“The Wedding Officiant Will Make You Feel Sexy”
A bride in a blue dress has her hands behind her back as her groom arrives for his wedding ceremony in a large, white gown.
But the bride’s dress is adorned with a tiny black box of balloons.
The officiant is wearing a white dress with a matching white dress top, and she’s also wearing an outfit that looks more like an outfit for an adult than an officiant for a wedding.
It’s a pretty clear homage to the popular holiday tradition of the bride taking on a wedding dress to be officiated by a stranger.
But what’s the point of this if you can’t even see who’s officiating?
The ceremony itself, which is supposed to be a celebration of the wedding, feels like a mishmash of traditions, all tied together by the fact that it’s a holiday.
It’s not a holiday at all.
The bride is dressed in white and the officiant in white, but they’re both white.
As for the decorations, well, it’s not exactly a wedding—the decorations are mostly black and white and have little to no meaning beyond the fact they’re white.
But it is a holiday and it’s the officiating that makes the wedding special.
The groom, who’s dressed in a white gown, arrives with a white box of white balloons in hand.
The bride and groom embrace as the wedding gown floats in the air.
“I’m here to make sure your wedding is perfect,” the officant tells the bride, and they kiss.
At first, the wedding reception looks like a normal, celebratory ceremony.
But soon the bride and the groom get their first taste of the holiday atmosphere.
They both laugh, take selfies, and exchange small talk.
After the wedding is over, the bride gets her dress back, and the wedding dress is draped over the bride in her white dress.
This photo, taken by a couple from Australia, was taken at the wedding ceremony.
I know, this wedding isn’t the best.
I know, the officinator isn’t a real person.
But at least she’s wearing a dress and I’m wearing a wedding gown.
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