A/N This is like my favourite one that I wrote for Klaine week. Klaine weddings make me feel all flaily.

Blaine was hovering anxiously in the kitchen, waiting for his boyfriend to get home from work.

Blaine had made a dinner, decorated the table with the nicest things they could afford, set music going and lit candles.

Now all he needed was his boyfriend to get home - something that should happen any minute.

As if on cue, Blaine heard the front door open and Kurt's voice call out "Babe, I'm home!"

Kurt made his way into the kitchen, beaming when he saw the layout "Oh baby, this looks wonderful. What's the occasion?"

Blaine smiled softly "Nothing. Just wanted to do something for you."

Blaine led him to a chair, pulling it out for him "Here, baby, sit."

Kurt sat down, smiling as Blaine started to dish up the food "Oh honey, it looks delicious."

Blaine smiled shyly "Thank you baby."

Blaine looked anxious all through dinner, and Kurt was starting to get worried. After they finished eating, and Blaine started stuttering over his words, Kurt finally snapped "Okay. What is it?"

Blaine hesitated, and sat down opposite Kurt "I had a whole speech prepared. And I've forgotten it. So I'm just going to speak from the heart."

Blaine reached out, lacing his fingers together with Kurt's "I've loved you since the day we met."

Kurt snorted and Blaine grinned sheepishly "Even if it took me a little while to realise it. But I realise now that I have. And as our relationship has grown, so has my love for you. And here we are, five years later. We made it, baby. Despite all the odds, we made it through. And I wanted to do something to symbolise that. So... I spoke to your Dad."

Blaine slid off the chair, and Kurt's eyes widened, his grip tightening on Blaine's hands "Blaine?"

Blaine got on one knee in front of Kurt "Kurt, I love you. And I went to your father, asking for his blessing for me to marry you. And he said yes. Now it's all down to you. Kurt Hummel, the most wonderful, beautiful, gorgeous, perfect man I have ever met; will you marry me?"

Kurt sniffed, dropping off the chair to kiss Blaine firmly "Yes, Blaine. I will."

Two years later, and it was finally time. They had reached the day where they were going to say "I do" to each other.

And Blaine was freaking out.

He was pacing up and down his changing room whilst his best man and older brother, Cooper, attempted to soothe him.

Blaine was mumbling under his breath "Oh God, what if he's not here? What if he changes his mind? What if I fall over? What if I forget my vows?"

Cooper stood up, stepping in front of his brother, putting his hands on his shoulders "Blaine, relax. Number one, I've seen Kurt. He's calm, mostly. In HBIC mode, but calm. Number two, Kurt loves you. Why would he leave? Number three, well, I can't help you with those. But you'll be fine. Relax."

Blaine nodded, taking a deep breath "Okay. Okay. I'm okay."

Cooper grinned "Good, cause you have to be out there in five minutes."

In Kurt's changing room, Kurt was busy bossing people around "Rachel, you, Quinn and Mercedes need to be behind me and my Dad. Finn and Puck will already be up front with Cooper. And Blaine will already be up there by that point."

Rachel rolled her eyes "Kurt, we've been through this countless number of times. This is what the rehearsal was for. Come on, relax. You've got to be out there in seven minutes and you don't want to look harried when you get to your husband to be."

Kurt nodded, taking a deep breath "Okay. Okay."

Three minutes later, Blaine's stomach was in knots as he stood, making his way to the end of the aisle.

Cooper had already gone to the front to stand by Finn and Puck, and his father was waiting for him "You ready?"

Blaine nodded slowly, and he linked arms with his father. The two started to walk up to the end of the aisle, where everyone was waiting.

He stopped, looking down the aisle, waiting for his fiancée to appear.

A couple of minutes later he did, his arm linked with Burt's as they started to walk down the aisle.

They both beamed happily as their eyes met, and they both teared up a little.

Kurt reached the front and he whispered to Blaine "Hi."

Blaine grinned and whispered back "Hi. You look gorgeous."

The person conducting the ceremony talked them through their typical vows, then they both started to speak their own.

Kurt was the first to start "Blaine, when we met all those years ago, I thought we'd never be together. I had almost given up on you. And then you came to me, saying all those wonderful things to me, and then you kissed me. And I couldn't help but think - finally."

This elicited a small chuckle from Blaine, his eyes shining with tears. Kurt continued to talk "And then we went through the stages of our relationship. You told me you loved me, and I said it back. We moved in together. You proposed. And now we're getting married. And we have the rest of our lives to be together."

Blaine took a moment to prepare himself before starting to speak "When we first met, I felt like you were this magical being, impossible to actually exist. And then we started talking. And I realised you were damaged, broken. And this just made you more perfect; more real. And all I wanted was to help you. I did my best to do this. I slowly fell more and more in love with you over the time we were friends, until eventually it got to much. Watching you sing with such raw passion and emotion; that was it for me. I knew I couldn't bear to be without you for a moment longer. It took me a few more days to work up the courage to tell you, but it was worth it. So worth it. And now I have you, and I'm never letting you go."

The two turned back to face the person conducting the ceremony, and he asked "Blaine Anderson, do you take Kurt Hummel to be your lawfully wedded husband?"

Blaine glanced at Kurt once, smiling "I do."

Blaine placed the ring on Kurt's finger, and Kurt felt a tear run down his cheek as he smiled.

He then turned to Kurt "And do you, Kurt Hummel, take Blaine Anderson to be your lawfully wedded husband?"

Kurt smiled, a beautiful wide smile, reaching out to lace his fingers together with Blaine's "I do."

Kurt reached to place the ring on Blaine's finger, and they both laughed softly as they heard choked sobs coming from where Carole and Blaine's mother were sat.

The person conducting the ceremony smile "You may now kiss your husband."

Blaine wrapped his arms around Kurt, kissing him firmly, both of them beaming as people started clapping.

Blaine held his closer, both of them whispering "I love you."

Neither of them could believe it.

Because now they had each other.