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Review:Alopex says:
Haha, oh, that flower trick that Fred and George were so amused by, hm? And that Hermione wasn't particularly taken with? Uh-huh. Yeah, Molly definitely doesn't want to know about that one. Bilius certainly was good to lighten up the scene, though. He's always amusing when he appears.

So, reality intrudes at last. I'm glad they had their idyllic little wedding and honeymoon, though. It's good to escape from all the darkness and fear that's enveloping their world, even if the escape is short-lived. They never would have gotten as much enjoyment out of their wedding if they'd have made it official . . . lots of stress and planning and such, and it wouldn't have been the same in terms of temporary escape.

Well, I'm glad that the Weasleys have taken the news of Arthur and Molly's marraige well. However, it seems given that Molly's mother won't react quite so calmly! That ought to be interesting to read about.

Author's Response: Bilius's flower trick, in my head, is of long standing notoriety. Probably best that he wasn't around any more when the next generation of Weasleys start getting married. ;) I really have fun writing him, especially people needling him about not having a job.

You know, you are very right about that - it wouldn't have been as romantic and as much of an escape if they'd just gotten married the traditional way. Running off let them forget everything else, if only for a day.

Of course the Weasleys have taken it for granted for a while now that Molly would be one of them, so they won't be upset. Definitely some fireworks from Molly's parents, though ;) Thanks for reviewing!

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