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Her mom was standing behind her helping her slip her dress over her head. She held her hair up and fixed it once the dress was on and fixed to where it should be.
“You look beautiful, honey.” Her mother said, straightening out her corsage on her wrist and getting her daughters bouquet off of the table next to where they were standing.
She took a deep breath and looked at herself in the mirror. Her hair was perfect, her makeup was also perfect. She looked stunning and ready to get married. Ready to give herself fully to this man that she had loved since they were both young children. He was the one she wanted to be with for the rest of her life. She had no doubts about that.
“Hey baby, are you ready?” her father asked, peeking into the room she was getting dressed in. The smile on his face didn’t waver when he looked at his oldest daughter.
“Yah daddy, I think I’m ready. How do I look?” she asked, twirling around in a circle so that he could get the full effect.
He breathed in a deep breath and sighed, tears forming at the corners of his eyes. “You look beautiful. More beautiful than I could have ever imagined.” He replied walking towards her and giving her a big hug and kiss on the cheek.
She took his hand as he led her to the front of the church where all of the bridesmaids were waiting for her. They all gasped as she made a stop in front of the doors. Her sister came up to her and gave her a big hug.
“You look amazing.” She whispered in her ear, giving her a peck on the cheek. Spencer pulled away.
“Thank you, you guys look great too. Wow Ash, I can’t believe we were actually able to get you into a dress.” She said, smiling at her best friend.
Ashley shook her head. “Spencer, you owe me so big for this one. You’re lucky I love you.” She replied, a big smile on her face.
The music in the sanctuary of the church began and the doors opened. The bridesmaids matched up with their proper groomsman and walked down the aisle, forming two lines down near the alter. Her father looked at her once again and smiled. “Are you ready for this?” he asked, his eyes staring her down slightly.