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. :)