hotel banquet room

anonymous asked:

Can you please make Rakuzan headcanons about: (1)their wedding,(2)dealing with their s/o's pregancy? Thank you very much!!

RAKUZAN HEADCANONS // WEDDING [There will be another post on s/o pregnancy since this one got very long.]

Akashi

  • The wedding venue is extremely fancy and luxurious. The ceremony is placed within a traditional setting (because the Akashi family, I would imagine, is very traditional). The reception, however, is in an enclosed area in one of the mountains.
    • Lots of string lights and velvet! It’ll be a fall wedding, so it’s not too hot or cold. 
    • Akashi enjoys the maroon color scheme, so he wears a burgundy suit and his groomsmen wear gray. 
  • Akashi lets you plan the wedding because he’s a gentleman who LOVES to please you even if he can easily afford a wedding planner.
    • ACTUALLY, every little thing goes through you, and then through Akashi because he enjoys making everything perfect.
  • Akashi lowkey cried inside his mind when he saw you on your wedding day because he thought you were SO beautiful in your traditional garb. 
    • “I’m so lucky,” he whispered to himself, and Kuroko overheard and sniggered. Then, Akashi turned beet red af. 

Mibuchi 

  • Wedding would be in a nice hotel banquet room, and everything is SILVER decorated because Mibuchi is all about aesthetics. 
    • He wears a brilliant white suit, with purple accents, and is just overjoyed with happiness that he is getting married. 
    • He goes around to the guests, saying things like “I’m getting married today!” and basically jumping around and twirling. 
  • Mibuchi and you planned the wedding a year in advance and you both were REALLY into the color scheme, but let the wedding planner take care of the little details.
    • You both picked out a simple white cake with purple roses (because y’all super fancy) and Mibuchi makes the photographer take a TON of pictures of you both in front of it before it gets eaten. 
  • Mibuchi teared up hardcore during the vows, but he calmed himself down during the reception and even did some jokes!!!
    • This cutie planned a wedding surprise with some bridesmaids and groomsmen and surprised you with a mini-flash mob. 

Hayama

  • Hayama was super psyched about the honeymoon, rather than the wedding ceremony because he is an impatient child and only wants to have fun, and weddings are always a drag.
    • You made your ceremony very short and extended the reception (which took place outside in a secluded flower field)
    • All the signs and name placards were wooden with beautiful calligraphy. When you both were going through wedding magazines, Hayama LOVED the wooden sign aesthetics and that was his ONLY request for the wedding. 
  • Hayama doesn’t really care what he wears and took the wedding not very seriously, until his speech at the reception, in which he got SUPER cheesy and his heartfelt words made you shed a couple tears.
  • The dancing is the BEST part because Hayama is super hyperactive, but he hired an amazing DJ so everyone had such a fun time dancing.
    • There were multiple dancing circles, in which Hayama was the center of attention.
    • Of course, at the end of the night, the music began to slow down and he took you in his arms and just swayed you to the music and everyone was like “Awwwww.” 

Nebuya

  • Nebuya’s family is surprisingly very traditional, so you wore the traditional garb during the ceremony and shed it all off for some eating fun during the reception. 
  • He took care of the menu, while you took care of the aesthetics. 
    • Literally, there are appetizers for EVERYTHING and that’s a good thing because Nebuya’s family has as big of an appetite as he does. 
    • He even bakes his own cookies with you (yes, you guys did this two nights before the wedding because you couldn’t sleep) 
  • You and Nebuya actually have a lot of time on your hands, since you hired a wedding planner to take care of literally everything, so one night you both created cute chalkboard signs for everything. 
  • Nebuya wore a gray suit and he looked SO good in it since he always dresses in athletic wear. BUT when he saw you, he literally fan-boyed so hard and was like “OMG I’m getting married…to that gorgeous person!” and couldn’t get his eyes off you. 

Mayuzumi 

  • Mayuzumi didn’t have a large family and neither did you, so your wedding was in a very secluded art studio, courtesy of your art friends.
    • Mayuzumi and you hung around a very “hipster” crowd, and they helped you plan your wedding out from A to Z. To compliment Mayuzumi’s silver hair, the aesthetics were mainly white, with floral and nature elements. 
  • Mayuzumi wrote out your vows, since you both were not religious in any way. He made it extremely poetic and portrayed his dedication to you. 
    • He lowkey choked up while writing them, but it took him like TWENTY tries with his best groomsman to practice so he didn’t end up sobbing during the ceremony. 
  • The banquet reception was more a social mingling, with a lot of close family and friends delivering speeches and basically recapping great memories of you both as a couple. 
    • MAYUZUMI DID A POETRY READING. LIKE. HE WROTE A POEM ABOUT YOU AND READ IT AS DEDICATION.
    • And afterwards, everyone toasted with champagne and you had your traditional first dance as a married couple and your friends gave everyone flower petals and they threw it on you both ;_; /cries in cuteness/
A Calzona advent calendar - December 18th

Red lipstick. 

They were at the hospital’s annual holiday party – there were drinks, there was food, all their friends and coworkers were there – and all Arizona could think about was red lipstick. 

Namely, the precise shade of red that her wife had applied to her lips shortly before they left the house that evening. Victory Red, she was pretty sure it was called, not that she had that memorized or anything. It was Callie’s favourite shade of lip colour, even though she didn’t wear it all that often, but when she did put it on for special occasions it did things to Arizona’s insides that she was pretty sure could be classified as a serious medical condition. 

Because it looked sexy as hell on the dark haired woman. It was irresistible.

Arizona glanced around the large hotel banquet room in search of her wife, who she’d lost only minutes ago as she went to replenish their drinks. She wasn’t at the bar, but Arizona’s eyes quickly honed in on her and found her chatting with one of the ER nurses, their two glasses of wine held carefully in her hands. 

Callie had opted for a simple black dress that evening – a closely tailored, strapless number that cut just down to her cleavage and ended at her knees, with the tiniest hint of sparkle throughout the fabric. Paired with her low heels and that bright red lipstick, she was easily the most striking figure in the room – the most beautiful woman in any room, if Arizona was honest. And as much as Arizona was enjoying the night with their colleagues and friends…every time her eyes landed on the brunette she couldn’t help but imagine an entirely different kind of party the two of them could be having. 

She made her way over to the woman in question and was greeted with a bright smile, which only served to make her look that much more incredible. She handed Arizona her glass of wine and excused herself from her conversation with nurse Allison, and when the other woman walked away Callie leaned in to whisper in Arizona’s ear. 

“I saw you staring at me, you know.”

She smiled almost coyly, her eyes meeting Arizona’s as she slowly took a sip of her wine. 

“That’s because you look incredible.”

Arizona murmured softly, taking a sip of her own wine as she let their shoulders meet. Callie’s hair was getting long again too – and as much as Arizona had loved the short, edgy style she’d come home with last winter…as a silky wave of hair tickled the bare skin of her shoulder she couldn’t help the shiver that ran through her. Callie looked sideways, seemingly oblivious, and she smiled at the compliment. 

“I clean up alright.”

“Are you kidding?”

Arizona let her eyes take in Callie’s profile again, turning toward her and reaching up to lightly tuck a bit of hair back behind her ear. Her eyes landed on the red lipstick again and she felt her heart flutter in her chest, a surge of attraction shooting through her entire body. 

“You’re the most stunning woman in the room. You’re the most stunning woman in most rooms.”

Brown eyes met blue and for a moment, Callie looked completely and utterly awed. She smiled at Arizona again, and this time, her face simply lit up the room – she was, quite simply, breathtaking, in more ways than the blonde could even begin to explain. And with that final look, Arizona couldn’t hold it in any longer. Taking Callie’s hand, she leaned in close and pressed a kiss to the corner of those oh-so-perfect red lips. 

“Come with me.”

“Where are we going?”

Callie knew the look in the blonde’s eyes better than she knew herself – and she followed, a grin tugging at her lips as she watched Arizona abandon her glass at the bar. Callie did the same with hers as the other woman practically pushed past some of their colleagues and pulled her toward the door to the lobby, and she squeezed the hand in hers when she didn’t yet get a reply. 

“Arizona…”

“We’re getting a room.”

The minute they were out of the banquet hall and around the corner, the smaller woman backed her wife against the wall and pressed a heated kiss to her lips. She traced Callie’s bottom lip with her tongue and immediately deepened the kiss when granted permission, only pulling away with a breathless sigh moments later when she’d finally gotten the taste she’d been waiting for all evening. 

“We’re getting a room. Now.”

Arizona licked her lips, a smirk crossing her face as she reached up to trace her thumb along the corner of the brunette’s mouth. 

“And honey, you need to reapply your lipstick.”

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