Uniquely Traditional: Kilts, Clans, and Couples
They wed with kilted fathers, friends, and groom.
A piper plays to greet, in Scots costume,
The treasury of souls who interlace
With theirs; a miracle of time and place.
Both bride and groom at peace, eager to share
The love and miracles that bring them there.
A joyous day to celebrate replete;
To pipes and drums the gallant ushers seat
The guests; while bride and father wait to hear
Their cue to enter; eyes with diamond tears.
Then guests arise as father, daughter stride;
In radiant whiteness, gown enhances bride—
Her tailor will she greet with gleaming smile,
For ‘tis his gownèd bride come down the aisle.
With tearful joy the Daddy, child stand;
As with a kiss, she must release his hand.
He turns to face the one he will call “Son,”
And smiling, nods, to bless them now as one.
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Wedding Day: August 22, 1999