the wedding part


Goryeo’s Best Dressed: Hae Soo as the King’s Woman

meme themed wedding
  • invitations are the dos equis meme “i don’t always have a wedding, but when i do i’m inviting you”
  • during the ceremony, they play we are number one but every one is replaced by a cute anecdote about the couple
  • “average couple has 8 memes at their wedding is actually a statistical error. [name] and [name] who insisted on 10,000 memes at this wedding, are outliers adn should not have been counted”
  • ring-bearer dressed as socially awkward penguin, trips and drops the rings
  • couple wear fedoras, talk about how euphoric they are to get married
  • vows “i, [name], do take thee [name] to never give you up, never let you down, never run around and desert you, never make you cry, never say goodbye, never tell a lie and hurt you”
  • before solemnising the marriage, the officiant says “if anyone knows of any lawful impediment to the marriage, they should REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE”
  • at the end, if one or both of the people getting married is a woman, the officiant says “tfw no gf, because she’s you’re wife now.” if both are boys or enbies, say “tfw no gf, because you have a husband/ spouse instead”
Cheap Dress Thrills

Story Summary: You recruit your roommates to go dress shopping with you when your friend and bride-to-be Natasha is unable to go. Inspired by the episode of Friends titled ‘The One with the Cheap Wedding Dress’ [Part of the Friends Like Ours one shot series]. 

Word Count: 2,344

A/N: Hope you guys enjoy it :)

Originally posted by gaygalaxys

Entering the living room, you saw your roommates all seated at the couch with blank stares, their eyes fixated on the television screen. Still wearing their pajamas, they watched an episode of Extreme Couponing attentively as you grabbed some coffee from the kitchen.

“Where are you going?” Bucky questioned suddenly, gazing at your attire as you turned to look at him. “Are you going to the gym or something?”

“Nope, I am going dress shopping with Natasha today,” you revealed with a smile. “There’s this big sale going on at this wedding dress store and the gown that she wants is selling for a bargain.” The guys gave you odd looks and you couldn’t help to return the same expression. “Why are you guys looking at me like that?”

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27 Dresses (Part 1)

27 Dresses (Part 1)

Steve x Reader, Bucky x Reader AU

Summary – You are the epitome of “always a bridesmaid, never a bride.”  You think you know what love is, but sometimes you can’t see what’s right in front of you.  

Warnings – Alcohol, sexual innuendos and some angst

Word Count -  1,961

Notes – This is the first part of my fic for Stark Tower’s Movie Challenge.  I’m sticking to the basic plot of 27 Dresses, if you’ve seen the movie, but I’m adding a bit of twist to make it my own. The wedding disaster in this part actually happened to friend of mine this summer so I thought it would be fun to include some real wedding mishaps to make things interesting. I hope you enjoy!  As always, your feedback is greatly appreciated!!

*Special thank you to the lovely ladies at the Avengers Trash Tower for allowing me to use them as my “brides!” This one is for you, Amberly @marvelingatthewonder!

*Special tag: @stories-from-stark-tower

Part 1  

Series Masterlist


Originally posted by sincerelysaraahh

You were standing at the back of the church, your white gown flowing around you as your dad walked toward you.  The smile on his face and the tears in his eyes told you how much he loved you without him having to say a word.  He extended his arm and you looped yours through, the other hand holding the bouquet of pale pink calla lilies, cream colored roses, and minty grey succulents.  

The doors of the church opened and all of your friends and family rose as the string quartet began playing Pachelbel’s Canon in D. Your sister was a vision in the cream colored dress she had chosen to wear as your maid of honor, her vibrant red hair complimented by the soft, subtle hue.  Your best friend, Wanda, was right beside her in a beautiful shade of pink. You had chosen to alternate your bridesmaids in shades of cream, pink, and grey to match the bouquets you each held.

As you walked down the aisle, your eyes eventually found the reason why you were here that day.  Him.  The love of your life.  The man of your dreams.  Steven Grant Rogers.  He was absolutely dashing in his light grey suit.  He was smiling at you as though you were the only woman in the world.  Your heart swelled along with the music as you grew nearer to him.

Wanda suddenly appeared in front of you waving her hands to get your attention.  You were confused.  Why would she be interrupting you wedding day like this?

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Your Wedding dress + Venue




“Is it too much for him?” you asked your best friend as the saleswoman placed a beautiful sheer veil upon your head.

“Are you kidding me? Too much? He’ll be worried because he will not only see his wife but the hottest woman on earth in front of him.” She squealed happily.

And it was true; the moment he saw you his heart beat a little faster, and he realized just how lucky he was.

“I think the woods would be a great location for our wedding, babe.” You heard Derek mumble as his eyes diverted from the screen to your eyes.

“The woods? Like, the ones you run in and become all scary in?” You weren’t mad, just worried about the supernatural taking an interest in your wedding ceremony.

“It’s my second home. I want to feel connected to the earth where my ancestors fought for people like me to have the ability to get married to someone who accepts me.”

And so it was done. Once all your guests had arrived, your maid of honor was able to surround the premises in mountain ash, so nothing could come in and ruin your fairytale. Of course, Stiles had no issue brushing it all off when the festivities were over.


“Wow, girl. Brett has an amazing sense of style.” You heard Lydia say as she saw you wearing the dress that he wanted you to try on.

“I know. It’s beautiful. I’ll just have to tell him it didn’t fit, or that I didn’t like it.”

“Why?” She asked with a long laugh.

“Because this is the dress I’m walking down the isle in and its bad luck for the groom to see the bride in her dress before the wedding, hm?” You responded, knowing your fiance knew you way too well.



“Okay, don’t tell Y//N, but I am totally getting married in here.” Brett told his best man as he bounced his lacrosse ball off the wall.

“Bro, it’s like totally abandoned.” Brett heard his friend say.

“Nah, give it some love and a wicked makeover, and you will find the venue of your dreams. Let’s buy it.”

“Alright,man…let’s find the owners.”

And he did find them. They were confused, but boy did he make you happy with the most beautiful location ever.


“You know, getting married in Mexico is crazy. But no, you’re also flying all your guests over in two days AND planning your wedding in three days while you’re on vacation.” You heard your best friend say over the phone as she was on the plane from France to Cancun, where your beloved Isaac had proposed to you only a week ago. It was sudden, but he wanted to get married to you as soon as possible; even if that meant during a short two week stop in Mexico before your flight to Beacon Hills. 

“I know, kid. I just love him so much, and its pretty exciting as well.” You explained as you grabbed a beautiful white dress off the rack.

“I think I just found my dress…” You said before she could even reply.

“Really? Snapchat it to me you gorgeous idiot!” You heard her whisper-yell, knowing she would be much louder if she wasn’t on a plane.

So you did, and she agreed. That, my friend, was your dress.

Tomorrow was your wedding, and all your guests had arrived. The only issue was, there was no venue. You and Isaac had spend hours searching for an easy venue, yet most were booked or had a long process for renting. You decided to take a stop at a cute little beachside restaurant. The view was beautiful, and it was jam packed since the area was quite a tourist hub. You were eating, when Isaac let out a long laugh.

“Babe, that’s my old 5th-grade teacher!” You heard Isaac say as he nodded toward an older man who was making his way over to you two. 

“Isaac Lahey, well if it isn’t you! You still look just like the young troublesome lad from all those years ago. How are you son?”

Isaac laughed and grinned excitedly, introducing you before explaining how you two were only visiting for your wedding.

“Say, why don’t I take some good cuisine I’ve learned from my time here in Mexico for your wedding. Where is it at?” He asked before chucking and resting his hands on his hips.

“We actually don’t know, we haven’t been able to find an affordable and quick venue. It might just be in the middle of the desert.” Isaac said with a chuckle. You were quiet, letting them reconnect and enjoy each other.

“Well consider that a non-issue. I’ll rent out this place to you guys in exchange for an ability to cater the wedding.

“Oh, sir…you own this place? You are way too generous. Thank you!” You said before letting a small tear roll down your cheek from all the excitement.

“Mister.Kendrick, I will forever be grateful. I don’t know how to repay you. This is a dream come true, because your restaurant is more that my fiance and I have ever dreamt of!” 

The old man just laughed and patted Isaacs back, before giving you a cheeky smile.

“A wedding is a gift. And one day, I just wish you will bring your children and remind them of that.” He said.

You have never been happier.