And there they were – the newlyweds. She with her lacy white gown, her hair elegantly coifed and carrying a bouquet of exquisite roses, lavenders, carnation, hyacinths and scented geranium, tied with beaded ribbons. He with his charcoal merino wool suit, with a vest, matching her dress, and a pocket watch from his great grandfather. People greeted them with cheers and sparklers. A toast was made for their bright future, music was played by a band and people sat down for dinner. The menu was a combination of the couple’s favourite dishes with bottles of red or white wines on the tables. The evening went on, people dancing, drinking and eating, friends saw each other after a long time and relatives from different parts of the world came to share the celebration. It was a successful evening.
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