Emma and Killian and YOU (The whole Village, even people they don't know)WHERE:
The church, outside, the InnWHEN:
Friday May 5th Mid afternoonOPEN TO:
All (one locked to Killian)WARNINGS:
It's a party so idkSTATUS:
Open Note: This is a mingle style post. Feel free to write your own starter, tag around, have fun!!!
If life was truly a fairytale, then Emma would have woken up and the birds would have been chirping, and everyone around her would have burst into song. Life, however, at least in Emma's experience was not a fairytale. Today, however, felt different. She opened her eyes and a slow smile crossed her face. It was early so she had time to be lazy.
She was getting married today, or they
were getting married today. She still had to pinch herself to believe that all of this was happening, and that, she, Emma Swan was finally going to get her happy ending. The powers that be must have noticed something was up because earlier in week she had received a box with enough pasta and meat sauce to feed their guests as well as some bottles of wine to share at the party. Emma had spoken with Kate and Sonny about the church and the inn, and even gone as far as to check in with Sansa about her dress. All of the details were in place, which was kind of scaring the crap out of Emma, because she was usually a fly by the seat of your pants kind of girl. For the first time in her life, Emma didn’t feel nervous or scared when it came to her relationship. She knew from the deepest part of her soul that Killian was her destiny and today she would get a chance to acknowledge that in front of everyone. Emma
felt like a princess as she stood before Killian, and pledged her love and her life to him. She left her hair
down because Killian liked it that way. She couldn’t help the tears of happiness and the smile that just wouldn’t go away. Part of her was glad they were here and not back home, at least here they didn’t need to worry about curses and memory loss. They could just be happy and celebrate with their friends.
The Inn was sparsely decorated with flowers, but it was beautiful and Emma was happy. The food was served, and the wine flowed. The one thing Emma hadn’t thought about was music, but she didn’t care, she was happy to hum along as long as the guests were having a good time. This was a celebration of love and life after all. The party lasted well into the night, and after the last guest had left, Emma and Killian left, walking home hand in hand to start their new life together.