Fleur’s bridesmaids, Gabrielle and Ginny, walked down the aisle in golden dresses.Escorted by her father, Fleur followed, wearing a simple white dress and Muriel's tiara, and looking radiant.The Weasleys were initially not very fond of Fleur, particularly Molly and Ginny.His mother, in addition to disliking Fleur’s blunt manner, thought that they were rushing into things because of the stress of the Second Wizarding War.Harry then spoke to Remus Lupin and Nymphadora Tonks, newlyweds themselves, and to Xenophilius and Luna Lovegood.Ron escorted his Great-Aunt Muriel to her seat, and she insulted him — and many others — the entire way.The Burrow also had many security enchantments placed on it by the Order.
Within a year, they were engaged, and Fleur spent the summer of 1996 with Bill’s family at the Burrow.
He revealed that Dumbledore had bequeathed items to them in his will, and tried once again to persuade Harry to side with the Ministry of Magic.
Disgusted by the Ministry’s secrecy and high-handedness, Harry refused.
On the morning two days before the wedding, Fleur’s parents, Monsieur and Apolline Delacour, and her younger sister Gabrielle arrived at the Burrow, which Harry noted had never been so tidy.
The rusty cauldrons and boots that were usually on the steps were replaced by Flutterby bushes, the chickens were shut away, and the garden had been pruned.