[[Welcome all to the wedding of Creon and Elyon de Neverse. This Run-On will be conducted into four phases: Arrival, The Ceremony, Reception, and of course the after party. Each invited guest is allotted one post per phase and are encouraged to interact with all who are present. There are no word limits but I ask that you keep them reasonably moderate. There is a subjective time limit availability for each post in order to avoid the story lingering into obscurity. I hope you all enjoy yourselves in this cherished story of fun and matrimony.]]
Villa de Neverse
Pigments of yellow, red, orange and brown decorate the foliage of a crisp autumn. The sunset sky painted a pale tint of orange and purple that highlighted the deep blue lake near the estate. Its columns were coated with sheer tapestries of silk and cotton with the cultural shades of Naboo, complemented by blue garlands in forget-me-not and royal blue, which the couple chose for their color. Shades of blue were ubiquitous. Blue blankets were prepared if the guests felt cold, place settings and napkins, then it was decorated a railing with blue silk in the corner of the garden where the ceremony was to take place. Outside was a traditional stage of ceremony surrounded by cushioned seats of fine wood. A garden of many colors that surrounded the platform danced in the wind and contested its aroma with the fragrance of the feast inside the villa.
The noble family of Neverse spared no expense in welcoming their daughter and soon to be son in law. A small band played classical melodies of matrimony as hired servants tended to the guests and assisted in the parking of incoming vessels. The guests were greeted in high spirits by the family and the decorated groom. The bride was in preparation within the vanity room, showered in adorned finery by her handmaidens. Guests were allowed to visit the preparing bride to be, but she was confined by custom until the start of the ceremony. After signing the guest book near the gift table they were led to the social gathering with complimentary drinks and treats. It was truly a welcome of merriment for a joyous occasion in celebration of love.