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Charlie walking Bella down the ailse to Edward
"' Don't let me fall, Dad', I whispered. Charlie pulled my hand through his arm and then grasped it tightly". (pg.48)
Bella and Edward, who had been together since high school, are finally getting married.
" Mr. Weber declared us husband and wife, and then Edward's hands reached up to cradle my face carefully, as if it were as delicate as the white petals swaying above our hands". (pg. 49)
Jake surprising Bella at her wedding
"' Just? Oh, Jake! Everything is perfect now'. He snorted, 'Yeah- the party can start. The best man finally made it'. 'Now everyone I love is here'. I felt his lips brush my hair. ' Sorry I'm late honey'. 'I'm just so happy you came!". (pg.58)
Bella and Edward's wedding is a key event that propelled the plot forward. This event caused a problem with Charlie because he wasn’t ready for his 18 year old daughter to get married at a young age. The outcome was before her dad started walking down the ailse she was nervous, but while she was walking her dad encouraged her to keep walking and look forward to her new life shes about to enter. This shows he put her needs before his.
This wedding also caused a problem with the Volturi because Bella was human marrying Edward a vampire, and she knew their little secret so it was a danger to vampire society. The outcome for this problem was not resolved until later in the book. It propelled the plot for several chapters, until it was resolved with her becoming a vampire.
Lastly the wedding made the problem of the love triangle between Bella, Edward and Jacob more intense, because Jacob is in love with Bella and didn't want her to get married. He wanted her to fall in love with him, not Edward. This outcome was also not resolved into later chapters, until Bella had Renesme and Jacob imprinted on her. This means he does not have to worry about Bella anymore.
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