Happily Ever After

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My beloved and I went to a wedding on Friday. I’m not a hug fan of weddings, mostly because I know they are long and I tend to get bored easily because I forget to pay attention. I knew I’d enjoy this particular wedding, mainly because of who would be there (including the stars of the show). So I packed a small dice game and a secret crochet project to ward off boredom (didn’t need them) and my beloved and I got ready. We looked like ladies!

It's not a skirt! Image by The Naughty Corner

It’s not a skirt! Image by The Naughty Corner

So the ceremony was in a park, which was great, however the entire time the beautiful bride was getting out of the car I couldn’t help but notice a dog doing an extended wee on a post just a few metres away. Seriously. This wee went for ages. Anyway I am assuming it is all part of what happens at weddings that are FUN. Because this wedding was indeed FUN. Good music, good people, good food, lots of alcohol. What more could you want?

When we first got there, I saw this sign, which I obeyed:

Aye aye, Cap'n. Image by The Naughty Corner.

Aye aye, Cap’n. Image by The Naughty Corner.

Then the special wedding car arrived. Everyone faced this way for ages. This is when I saw the weeing dog, but I didn’t take a photo of it. Because I am a grown up.

Image by The Naughty Corner

Image by The Naughty Corner

The ceremony itself was great. Personalised, funny, to the point, involved lots of people. Then all of a sudden, they’re married! Off to the reception. There was a Photobooth, which meant that there were LOTS of dress up things:

There was also a small bubby. My beloved fell in love, and again we lamented the fact that she is shooting blanks.

Image by The Naughty Corner

Image by The Naughty Corner

And of course, there was dancing:

Image by The Naughty Corner

Image by The Naughty Corner

Because I forgot to ask before they left for their honeymoon, I can’t show you a picture of the people who got married. Rest assured that they had an awesome wedding, and know that I wish them every happily ever after in the world. I’ve suggested they throw yearly weddings instead of having birthdays, but they weren’t really keen.

Have you been to a wedding? Did you enjoy it?

 

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