This is the pointed day that Katherine and Petruchio should be married and yet we hear not of our son in law!
Petruchio is Wearing What?!
Petruchio is coming in a new hat and old jerkin... his horse is possessed with the glanders... and rayed with the yellows.
The Ceremony Begins
When the priest should ask if Katherine should be his wife...he swore so loud that all amazed, the priest let fall the book.
On the day of Katherine and Petruchio's wedding, Baptista, Katherine, and Tranio are flustered because the groom, Petruchio, is late. Katherine being upset also shows that she may care for Petruchio.
Petruchio and Kate are Leaving
I will be a master of what is mine own.
Biondello sees Petruchio from afar, underdressed and on a sickly horse. He looks unprepared for the wedding, but they are still relieved that he had shown up. However, Petruchio presenting himself this way is a symbol that represents his carelessness and un-committed attitude.
During the wedding ceremony, Petruchio is disrespectful and rude toward the priest and others who attend. He even slaps the priest and swears.
While others are getting ready to feast and enjoy the reception, Petruchio claims he must leave, later adding that Katherine must come with him as she is married to him and is now his. He also mentions that Katherine can be compared to possessions of his, such as his goods, household, etc. He is comparing two things without using like or as, which is a metaphor.