LEWISBORO, N.Y. -- Students at the Increase-Miller Elementary School in Lewisboro recently held a celebration – and it was letter-perfect.
Kindergartners and third-graders were dressed in their very best wedding attire and the aisle was strewn with flower petals, as Assistant Principal Andrew Galotti presided over the union of the letters “Q” and “U” in January.
The alphabetically inclined couple promised to be forever bonded in words like "quarter," "quiet," "quack," and "question."
After vows were “exchanged,” guests enjoyed a toast to the happy couple by kindergarten teacher Colleen Walsh.
“We are all unquestionably quivering with excitement as we celebrate Q and U united to form one sound,” she said.
“Please join me in wishing Q and U a long and happy life of making words together,” she said.
The celebration concluded with wedding cake and treats for the guests.