Headcanon: Inuyasha, Kagome and marriage.
Inuyasha didn’t think he could be married at first. After spending much of his life being cruelly reminded that he didn’t fit into either human or youkai societies, he thought marriage was just one of those things he’d never have the honor to experience.
So when he asked Kagome to stay with him forever, that was his attempt at a marriage proposal and in truth he thought that would be the end of it. But Kagome had other ideas!
Having none of his objections, Kagome went ahead and with the help of Sango and Miroku, planned for the wedding! Though Inuyasha was still apprehensive, especially when he heard that Kaede’s village would be in on it. Since it all felt so wrong because he still considered himself the outsider.
But it was Myouga that helped settle his fears some. By reminding Inuyasha that his father who was a full demon and yet still faced social pressures, went ahead and followed human marriage customs when he wed Izayoi. The story instilled a little bravery into the hanyou.
When the big day finally came the wedding was in full shinto tradition, attended by all the villagers along with friends both human and youkai gathered beneath the broad branches of the Goshenboku. All together it was a bigger affair than Inuyasha could have ever dared to imagine. But he was happy, not just to see Kagome in a gorgeous wedding kimonos loaned to her, but because at long last he did not feel like an outcast.