You know, it's funny. Back when I had 7 reviews, I caved in and asked for 10 reviews only. Then all of you go and start reviewing, so now I have 19. Thank you all, I feel so loved.

Story updates: The next chapter of Fusion is being worked on right now. I'm still trying to think of how Sakura and Shino's fights are gonna go. The Kage Meeting's outline is almost complete, and so is the next story in this trilogy.

To those of you who have just picked this story up and didn't read The Greatest Gift, you should. It's a good story, from what I hear.

As for the date, after giving it some thought, I've decided... Well, just read to find out.

Disclaimer: I don't own Naruto. If I did, Naruto would wear red.

Naruto couldn't contain his excitement. "I now present the future Uzumaki Hinata and Uzumaki Naruto!" He proclaimed as he held Hinata's hand out to show the ring to his company.

"While you weren't my first choice, you were my daughters. I believe that you will make each other very happy," Hiashi said.

Tsunade smiled down at the couple. "So, when is the wedding?"

Naruto and Hinata grinned at each other. "Well, we would like to have it as soon as possible," Naruto answered. Hinata nodded in agreement.

"Well, I don't know..." Hiashi said, then he received Tsunade's elbow into his gut.

"How about next week?" Tsunade asked. "That way you will have plenty of time to get your dress and tux, give out the invitations, and help me decorate Konoha's chapel." Naruto could have sworn there were stars in her eyes.

Naruto and Hinata looked at each other and nodded. "Next week sounds lovely, Hokage-sama," Hinata said as she bowed.

"Excellent. Tell you what, as my wedding present, I'll give you this wedding for free as long as I get to marry the two of you off," Tsunade offered.

Naruto smiled. "Of course you can."

"Good. And one more thing, you have to name me Grandmother to your kids." Tsunade said, who had secretly wanted grandkids for years.

Hinata smiled politely. "Of course, Hokage-sama."

"But...the kids get to call Ero-sennin Grandpa," Naruto said.

Tsunade sighed. There was no arguing. "Fine, I accept."

Hiashi recovered from the blow and looked hatefully at the Hokage. "What was that for?" He cried.

"Oh nothing. I just thought you were going to ruin the moment is all," Tsunade shrugged.

Hiashi grumbled and then turned to his daughter. "Hinata, your mother would be so proud of you," He said sweetly.

Hinata grinned again. "Thank you father."

Hiashi turned to Naruto. "You will be sure to take care of my daughter, right?" He asked, but to Naruto it sounded like a threat.

Naruto gave him a reassuring smile, and a not-so-reassuring good guy pose. Hinata giggled.

"Your family will be at the wedding Hinata, I promise," He said. Then he turned and walked away.

Tsunade grabbed the teens by the hands and dragged them out of the field. "Come on, come on! We have a wedding to plan!"

(one week later)

It was the day of the wedding, and everyone in Konoha was buzzing with excitement. The Hokage had basically said that it was mandatory to come to the wedding.

Inside the chapel, things were much more quiet, but still hectic. Sakura, Ino, and Tenten were bridesmaids, Sasuke was Naruto's best man, and Naruto was the fidgety groom at the alter. He was shaking so bad that Sasuke, who was standing next to the terrified teen, wanted to smack the crap out of him.

"Calm down Naruto, or else you're gonna pass out from fear," Sasuke cautioned.

Naruto nodded, but found that it was easier said than done. "That's easy for you to say. You're not the one getting married," He said, though his body still shook.

"So? It's basically the same thing as having a girlfriend. Except, of course you get to live in the same place, spend all of your time together, and have children and stuff," Sasuke looked a little uncomfortable.

"What's wrong Sasuke? You don't look so well," Naruto deduced as he watched his friend.

Sasuke looked around the room as if to make sure no one was listening. Once he was sure, he turned back to Naruto. "Can you keep a secret?" He asked.

"That depends."

No Naruto, I'm serious," Sasuke was whispering now.

"Okay, what is it?" Naruto asked, he too now whispering.

"You see, last week at the jewelry store, those earrings were just a distraction. While that lady behind the counter handed me the earrings, she also slipped me this," Sasuke said as he pulled out a small box.

Naruto's eyes widened. "You're going to propose to Sakura-chan?" He asked out loud, causing Sasuke to cover his mouth with his hand.

"Shut up. I'm going to ask her after your wedding, so make sure that your wife throws her the bouquet. Understand?" The Uchiha questioned.

Naruto nodded, so Sasuke took his hand away.

About half an hour later, almost everyone was in their seats. Just as Hiashi said, everyone was in their seats, eagerly awaiting the start of the wedding. On Naruto's side of the room sat Jiraiya, Udon, Shino, Inari, Gaara, Kankuro, Kakashi, Rock Lee, Iruka, Choji, Tsunami, Tazuna, Konohamaru, Anko, Kurunei holding her 1 year old baby, and many more people that he either didn't recognize or he didn't know.

Music began to play, And Naruto's heart started doing laps. It was the most important day of his life, which meant no screw ups. This was a one chance wedding, no room for error. He just prayed he didn't mess things up. Naruto was sweating so hard, Tsunade had to lean down and tap his shoulder. Naruto looked up at her with question, and Tsunade winked and mouthed the words "You'll be fine," but he wasn't sure about it. On the other side of Naruto, Sakura smiled at him with her reassuring smile, but that didn't seem to calm him down either.

As always, The bride's maids walked down the aisle first with their dates. Tenten and Neji walked down the aisle first. They parted, and Neji stood beside Naruto and Sasuke. Next Shikamaru and Temari walked down the aisle. Then Kiba and Ino came down. Naruto's heart was now doing five minute laps in 2.5 seconds.

Moegi, the flower girl (I know that she's around 13, but I couldn't think of anyone else), came skipping down the aisle, dropping flowers gracefully as she went. Konohamaru couldn't help but admire his girlfriend.

The music changed, and the big doors at the end of the hall opened. Naruto's heart skipped at least 50 beats. Before his eyes was the most beautiful woman he had ever seen in his life. His fiancé slowly emerged from the door with her father walking her down the aisle. Hinata had tears coming down her face, but everyone in there knew that her tears were tears of joy. She wore a pure white wedding gown complete with a veil. (Okay, I'm a guy. Just picture the most beautiful wedding dress you can, and that's what it is.)

Hiashi smiled down at his daughter. "Don't worry, you look absolutely brilliant," He reassured his daughter.

Hinata smiled up at him and leaned her head on his shoulder. "Thank you father, for supporting my decision."

Hiashi kept his sincere smile. "You deserve to be happy, and this boy obviously makes you feel extremely happy. I'm just sorry that I tried to force Akira on you."

Hinata looked at her father with a questioning look. "What ever happened to him anyway?"

Akira stood outside the church, about ready to bash the door in and yell "I object!" Then Hinata would flock into his arms and they would live happily ever after.

He shifted his weight, about to kick open the door, when suddenly three darts shot out of nowhere and struck his neck. He passed out without ever realizing it.

Gai came out of the shadows. "You will not disturb this youthful wedding. What should I do with him?" He pondered for a few moments. He was hit with an idea. "I know, I will tape you to a chair and make you watch Barney for hours. That show will make you youthful again. After you wake up, of course," Gai picked up Akira and leapt away with him.

What ever happened to Akira? Well, let's just say that he was never the same again.

"I'm sure he's coming to his senses as we speak. He must have realized by now that you and Naruto are meant to be," Hiashi said. Hinata instantly calmed down. She didn't know why, but she was slightly scared that he would burst into the church yelling that he objected to the wedding.

Hinata's eyes ventured around the room. She saw all of her family and friends smiling and looking straight at her. But her real focus was that of her fiancé. He was smiling the smile that Hinata loved so much. She smiled back at him.

Before long, Hinata and Hiashi both made it to the alter and Tsunade spoke. "Who gives this woman to this man?"

"I do," Hiashi answered proudly. He gave Hinata a kiss on the cheek before letting go of her arm and taking his seat.

Naruto reached out for Hinata's hand, who took it with love. They both looked right into each others eyes lovingly.

Tsunade cleared her throat. (note: I've only been to 1 wedding in my entire life, and I was 6 at the time. I can't really remember how the speech goes, but I will try to get it right.) "Ladies and gentlemen, we are gathered here to join this man and this woman in holy matrimony. If there are objections, we don't really care for them. So sit down and shut up. Okay, moving on," Tsunade turned to Naruto. "Naruto, I believe you have something to say before I go on?"

Naruto nodded and looked at Hinata with pure love. "Hina-chan, before I met you I was incomplete. My life was nothing but training to become Hokage and to outdo Sasuke. But when I met you, you didn't treat me like everybody else did. You didn't run away or scream in terror when you saw me. I still remember that day when we first met, you smiled at me with that warm smile I love so much. You believed in me when no one else did. And that is only one of the many reasons I love you so much."

Everyone in the room was in tears. Even Kakashi and Jiraiya was crying. But the words hit Hinata's heart, and many tears streamed down her face as she looked upon the man she loved.

Tsunade wiped the tears from her eyes and continued, "Okay...Naruto, do you take this woman to be your lawfully wedded wife, to have and to hold, for richer or poorer, in sickness and in health, for as long as you both shall live?" She said, even though she knew that question didn't need an answer.

"I do," Naruto said.

Tsunade turned to Hinata. "Hinata, do you take this man to be your lawfully wedded husband, to have and to hold, for richer or poorer, in sickness and in health, for as long as you both shall live?"

"I do," Hinata said.

"Then, by the great and almighty powers vested in me from my title as Hokage, I now pronounce you as husband and wife, you may now-"

Hinata and Naruto clashed as if they had been seperated for 5 years. "Kiss the bride," Tsunade said to herself.

The make out session lasted for 6 minutes, all the while cheers were crying out all over the room, and Tsunade was trying to seperate the couple for a second so that she could finish.

She gave up and decided to finish anyway. "Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you, for the first time, Uzumaki Naruto and Uzumaki Hinata!" Everyone cheered happily.

Later that night, at the reception, there was a huge party. Everyone was there. Before Hinata threw the bouquet, Naruto whispered something in her ear. Hinata nodded and Naruto gave her a kiss on the cheek.

"Okay girls, it's time for the bouquet throwing!" Hinata called as all the girls scrambled in front of her. She tossed it and, using her byakugan, managed to have the bouquet land in Sakura's hands.

Sakura looked over at Sasuke and blushed. Sasuke smirked and walked over towards Sakura.

About a minute later, everyone at the party could hear Sakura crying "YES!YES! Of course I'll marry you Sasuke-kun!" and tackling him in a hug.

After the party was almost over, Naruto and Hinata decided it was time to go. They said their goodbyes and got into the limo. It drove off, taking them on their honeymoon, and the start of their new lives.

Finished! It only took me 1 day and a half to do it, too. And the reason I decided to have the wedding as soon as possible instead of on Christmas Eve, I decided that I couldn't torment Hinata with waiting for another 8 months. The sooner the better, right? I feel really proud of myself. Naruto/Hinata weddings are great, aren't they?!

Akira: Yes, Naruto and Hinata is the greatest couple in the world, now will you please let me get out of here?

Riyuto-san: Nope, you tried to destroy my favorite couple. You still have 12 more seasons of Barney to watch.

Anyway, while I go torment Akira, please go check out my other stories. I promise that they are really good.

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