Christmas in London: A Christmas Wedding Part 4
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Christmas In London: A Christmas Wedding Part 4

The wedding day is finally here!

Christmas In London: A Christmas Wedding Part 4

Even with all the storm and the extra work that Kennedy, Greyson and their families had been through to get everything set for the wedding, the day had finally come. The snowstorm had set them back a lot, but all of their out of town guests were able to make it into town.

After many calls and rearrangements, Kennedy and Greyson were able to get all of their wedding preparations done and at their venue. Even with all of the extra stress, both Greyson and Kennedy were so excited for their wedding day. They had both waited so long for this day to come and emotion was at an all-time high.

Kennedy was up early with her bridesmaids as they were all getting ready for the wedding. The same went for Greyson and his groomsmen, except they weren't up as early as the girls. Everything was going quite well, despite everything that had happened leading up to this day. But isn't that how these things tend to go. While they were getting ready, Jess stood up and said "Kennedy, the girls and I got together and got you a little present to use as you and Greyson begin your new life together.

You are both so important to all of us and we wish you the best in your marriage." Jess handed Kennedy a small package wrapped in white paper embellished with little snowflakes. As Kennedy unwrapped it, she held back tears, with all of the wedding day emotions and the fact that her friends had come together after all they had done for her and got her a present. She was speechless. Once the wrapping was off, she examined the book that her friends had gotten her. It was a travel journal.

"This is so you and Greyson can take time for each other and travel and you can document it," Jess said as she smiled at her best friend. "Oh thank you!" Kennedy said as she got up and hugged all of her bridesmaids. Once they were all ready, it was time for the wedding to start and for Kennedy to find her father.

Kennedy knocked on the door to the room where he was waiting for her. As she walked in, her father broke down in tears. "My beautiful baby girl. You look so gorgeous!" He said through tears. This made Kennedy start to tear up. "Oh, dad! I am just so happy you guys were able to be here for this." "We wouldn't miss it for the world peanut." He said as he kissed her on the cheek. Through the doors, they heard the wedding march start to play. "Are you ready?" Her father asked as he offered his arm to Kennedy. "Let's do this!" Kennedy said as she took his arm and got ready to walk down the aisle to marry Greyson.

The double doors of the church opened and the aisle was covered with rose petals as Kennedy and her father walked down the aisle. Kennedy looked up and saw Greyson for the first time. He was smiling bigger than she had ever seen and he was crying. Greyson couldn't help but smile as tears slid down his cheeks when Kennedy walked down the aisle. She was always beautiful, but this was the most beautiful she had ever been. He could not wait to marry her and was so ecstatic that she was going to be his wife.

Kennedy's father gave her away and Greyson took her hands and helped her up to the altar. After saying their vows, Greyson and Kennedy smiled at each other as it came time for them to say I do. "Greyson, do you take Kennedy to be your wedded wife?" asked the Officiant. " I do," Greyson said as he smiled at Kennedy. "And Kennedy, do you take Greyson to be your wedded husband?" "I do," Kennedy said with a smile on her face and love in her eyes. "Then by the power invested in me, I pronounce you man and wife. Greyson, you may kiss your bride."

Greyson and Kennedy smiled at each other as he pulled her in for a big kiss. They were officially married and when they parted, love was present in both of their eyes as they walked back down the aisle a married couple. When they stopped just outside the main doors to the church, light snow had started to fall. "I love you, my lovely wife," Greyson said as he wrapped her in a hug. "And I love you, my wonderful husband," Kennedy said as their family and friends surrounded them and they all watched the snowfall of Christmas Eve.

Greyson and Kennedy had finally gotten their white Christmas wedding and they couldn't have been happier!

Stay tuned next week to see what adventure Greyson and Kennedy go on as their first married adventure!

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