Who: Jimmy, Mike, Open to all SSR (BOYT) When: Backdated June 30th Where: Church & then Murphy's house What: Wedding bells Rating: Possibly adult at times
The church was beautiful and full of family. The old ladies really pulled out all the stops, well Mama Murphy did. Jimmy's mother had her hand in it, but Mama made sure things got done. Groomsmen walked maids of honor down the isle, and all stood next to Mike at the front as he stood nervously excited before the priest. It was clear to everyone in the room that he lost his ability to breath for a moment when he saw his bride step into view. Jasmine donned a white, frilly outfit that thankfully included pants and not a dress. It was a compromise she'd made with her mother- a few of those happened. Also she did look striking in it, and despite being pants were still girlie enough for Mrs. Wise. Mr. Wise looked ecstatic to be walking his daughter down the isle and Jimmy herself didn't even seem to mind all eyes on her- normally that would make her awkward unless it were a race situation.
The two of them exchanged vows and rings and kissed with a true passion that seemed to brighten the room. Tears were shed left and right, Mama Murphy and Mrs. Wise clung to each other as they watched their kids 'finally get together'.
The reception was at the Murphy house, where decorations may have been sparse, the food, music and family energy was strong. All the traditional wedding things were done, speeches, first dances, etc. But all in all, it was just one big party. At the church, cuts were off, but once at the reception they were put back on. Jimmy herself changed into something more her style but still had a feminine flair to appease her mother- of course she wore her cut as well.
The party went on until all hours of the night, the Murphy's didn't seem to mind, Alan Sr. stayed out until Mama dragged his half drunk, half asleep ass to bed. Those who didn't live close enough to walk home just crashed at the house on the floor or couches. Like all weddings and celebrations... it was a night to remember- or forget thanks to drinking too much.