|(From the 1978 version)|
Such a blissfully happy chapter! I love Meg's simple wedding -- I tried to have as simple a wedding as possible, myself. Why stress out over endless details and fluff that just take your attention off what's actually important that day?
And I also love that Meg doesn't hide away until she walks down the aisle. No superstitious "groom can't see the bride in her wedding dress before the ceremony" nonsense for her! None for me either. I declare, this chapter is making me fonder and fonder of Meg!
So she made her wedding gown herself, sewing into it the tender hopes and innocent romances of a girlish heart (p. 223).
...laughter is ready when hearts are light (p. 226).
Possible Discussion Questions:
How long do you think Meg will keep returning to her family's home every single day, like she promises at the end of the chapter?
What was your favorite thing about Meg's wedding?