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His heart pounded in his chest as he looked back to the entrance of the church. “Jesus…” he mumbled under his breath, lost for words as he saw this vision in white approaching him. She was always flawless and beautiful, some things would never change. But in this moment, dressed like that, she had truly turned angelic in here white wedding gown. By the time she’d gotten to him, Matt’s eyes were already moist as her veil was pulled back by her father. He shook the man’s hand and then took Dianna’s arm in his own, smiling at her in sheer wonderment that such a beautiful creature could grace him with her hand in marriage. He swallowed and looked back to the preacher. “Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to join this man and this woman in holy matrimony. It is not a vow undertaken lightly, and these two have proven to each other through time and trial that they truly belong together always. Do you, Matthews Stanton Bomer, take this woman to be your lawfully wedded wife, to have and to hold above all others, from this day forth, till death do you part?” Matt’s blue eyes sat in Dianna’s brown ones. “I do.” He smiled, feeling more and more completely as the man went on. “And do you, Dianna Elise Agron, take this man to be your lawfully wedded husband, to love, honor and obey, in sickness and in health, from this day forward til death do you part?”
Dianna’s smile was permanently etched on her face, it seemed. Had she thought that already? Quite possibly. The veiled was pulled back, she linked her arm with Matt as the preacher began to speak. The blonde looked at him, before her eyes glanced back at Matt. She couldn’t keep her eyes off him, which was never a bad thing in her opinion. Her smile grew wider when she heard what the preacher said, about them proving to each other that they belonged together. Dianna was usually a very composed person, but she realised that she wanted to shout it from the rooftops that she loved this man. Of course, this was her version of shouting it out, wasn’t it? A wedding for their loved ones, them standing in front of everyone. She met his eyes when he spoke, a spark of happiness in her own. The blonde glanced towards the crowd for a moment, before answering the question. “I do.” She nodded her head. Was it bad that all she wanted to do right now was kiss Matt and tell him that she loved him? Dianna looked at him, mouthing those three words.
Dianna Agron with her new dog, july 17 2013
Ah. Ask Matt. See if he agrees. Doubtful.
He couldn’t believe it was finally happening, after this long. Too long. Matt stood looking nervous, shifting weight onto different feet, pulling at his tie, finally forcing himself to take a breath. Finally he got a reassuring pat on the shoulder from a tuxedo clad Joe who stood behind him. The doors opened up as soft music played in the background and his heart felt like it would hammer through his chest! He watched as someone’s nephew came along, the tiny ring bearer; likewise a small girl who seemed shy and cute sprinkled rose petals and danced more than walked along, bringing a smile to everyone’s face. His smiled and nodded to the bridesmaids and maid of honor that were escorted by the groomsmen. Finally the familiar strains of ‘Here Comes the Bride’ sounded out in the church and everyone seated rose. Matt turned his blue eyes to the figure silhouetted in the entrance. No words could describe the sheer beauty of her; no measure of his happiness could be taken. His eyes already started to rim with wetness as he looked as his Dianna.
She was getting married. Was this real? This was insane. She was getting married. There was no turning back even if she wanted to. She didn’t. Dianna stood outside the closed doors of the church, for a moment thinking back on everything that had happened to lead her to this stage in her life. The blonde took a deep breath, looking down at the white dress she was wearing. She’d been told the wedding day was one of the happiest of someone’s life, though Dianna viewed it as one of the many happy days she would share in the future with Matt. A smile came onto her face then, as the doors opened. The two very cute children made their way down the aisle first, followed by the bridesmaids, groomsmen and her maid of honour. Her father came up beside her, holding out his arm for her to take. He told her she looked beautiful and Dianna grinned at him. As the music started up again and everyone stood up, Dianna looked towards the man that she was going to spend the rest of her life with. She started walking towards him, smiling all the while. The walk seemed to take longer than it should, but when Dianna finally reached him, she was feeling very ready to marry Matt.