Happy Holidays, Inspy Romance Readers! I’ve just spent the weekend at a family wedding in Birmingham, Alabama! It was just so beautiful. The ceremony was outdoors on a ranch with horses, and the rehearsal took place in the beautifully refurbished barn.
There were some fun things I hadn’t seen before, like a corn hole game that all the guests were to sign, a selfie both where you attached your phone, a few barn games out back. Like all weddings, the food, cake, and music occupied their places. And I always get teary eyed at the ceremony. When I saw the father of the bride (my nephew) almost lose it walking down the aisle, the tears flowed. Pretty much every man or women in the audience did the same. Of course, the bride and groom were precious! The smiles, the starry-eyed looks, and love abounded. (My own groom and I below.)
Goodness, I love a fun wedding! So…in many of my novels, I often go ahead and have an epilogue where my characters tie the knot. Several have been beach weddings, some church weddings, some venue weddings. It’s just so much fun to let them have their full happily-ever-after, which is kind of funny, because I had a really short engagement and a sort of low-frills wedding. I was just not that into to planning one, other than having a pretty white dress for myself. Maybe novel weddings are easier to plan and cost me a lot less?
I won’t tell you if there’s a wedding in my novel coming out December 16th. You’ll have to read it! But I’d love to know what do you think about novel weddings? Do you love? Hate? Don’t care? Do you have any favorite novel weddings that come to mind? Any funny stories about your own wedding? Can I use them in a book, ha?
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