Thursday, July 30, 2009


(Not exactly as illustrated)

From the Vancouver Sun:

July 24, 2009

No one has seen anything quite like it before. The 28-year-old groom somersaults toward the altar. The bride makes her entrance with a strut to Chris Brown's "Forever" -- shaking her hips and waving her bouquet.

Jill and Kevin Heinz's extraordinary wedding party entrance has become the latest YouTube sensation.

So far, almost 1.5 million people have watched the couple's video showing their wedding party dancing down the aisle of a church in St. Paul, Minn.

The sequence begins with ushers tossing programs and picks up momentum when the bridesmaids and groomsmen boogey down the aisle. It was everything the bride had envisioned.

"I grew up dancing and I danced in college. It was something I always wanted to do," Jill told ABC's “Good Morning America. "I wanted to dance in on the wedding. And Kevin jumped in on board."


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Anonymous said...

I loved this, I smiled the whole time, and suddenly found myself a bit verklempt towards the end.

Medusa said...

I loved it too.

Sure beats the traditional dirge-like entrance :^)