By Jonathon Dornbush
February 24, 2016 at 04:38 PM EST
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Ever since Oliver Queen proposed to Felicity, the Green Arrow has remained dedicated to his bride-to-be. And despite the issues that have plagued the couple since, it looks like wedding bells will soon be ringing on Arrow

On Wednesday, Arrow producer Marc Guggenheim posted a photo from an upcoming episode of the series, showing Oliver and Felicity standing at the altar wearing a tuxedo and wedding dress, respectively. The sneak peek is either the setup for an odd costume party or a clear sign that the couple are indeed getting hitched in the near future.

SPOILERS for Arrow follow.

Yes, the photo shows both Oliver and Felicity standing together in a marriage ceremony, which Guggenheim promises is “Not a dream sequence. Not a hallucination. Not an alternate reality. Not a flash-forward to a potential future.”

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So it would seem Curtis Holt — who presented Felicity with a biostimulant he promised would allow her to walk down the aisle — came through in his promise of healing the injuries that came courtesy of Damien Darhk.

So the photo, viewable below, offers a happy sign of the actual future for Oliver and Felicity. However, it doesn’t clarify the recent flash-forward that depicted Felicity without a ring on her hand. And even with this brighter glimpse of the future, Emily Bett Rickards thinks there is still heartache coming for her character.

“I think that it’s someone closer to Felicity,” Rickards said of the lingering mystery of the grave that opened season 4. For more from Rickards, read her recent interview with EW and read EW’s latest recap of the show.

Episode Recaps

Billionaire Oliver Queen — under the vigilante persona of Arrow — tries to right the wrongs of his family and fight the ills of society.
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