Dance

Wedding Couple’s Dance To “Sugar” Earns 4M Views

October 2nd, 2020

The wedding dance is a longstanding tradition. Many different dances take place at a wedding reception but the most important is the first one between the newly married couple. They choose a song that’s special to their relationship and then in front of guests, spend time alone swaying to the music.

Simple and beautiful

Sometimes, couples go over the top with their first dance. But one husband and wife decided to keep things more traditional. Dancing to Safety Suit’s “Never Stop,” they look amazing. For that reason alone, their reception video went viral, having garnered more than four million views.

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YouTube Screenshot/Joshua Wells Source: YouTube Screenshot/Joshua Wells

100 percent trust

Yes, this couple just got married so you’d expect them to look madly in love. But while dancing, it goes beyond that. As the man holds his new wife, she leans into him…showing complete admiration and trust.

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Passionate love

As this husband and wife continue dancing, they step apart at one point. They look lovingly into each other’s eyes. It’s at that moment that no one else in the room exists although guests sit around the dance floor watching.

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Elegant moves

While this first dance might not have involved dramatic twists and turns, it still captured everyone’s attention. As the two extend their arms, they never take their eyes off one another. With the groom in a black tuxedo and the bride wearing a gorgeous white gown…they’re stunning.

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Melting into each other

Usually, couples will look up at guests from time to time. But not these two. They were so immersed in the moment they didn’t notice anything. Even while family and friends filmed the occasion along with the professional photographer, they were oblivious.

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A face of happiness

Wearing a sparkling tiara, at one point, you see the bride up close. She has the biggest smile on her face. This is her day and she couldn’t be happier.

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The dip

Even though this couple chose to keep their dance simple and sweet, it wouldn’t be complete without at least one dip. As the groom lowers his bride to the floor, he keeps his gaze on her and his arms wrapped securely around her waist. Once the song stops, the two leave the dance floor.

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Switching things up

That’s when they switch things up…Instead of the slow song, you hear Maroon 5’s “Sugar” start playing. The groom whips off his jacket as the two get back on the dance floor. This time, they don’t mind getting a little funky.

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Fancy stuff

This is when they start doing some super cool tricks. The groom even lifts his new wife onto his shoulder. They twirl, slide, spin, and dance without missing a beat. During this part of their dance, you see more of their fun personalities.

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A memorable occasion

When you have a first dance that starts slow but ends up with a song like Sugar, that’s a great reception. The guests are laughing and cheering while having a blast right along with this couple. With all of it caught on video, this is an event the couple will never forget.

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YouTube Screenshot/Joshua Wells Source: YouTube Screenshot/Joshua Wells

You can watch the entire thing by clicking on the video below. You won’t be disappointed you did!

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Source: YouTube, The Spruce

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