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something old, something new (something borrowed, something blue) by coalitiongirl

“Of course.” Regina’s smile gets strained, as it always does when Killian comes up. Emma thinks of Regina in hell, (to be honest, you’re too good for Hook), and she doesn’t think Regina will ever adjust to Killian as everyone else has.

“This isn’t your house,” Killian says defiantly. “When the real Regina tells me to go–”

“She won’t. She’s trying to be noble ,” Future Regina says, and Regina clenches her jaw together. “She’d smile through your whole wedding if she thought it’d make Emma happy. I remember.”

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When I was a kid, I had an imaginary friend. The raggedy Doctor. My raggedy Doctor. But he wasn’t imaginary. He was real. I remember you! I remember! I brought the others back, I can bring you home, too. Raggedy man, I remember you, and you are late for my wedding! I found you. I found you in words, like you knew I would. That’s why you told me the story - the brand new, ancient blue box. Oh, clever. Very clever. Something old. Something new. Something borrowed. Something blue. OK, Doctor. Did I surprise you this time? Er, yeah. Completely astonished. Never expected that.

Moffat Appreciation Week: Series 5

  • Me: *walks down the aisle @my wedding carrying a pile of books*
  • The groom: What is this?
  • Me: It says "Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue." This is the oldest book I have. And this other one I bought yesterday. The third one I borrowed from a friend. And the fourth one is blue. Do you have any better ideas?
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something old, something new (something borrowed, something blue)
By Organization for Transformative Works

Written for Swan Queen Week Day 6: Trapped in an AU.

Henry blinks at them. “Mom. Mom…Mom,” he says, eyes flickering from Emma to Regina to his future mothers, who are still holding hands. “Mom. Something you want to tell me?”

“They’re from the future,” Regina says.

“They’re married,” Emma says. “To each other.” She’s still standing in the middle of the room, utterly discombobulated.

Henry rolls his eyes. “Duh. Can I go get my Playstation?”

Requested

Getting married to Draco would include:

  • It’s the wedding of the century
  • All heart strings and violins; something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue; the day they never thought they’d make it to
  • And Draco is nervous as he straightens his tie
  • He’s lived through a war but he can’t ever remember his stomach being tied up in knots like it is now, all sweaty palms and muddled vows on a parchment shoved deep in his pocket
  • He doesn’t deserve her
  • And yet his ring is on her finger and his name is in her mouth and he doesn’t know/isn’t quite sure how he’d ever managed to get so lucky
  • The altar is in his mother’s rose gardens; silks draped from the marble columns and a crystal chandelier catching prism lights
  • The strings are crooning as he stands beneath it, counts the number of heartbeats until the doors will open and the Bride’s march will begin. It feels like the countdown to a new era of his life: all bright lights and lipsticked smiles, hums caught in guests throats and rose petals blooming in the spring breeze
  • When he finally sees her -
  • His heart is in his mouth, on his sleeve; every promise, kiss, uncertainty building up to this moment now
  • Because she’s beautiful. White lace and diamonds at pulse points, soft smile and fluttering eyes, something worth opening his eyes for
  • He holds her hands, traces the burns on her fingers from the Fiendfyre, remembers how he’d kept her close every second of the war and now, now they’re finally here
  • He’d entertained fantasies of dying sixth year
  • He’s glad that he didn’t, now
  • Now, as she clasps his fingers and recites her vows
  • Now, as he says, “I do,” and she slides a ring on his finger
  • Now, as he recites his vows and thinks of the letter in his pocket
  • Now, as she’s saying, “I do” and he’s sliding a ring on her finger
  • Now, as they’re being pronounced husband and wife and he’s kissing her, kissing her like he had during the last moments of the final battle and it feels like the whole world is falling into place
  • Draco Malfoy marries Y/N in the spring
  • But, really, that’s when his life began
On Iwaizumi's wedding day
  • Iwaizumi: What's this?
  • Oikawa: Your old Seijoh uniform. You know the saying, something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.
  • Iwaizumi: This is TEAL! And you can't give me a wedding gift if it's OUR wedding, moron!

Ok so I made this because I really wanted something for Kaider’s wedding….

We all know Cinder would prefer a smaller ceremony, but there a multiple reasons that would never happen 1) she’s a former queen marrying an emperor and 2) it’s an interplanetary marriage 3) Iko would kill Cinder for not letting her plan it.

SO…

Iko helped the seamstress, who made Cinder’s coronation gown, to make the wedding dress. Had she been able, Cinder would’ve cried the first time she tried it on.

The something old, something new tradition would carry on. Scarlet would lend Cinder Grand-mere’s pin for something old and something borrowed. The dress is new, and the shoes are blue.

Cress has a crescent moon necklace, and Winter a snowflake one. Everyone except Cinder would wear the gloves and bracelet in the bottom right corner (Iko and Kai both insisted they wear gloves)

And of course…Iko is the maid of honor

Fun Wedding Ideas

- Plan to dress exactly alike and announce “Well, one of us has to go change” at the altar.

- Wedding piñatas instead of a bouquet/garter toss. Stand by the piñata so when someone breaks it you can get the best candy.

- Have a dog bring the rings down the aisle. Share the first dance at the reception with dog. Have the whole wedding party made up of dogs. Dogs everywhere. Yes.

- Rather than throwing rice, have guests throw down instead.

- One partner wears the front half of a horse costume, and the other wears the bottom half. After the ceremony, join together as one horse and gallop down the aisle. Tell no one about the horse costume beforehand.

- “Something old, something new, something borrow, something blue” is so old hat. Make your wedding more modern by wearing “something gay, something rare, snomething (snake something) and a bear.”

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Colorshifted versions of MtG’s iconic creatures.

It only took something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue. (And white and black and red and green.) I honestly didn’t expect to have so much fun creating these, but sometimes one idea simply leads to the next and then the card just designs itself.

Anyway, I wish everyone a safe and awesome journey on the hype train towards Kaladesh!

SCORPION EP 3x23 FULL TITLE:

SPOILERS, BEWARE


The full title of Scorpion season 3 episode 23, the 1st episode of the 3-parter season finale (episodes 323 - 325), is “Something Burrowed, Something Blew” (ep 3x23) This ep is written by:  Aadrita Mukerji & Nick Santora, and Directed by: Christine Moore

source: RP’s twitter   RP’s twitter 

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Amy: “When I was a kid I had an imaginary friend. The Raggedy Doctor. My Raggedy Doctor. But he wasn’t imaginary. He was real. I remember you. I remember! I brought the others back, I can bring you home too. Raggedy Man, I remember you and you are late for my wedding! I found you. I found you in words like you knew I would. That’s why you told me the story. The brand new ancient blue box. Oh clever, very clever. Something old. Something new. Something borrowed. Something blue.”