By this time, pretty much everyone has seen this video...
I've been watching it for 2 days and.............
I really, Really, REALLY need to know these people! They made me happy! So awesome!
Smile to my lips and tears to my eyes. What a joyful way to begin a life together. They are so lucky!!
Usually this kind of dancing is reserved for the divorce.
OMG that made me cry!!! That was awesome!
That was a great way to start my day.....thanks. I would love to have been there, most weddings are way too serious.
thanks - i needed that
It does create a lively event. I could just see my extended family...they would freak out....not pretty
That's great, I love it!
OMG, that is so much fun! I'd only seen a bit of it on the news so thanks for posting it.
That was great. I hate weddings (my own most of all) because they are like going to a funeral, everyone serious, sitting there. I always thought a wedding in it's true form should be more joyous an occassion. it's good to see people who treat it this way.
Personally I ever get married again, I want brides maids dressed like Care Bears and grooms men dressed up like transformers and the official should be dressed up as the wicked witch.
EDIT: Ruben has just informed me that the official should be a Japanese Elvis (gold lame of course), I agree, as long as Ruben dresses in a pastel blue velveteen tuxedo with a pink ruffled shirt and lavender cumberbund. I of course will wear black, it's my funeral er I mean wedding afterall.
MWK's Token Estrogen-American
Thank you soooooo much for sharing that! There's not much as contradictory (imho) than having a wedding (a joyous occasion) where everyone just sits straight-backed for a half an hour while listening to mellow and unexciting music/speeches. LOL This is my idea of what weddings should be like. I just didn't know it until now. LMAO
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I LOVE that!! Thanks for sharing.
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