care products, brushes, and make up items sprawled across the sink counter. Summer’s eyes widened, “What’s all this?” Alice shrugged casually, “I brought a few extra things just in case we make a ‘spur of the moment’ decision.” “Well, here’s a ‘spur of the moment’ decision,” Summer suggested, “let’s leave my hair the way it is, and my face make-up free.” Alice crossed her arms, “I can’t process those types of suggestions. Sorry.” Summer lifted her hands in surrender, “Fine, fine. This will be my way of recompensing wewe for the dress.” “Good,” Alice clasped her hands together, excitement written on every inch of her smile, “now take a kiti, kiti cha on this chair and we’ll be on our way!” Summer sat on the small kinyesi and reluctantly permitted Alice to do what she pleased. It took an saa and a half for Alice to resolve her thoughts and finish, which somewhat bugged Summer. She hoped her sister’s taste in styling was as good as her taste in clothing.
“Okay,” Alice bubbled over in joy, thrusting a mirror in front of Summer’s face, “have a peek!” Summer took the mirror and sealed her eyes shut, “Do I want to?” “Summer!” “Alright, I’m looking.” Summer peeped at her reflection with one eye open. Alice had loosely pulled back Summer’s lush curls with a rhinestone hairpin, leaving her side-bangs hanging freely. Her bright eyes were outlined with black eyeliner, mascara, and shimmering blue eye shadow, and her face was tinted with a light powder and blush. Summer stared, her smile growing, “How did wewe do it?” She asked Alice, practically shocked, “Even my awali cosmetics artists couldn’t achieve this perfection.” Alice giggled, “When wewe have nothing else to do, new hobbies pop up. In my case, it was learning new and older cosmetic techniques.” “Aw, Alice,” Summer mumbled, “You’re—“ “Summer, we have to hurry!” Alice exclaimed, cutting Summer off, “You only have an saa till wewe walk down the aisle! Stay here. I’ll bring your dress.” Alice rushed out the bathroom and returned in less than a few seconds, bridal kanzu, gown in hand. She helped Summer into it and buttoned up the back. She walked backwards to get a better view of Summer, “Oh. My. Gosh. I am a MAD genius. This thing hugs your curves so beautifully, it’s going to be hard for Jake to—“ “Alright,” Summer covered Alice’s mouth with her palm, “shut up.” Alice pushed Summer’s hand away and beamed, “Oh, stop it, silly. We’re grownups here! And you’ll be embarking on your wedding night tonight so—“ “Alice Cullen.” Summer implied a threatening warning. Alice patted Summer’s fair cheek, “Why don’t wewe get yourself downstairs and check out the scenery? Just don’t let Jake see you.” “I know,” Summer winked, “bad luck.” Alice nodded happily, “I’ve taught wewe so well. I’ll see wewe in a bit, Summer!” Summer maneuvered her way around easily in the dress, because she’d been in much puffier dress on stage. “Look at you!” Esme admired Summer from the bottom of the staircase, “My exquisite angel.” She held out her hand to help Summer down the last few steps, sweeping her into a gentle hug. “Thank you, Esme.” Summer smiled, “This is all because of Alice.” Esme gave a soft laugh, “So is all this, dear.” She motioned toward the surroundings. The ceiling was adorned with draping silk, tables and chairs were covered in lace and tied off with thick, tulle bows. Lilies and lilacs were spotted in every corner. Alice really outdid herself this time. “It’s lovely,” Summer breathlessly observed, “lovelier than I thought possible.” Esme kept her charming smile, “Come see outside. Rose and the kids are out there, as well.” Summer followed Esme out the back door to the sizable, decorated yard. Underneath a large white tent were fifty adorned foldable chairs sitting in rows on two sides, creating an aisle in the middle. In front of the chairs stood a massive arch ornamented with blue roses. Marble outdoor vases packed with yellow daisies encompassed the setting. Thankfully, it was a cloudy day, so the Cullens could enjoy the open air. Rose and Bella were already dressed in aqua blue bridesmaid dresses, similar in style to Summer’s gown. Rose was flaunting her looks naturally and effortlessly, whereas Bella, though simply stunning, looked very uncomfortable. The Cullen guys were standing a few feet away from the house, dressed up the way Alice demanded. Carlisle was allowed to wear a formal black suit, but the rest of them had to wear tuxedos. Emmett was the first to note on Summer, “Whoa, check that chick out! It should be a crime for a mbwa mwitu to marry such a sweet lookin’ girl.” Jasper took the bold step of smacking Emmett’s head. “Show some respect to the bride, Emmett.” Edward cautioned, smiling at Summer.
Summer pecked Edward and Jasper on the cheeks, “See Emmett, this is why Jasper and Edward are my inayopendelewa brothers.” Emmett shook his head, “You all don’t know the meaning of the word compliment, do you?” Carlisle touched Emmett’s shoulder, “She’s dangerous, Emmett. Don’t tread in those uncharted waters.” He kissed Summer’s forehead, “You’re pricelessly stunning, sweetie.” Summer blushed, “Thank you, Carlisle.” Emmett, on the other hand, scoffed, “Girl can’t take me in a one-on-one fight.” They all ignored Emmett’s mumbling, though. Rosalie and Bella walked over to jiunge them. “Hello, gorgeous.” Bella commented, she and Rose rushing to embrace Summer. “I think we’ve finally found someone to trump Ms. America.” Rosalie added. Wow, Summer thought to herself, my family’s zaidi loving than I imagined. Chloe tugged gently on Summer’s dress, “Mommy, wewe look so pretty!” Summer scooped up Chloe and cuddled her, “Me? Look at you! I upendo your dress. Did Auntie Alice pick it out for you.” Chloe beamed, “Yes, she did.” She was going to be the sweet little maua, ua girl in the wedding. Her dress was a sky blue, boat-neck, and tea-length satin kanzu, gown with organza skirt, upindo overlay, pleated waistband, and a maua, ua pinned at the left side. Chloe looked like the perfect fairytale princess. Anakin, who was being held kwa Rosalie, stretched out his tiny hand and began to whine. Summer set Chloe down at cradled her other baby. She tickled his soft nose, “Hello there, Ani. I didn’t forget you, baby.” Anakin played with the thin, hanging diamond earrings Alice placed on Summer’s ears. “Esme was right,” Bella observed, “he’s really going to be a mommy’s boy.” The family blissfully laughed together. At last, Alice danced through the open back door and over to her loved ones. She was carrying a few items in her hands. She handed Edward a red rose to fasten onto his jacket, “For the best man.” She handed Carlisle and Esme yellow roses, “For the mommy and daddy.” She gave light blue roses to everyone else, except herself. She was the maid of honor, so she would wear a pink one. “Great!” Alice cheered, “Everyone’s set. Now, for my darling Chloe,” she slid off the straw basket hanging on her arm, “here are your maua, ua petals, sweets. And for Anakin,” Alice set two small boxes into the baby’s hands, “here are the rings, my precious ring bearer.” Summer was slightly puzzled, “He’s going to be the ring bearer?” “Positively!” Alice confirmed, “Esme will carry him down the aisle. It’ll be the cutest.” Summer kissed Anakin’s face, “You’re only a week old and already wewe have a responsibility, little one.”
Alice gasped and grabbed Summer’s arm, “Summer, come inside quickly! Jacob’s almost here!” Alice caught her off guard, but Summer hurriedly followed her indoors. Everyone chuckled, “Alice, honey,” Jasper called, “there’s no such thing as bad luck.” “People have also alisema there’s no such thing as Wanyonya damu and werewolves.” She pointed out, “Look how correct they were.” Alice lugged Summer inside and closed the door. “Alice,” Summer began shyly, “Um, I was wondering, why are there so many chairs out there?” Alice grinned, “Because the Denalis and a lot of Quileute’s are coming.” Summer blinked, “So many people?” “You’ll be fine, sweets. What’s going to happen? wewe and Jake will mess up the kiss au something?” She teased. Summer eyed her sister playfully, “You never know. After all, wewe believe in bad luck.” Alice glanced at the nearest clock, then outside, “Seems everyone’s getting here on time. Carlisle’s talking to the minister, the small band I hired is here—“ “You did what?!” Summer was shocked. Alice just shrugged, “I hired a band since Edward can’t play the piano. No biggie. Jake’s out there with the guys, the mbwa mwitu pack is here, so are the majority of their families and friends, but where are the…OH! There they are! It’s Tanya and her coven. Wow, Jake actually cleans up very nicely.” Summer furrowed her eyebrows, “What do wewe mean? He always looks attractive.” “Eh,” Alice cocked her head to the side, “he seems that way to wewe because you’re in love.” Summer rolled her eyes, “Doubt that.” Approximately five dakika later, the Cullens strolled in. Esme sat inayofuata to Summer on the couch, a flowing cathedral veil on her arm and a square box in her hands, “I picked this out especially for you, dearest.” She smiled at her adopted daughter, “I managed to get the tarehe engraved on it, as well as a little note from your father and I.” Esme lifted the lid and grasped the beautiful tiara hidden inside the box. It was silver, plated with diamonds, and studded with saltwater pearls. “Esme, it’s beautiful.” Summer whispered. Esme tucked the tiara and veil snuggly on juu of Summer’s styled hair, “Perfectly picturesque.” Summer hugged her loving mother, “Thank wewe so much.” “It’s no trouble at all, dear. I wanted to do this for you.” Carlisle placed his hands on Summer’s upper arms, “Ready whenever wewe are, sweetheart.” Esme took Anakin from Summer and linked with the lineup Alice created. Alice gave Summer a final kiss on the cheek and handed her a bouquet of daisies, lilacs, and lilies.
Summer grasped Carlisle’s outstretched hand and stood behind Jasper and Alice, the last bridesmaid and groomsman couple. The melodious wedding march began, and Summer involuntarily squeezed her father’s hand. “No need to be anxious, honey.” Carlisle soothed, “You’ve been in front of many larger crowds than this.” Summer laughed nervously, “True. I guess it’s just a reflex when you’re in a wedding kanzu, gown and hear Pachelbel’s Canon in D begin.” Carlisle smiled, “I never thought I’d see this day. In fact, the thought of wewe joining our family had never crossed my mind. To have wewe as my daughter and walk wewe down the aisle is one of the greatest privileges I could ever receive. I count wewe and this entire siku a blessing to me, Summer.” Summer felt the tears welling up in her eyes. She rested her head on Carlisle’s chest, “I upendo you, father. wewe always know what to say.” “I upendo you, too, angel.” Finally, it was Summer and Carlisle’s turn to make their way down the aisle. Everyone stood, all admiring Summer’s amazingly radiant beauty. Carlisle took the first step, guiding Summer kwa the arm. Summer held on tightly to her father’s arm as she took one shy glance at Jake, who was standing at the front looking like the most handsome man Summer ever laid eyes on. He never failed to take her breath away, and vice versa. When she glanced up at Jake, he was looking directly at her, still amazed that such a glittering Angel fell in upendo with him. They reached the end of the aisle, Carlisle flipped away Summer’s veil and kissed her forehead, handing her over to Jake. Jake took her hand, his affectionately gaze never leaving her face. He looked incredibly handsome to Summer. She believed his sharp black suit didn’t do him any justice, no matter how expensive it was.
The I do’s came along quite quickly for the passionately in upendo couple, and everyone was awed kwa baby ring bearer Anakin as Esme carried him gracefully. Engraved along their rings was the statement, “Our two hearts are forever bonded as one. My angel, wewe brought life to my death.” The saying on their rings was entirely true. Jake and Summer’s upendo was unearthly, eternal, and, above all, supernatural. It was a moto that would and could never be quenched silent. Their bonded hearts leaped for joy when they heard the minister say, “I now pronounce wewe husband and wife.” Jake wrapped his arms around petite Summer, and kissed her like it was their last moment to live. It was beautiful enough to force tears in every pair of eyes. This was evidently no ordinary love. The afternoon was filled with laughs, congratulations, hugs, and kisses. The newlyweds were the first to dance together. They forgot the world around them, and simply focused on each other. When they finally got a moment alone, Alice happily interrupted, “Guess where you’re going!” Summer giggled, “Not a clue, Alice. Where?” Alice handed over a sealed envelope, “Open it and see!” Summer tore open the envelope and took out two plane tickets with a hotel confirmation number on a piece of copy paper. She and Jake stared wide-eyed at one another, “Wow.” Jake alisema beneath his breath. “It’s two tickets to Maui. wewe guys will be staying there for five days in the presidential suite of the absolute BEST hotel there!” Summer’s jaw hung open, “You’re joking. Alice…you spent all this money on us, and what about the kids?” Alice shook her head sadly, “Chloe will totally understand, and Anakin is such a well-behaved baby boy. wewe guys deserve a real honeymoon, so here it is. My personal gift to you.” “This is all extremely thoughtful of you, Alice,” Jake smiled at her, “Thank you.” Summer gratefully embraced Alice, “Words can’t express how much wewe mean to me, Alice, and that’s not because wewe took it upon yourself to make this the happiest siku of our lives.” Alice returned Summer’s embrace, “Summer, I wanted to do all this for you, because my upendo for wewe is as big as the sky. I’m so happy you’re my sister.” Alice left the couple in peaceful silence. Jake stroked back Summer’s curls, “If this is a dream, and I’m highly convinced that it is, I hope I never wake up soon.” Summer took his face in her delicate hands, “This is no dream, love, but it’s a dream come true.” “Are wewe sure about that, babe? Jake questioned her jokingly, “because if this is real, then how on earth did I get such a beauty to say yes to marrying a guy like me?” Summer arched an eyebrow, “Because, from the moment I met you, I knew wewe were my long Lost love.” She kissed him sweetly, until she realized what time it was. “Drat, sweetie we need to get going. It’s already 5:30, and this flight leaves in an hour.” “True, honey.” He helped her off the couch, “Need some helping taking that dress off?” He winked at her mischievously. She giggled and ran her finger through his hair, “I hear Alice coming, so I think I can manage.” Jake faked his disappointment. “C’mon, sweets!” Alice once again lugged Summer up the stairs and into the bathroom. She placed the kanzu, gown back into the dress bag while Summer green, multicolored maxi dress. She kept her hair pinned loosely for the sake of it. Alice packed Summer’s suitcase ahead of time, and Jake’s stuff was taken care of too.
Summer grabbed her things and made her way back down the steps inayofuata to Alice. Everyone gathered inside and outside the door to wave goodbye to the couple. Edward and Bella offered to drop off Jake and Summer at the airport. Edward took Summer’s things and loaded it into the car. She hugged her children and family members. Fortunately, the kids remained happy and carefree, despite their parents leaving for a week. She and Jake sauntered out the house, hand in hand and intoxicated kwa upendo for each other. Their loved ones called out their final goodbyes to them. They were almost to the car, until Jake defensively pulled Summer as closely as possible towards him. Jake didn’t have to explain his sudden defensive position over Summer, because she already detected what he smelled. It was two familiar scents coming from about five hundred feet away from the Cullens’ home. Summer buried her face in Jake’s chest, “This can’t be happening. Not today. What do they want now?” He caressed her back, “It’ll be okay, love. They won’t hurt wewe au our children.” Carlisle and Edward were the first to take stances inayofuata to the couple. They didn’t want to make a scene while the Quileute folk were still around, so they pretended to talk to Jake and Summer about something important that recently popped up. “It’s Caius and Marcus.” Carlisle remarked, looking in scents’ direction. Edward growled lowly, “Yes, and they’ve come to make a proposition over Aro’s death.”