Youtube Wedding Dance: Those Silly Americans

Youtube Wedding Dance

If you read the bible, often times in the old testament it will completely contradict how the church ceremony is done these days. These days, church is boring. You come in and sit, no one talks, the minister / priest / pastor speaks and you all go home.

In the Old Testament, it says they made a joyful noise, and they came into his house with song and praise.

I present to you a couple that thought for their wedding ceremony the would come into his house with song and praise and …

DANCING.

Actually watching this brought tears to my eyes. And the song, although contemporary, was actually pretty meaningful in expressing their love forever. I’m actually tearing up typing this.

Their Story

Ok here’s the story.

When Kevin Heinz and Jill Peterson decided to get married, she thought it might be fun to jazz things up a bit by turning their walk down the aisle into a dance routine.

Peterson admits that she has been dancing all of her life so she came up with the idea of choreographing a big entrance by her wedding party. The big day took place at Christ Lutheran Church in St. Paul and the guests were very impressed with the unique entrance of the seven bridesmaids, five groomsmen and four ushers.

The groom was urged to share their special moment with the rest of the world so he downloaded the video to YouTube on Sunday. The bride and groom are both shocked and amazed that their little video has had over 1,420,000 hits so far.

The Minnesota couple appeared on The Today Show on Friday. They will be bringing the entire wedding party back for a LIVE recreation of the dance tomorrow.

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shakaama

Ex law school student. I was kicked out for revealing I had a heart actually beating inside. I used to be in a modern dance company. I'm working on my 7 miracles to be proclaimed a saint by the pope. #1 is really hard, but once i get over that hump the other 6 will be a cinch.

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