Summary: Kurt and Blaine’s first dance as husbands
Blaine’s heart wants to pound right out of his chest as the opening notes to their wedding song start up, filling the entire room and turning everyone’s heads towards him and Kurt. Kurt’s smile has Blaine smiling back harder than he ever remembers. This is their day, and this is the first time they will ever dance together as husbands.
As husbands. Blaine’s still giddy with it, and he tries to calm his shaking knees as Kurt leads him onto the dance floor.
Everyone is staring at them, but it doesn’t make Blaine uncomfortable. He’s proud, he’s happy, and he hardly notices any of them anyway. But he catches Burt’s eye on the way and beams at him. Burt grins back.
Never knew I could feel like this
like I’ve never seen the sky before
“Ready?” Kurt breathes, but it’s pointless now. Blaine already has his arms wrapped around Kurt’s neck, and Kurt’s nose is buried in Blaine’s shoulder.
“I’ve been ready my whole life,” Blaine says shakily. He presses a wobbling kiss on Kurt’s lips when his husband’s eyes fill with tears.
Listen to my heart
can you hear it sing?
telling me to give you everything?
Blaine softly sings along to the song he knows by heart, right into Kurt’s ear. Kurt sings them back, and they both let the tears slip down their cheeks.
Seasons may change
winter to spring
“But I love you,” Kurt sings into his cheek. Blaine catches his lips and mumbles the next line into his mouth. Kurt laughs, dragging his teeth over Blaine’s bottom lip.
“Is this better than your dreams?” Blaine whispers teasingly. Kurt shoves him a little, but his eyes are sparkling when Blaine pulls back to look at him. He looks happier than Blaine’s ever seen him—Blaine can’t remember ever feeling this happy, either, and he feels his throat close up again.
“Much better,” Kurt says, kissing Blaine again. “You’re here.”
But I love you
Until the end of time