Flash Mob Wedding Anyone?

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This spontaneously awesome flash mob wedding ceremony has gone viral, and if you haven’t seen it already you should, like now! This cute young couple staged an impromptu ceremony in the middle of a shopping mall and even threw an awesome song and dance routine to “Aint Know Mountain High Enough”. It’s quite the departure from tradition but still a wedding I wish I’d attended. I grinned all the way through this one. Some may argue that getting hitched like this isn’t special or memorable enough when it’s all said and done, but it looks like over 300, 000 You Tube viewers would disagree. But seriously, how cute is this couple? I dig it – but can you? Could this have been your dream wedding day? Thoughts?

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3 Responses to Flash Mob Wedding Anyone?

  1. rochelle says:

    I could definitely dig it. Even though i already have an image of my wedding day (whether i want to admit it or not)…what a great way to not follow the script.

  2. Sammi says:

    Wow. That was a lot!haha. I wouldn't be able to get my friends and family to do a crazy group performance like that but it was really cool. She was a beautiful pregnant bride and the vows or whatever the officiant lady said was awesome! This for some reason is getting a thumbs up from me although I probably wouldn't do it myself.

    I really loved what the officiant said. Like kind of want to know where it's from so I can use it.

  3. I could definitely dig it. Even though i already have an image of my wedding day (whether i want to admit it or not)…what a great way to not follow the script.

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