Dance for Joy!
As a pastor in a college town, over the last 15 years I’ve officiated at well over a hundred weddings. I’ve had brides come down the aisle to the Buddy Holly song, “Peggy Sue” — her name. I’ve had groomsmen empty out pockets full of stuff before they finally found the ring. I’ve had unity candles that simply wouldn’t light, bridesmaids and groomsmen faint — one guy fainted twice. I’ve done outdoor weddings and a wedding in a barn. There was a Turkish wedding and a Chinese wedding. There have been simply weddings with just family and a elaborate weddings that cost somebody their retirement.
But every wedding, at which I’ve been privileged to play a part — has had generous amounts of laughter and celebration. Because a wedding is a celebration and a healthy marriage requires laughter. So when a friend of mine – thanks Sean – passed this video on. I couldn’t resist passing it on to you. I smiled. I hope you do as well. After you smile — if you are married — go out and do something fun with your spouse. (By the way, Sarah and Katy — as a father with no moves, I understand why the bride danced alone. :)
If Jesse and I had a redo, we might have to do this!
This video is GREAT! My own hubby is now scared of any kind of vow renewal ceremony. Our song is “I’ve Had The Time of My Life” from Dirty Dancing. ;-) LOL!