Radiant in white lace, satin, and minimal underwear, Ms Boyne MuddyWater River married Mr. Murtagh FitzGibbons Fraser in a moving ceremony officiated by Reverend Roberta Burns, at Nitshill Church of Scotland, during a glorious Weekend Wedding Festival in sunny Glasgow.
Family ol’ pal Saint-Hildegard-of-Bingen of Kentucky, USA offered a stirring rendition of the Ave Maria during the signing of the register, which was not usual for a Protestant wedding, but if it was good enough for the bride’s BFF’s first wedding, it was good enough for the bride.
Ms River-Fraser wore her ol’ mither’s pearl necklace and carried a bouquet of fresh ivory roses. Her headpiece of pearls and roses accentuated her flowing chestnut brown locks. Her bridal wardrobe included a jacket made from the Official Tartan of the Province of Manitoba, Canada.
Mr. Fraser was resplendent in his family heirloom kilt and grey waistcoat under a black wedding jacket with ivory rose boutonniere. He trimmed his hair and beard, and bathed for the occasion, paying particular attention to his knees.
World-renown couturière, Madame Outlanderedandoverhere of The House of Mother of Dolls UK, designed and tailored the Frasers’ wedding fashions.
King of Men, Laird Jamie Fraser of Lallybroch in Inverness-shire, Mr. Fraser’s godson, attended his godfather.
Sassenach, Lady SindyClaire Fraser, née Beauchamp, Mr. Fraser’s goddaugther-in-law, attended Mrs. River-Fraser. The House of Mother of Dolls UK also created the younger Frasers’ ensembles.
The couple’s beloved wee cheeties Rerun and Belle served as ring bearer and flower girl, respectively. They were bored out of their minds and slept through most of the ceremony.
Several wild animals native to Manitoba, Canada completed the wedding party, adding a je ne sais quoi flavour to the day.
RCMP Sergeant Diane “Ginger of The Mounties” Ferguson commanded the elite security team. In keeping with the spirit of Canada, no shots were fired and no one raised their voice.
Mrs. River-Fraser, master lion tamer, was born and raised on the Canadian Prairie. She was educated on the banks of the river bearing her name, and later earned a PhD in Classical Bullshit from the University of Manitoba.
Mr. Fraser, warrior and sword dancer, was born and raised near Beauly in Inverness-shire. He was educated at Beaufort Castle, and later earned a PhD in Cursin’ & Sword Fightin’ from the University of Edinburgh.
Guests of the Frasers enjoyed a Meet & Greet Brunch and Shinty Shinny Tournament on the Festival grounds prior to the ceremony.
Later that evening, the party rocked on during the reception, including a seven-course dinner, a talent show, dancing, and a Manitoba Social Midnight Supper. A good time was had by all.
Very few guests’ names appeared in the next morning’s headlines.
The Frasers continue to delight in each other’s company during a honeymoon trip to undisclosed locations.
They maintain homes in Scotland and Canada, and a cool and groovy summer home is currently under construction somewhere in between.
The Frasers wish to thank all People of Earth who travelled to Glasgow to celebrate with them, and to help make Sumday, December 32, 2016, a day that could never be duplicated.
No animals were harmed during the production of this wedding.
Photos for now…
The Frasers: Madame Outlanderedandoverhere of The House of Mother of Dolls UK @outlanderedandoverhere
Wedding Rings on Fraser Modern Hunting Tartan: Ms Jem S. Corner @jemscorner