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Disney Wedding Day – Part Nine

Disney Wedding Day – Part Nine
Disney Wedding - Photo by Root Photography

My memory of the thirty seconds directly following the ceremony is incredibly choppy…I don’t remember if people clapped as we exited the chapel. I suppose they must have, since they all had to stand up. It would be weird if we just ran down between a punch of people who were standing around, looking at us. I think there were also fake bells being played, even though Kyle didn’t hear them, because you can hear them on the video. What I do remember is Marion opening the doors for us and then telling us to go into the bridal room across from the chapel. We ducked into the tiny little salon and were silent for about five seconds before there was a complete explosion of talking…

“Oh my GOD, how weird was that?”
“So weird, so weird…did you even see my face?
“Did you even see my eye? It was twitching like crazy!”
“I can’t even believe that, that was so weird.”
“It just started twitching and I was, like, glad it’s on this side and not the other because of all the pictures.”
“I don’t even know if he said everything. Did he say everything?”
“I think so, but it felt like everything was out of order. Do we both still have our rings?”
“I’ve got mine.”
“Mine, too. Oh, did you see that seagull? It was freaking out!”
“No, but did you see our parents? I thought everyone was going to cry and I was, like, we totally should have gotten those little packets of Kleenex.”
“There wasn’t time to cry.”
“Do you think anyone is crying now?”
“Oh, like, because it just caught up to them?”
“Yeah”

The door burst open suddenly and Marion popped her head in. She smiled at us and told us that they were lining everyone up outside…and then she said, “So have your special moment” in her cute little Scottish accent and then she was gone.

Kyle and I looked at each other. It had just dawned on us that we were supposed to be having an amazingly romantic moment, instead of a caffeine-fueled friendly chat. There was a little bit of silence while we both tried to think of something to say. Finally, Kyle smiled and…

Marion came back in and ushered us out into the rows and rows of bubble-wielding wedding guests. It’s bugged me ever since! I have no idea what Kyle was about to say, but I have the feeling that it would have been sweet and wonderful…

Disney Wedding - Photo by Root Photography
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2 Comments

  • Reply -J.Darling

    Maybe he’ll write it down for you someday? Or better yet – a vow renewal. 😉

    March 3, 2009 at 6:47 pm
  • Reply Wedding Day – Part Eight | Magical Day Weddings | A Wedding Atlas Fan Site for Disney Weddings

    […] I don’t know. I wish I could give you a more interesting account of what I was feeling during the ceremony, but it was a weird combination of vacant and overfilled. I jumped around between feeling like I was having an out of body experience and feeling like Kyle and I were the only people in the room and everyone else was holographic. I think the easiest way to sum up what I was feeling is to take a moment out of the ceremony, in which I believe Rev. Knox was offering a prayer. Kyle and I were looking at each other and I had the clearest thought…so clear that for a second I thought that I had spoken the words out loud: I marry you, I marry you, I marry you. NEXT: Part Nine (Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Morgan) […]

    June 12, 2012 at 4:05 pm
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