(I cry whenever I image Aokaga wedding day, so thank you very much anon.And of course they are both late. Are you kidding? They didn’t change just cause they were getting married. lol)
It was a perfect spring day; bright sun, a nice soft breeze, and tons of flowers. Everyone was gathered in one of Akashi’s large gardens, which he had approved to be used for the ceremony. The flowers were beautiful and the colors were vibrant. All of Aomine’s and Kagami’s friends and family were present, but it was still a small, intimate group. Neither of them had wanted something big.
“Yes Midorima kun?”
“Have you gotten a hold of them yet?”
“No. I’ve called and text both of them. I haven’t gotten word back yet.”
“I can’t believe those two. How can they be the ones that are late?!”
Kuroko looked at his phone again, slightly concerned, “I understand. I will try again.”
Kuroko was standing at the altar, impatiently waiting for his two best friends to arrive. He greatly disliked being the center of attention, but as the best man for both of his friends, he was left to answer all questions concerning their whereabouts. It didn’t matter that it was their important day; Kuroko made a mental note to ignite punch both of them in the gut when they arrived.
Finally, Kuroko heard two loud voices coming from the main building, rapidly getting closer. Not a minute later, both Aomine and Kagami came running down the aisle, their jackets missing and their ties not tied correctly. Kuroko also noticed something else about their attire: Aomine was wearing a pair of new red Jordan’s while Kagami was wearing a blue pair.
“Shit! We’re so sorry. We had to get something important,” Kagami stood next to Kuroko, panting hard.
“Fuck…sorry Tetsu. We had trouble finding what we were looking for,” Aomine stood next to Kagami, trying to fix his tie.
Kuroko bit the inside of his cheek, trying to remind himself that this was a very important day for his friends and he should wait to ignite punch them later. Although he was sure they were trying to find shoes in their sizes and he couldn’t understand why it was important to do that today.
“Ahh I can’t get this stupid thing right,” Aomine dropped his hands in frustration, his tie hanging limply around his neck.
Kagami stepped forward, having already fixed his tie, “Here, baka. Let me do it.”
Kuroko watched Kagami maneuver Aomine’s tie into place. He saw the look that Aomine gave to the other boy as well. It was soft and loving, something he never thought he would ever see on Aomine’s face. Finally, they both were presentable, minus their jackets of course. Before they could start though, Kuroko stepped forward.
“Kagami kun, Aomine kun, what are those on your feet?”
Both boys looked down and then grinned.
Aomine threw his arm over Kagami’s shoulder as he smiled, “They are Jordan’s Kuroko.”
“Yes I can tell that, Aomine kun. Why are you wearing basketball shoes to such an event?”
Kagami smiled brightly, “Did you expect something different, Kuroko?”
Kuroko shook his head and stepped back out of the way, wondering why he had bothered to ask in the first place. As the ceremony started, Aomine and Kagami turned to face one another, the minister starting to talk. They were smiling wide, only looking at each other, and actually holding hands. They weren’t paying much attention to what the minister was saying, except when it was time to respond. All they saw was each other, and it was blatantly apparent to the crowd gathered that they were impatiently waiting for the end.
“You may now kiss.”
Aomine smirked as he gripped his husband, “Fuckin finally.”
Their lips met as they held each other tight, not willing to let go until they heard Kuroko clear his throat next to them. Breaking apart only enough to breathe, they pressed their foreheads together.
Aomine whispered as he looked into Kagami’s eyes, “I love you, Taiga.”
Kagami’s eyes started glistening as he whispered back, “I love you, Daiki.”