Whoever said that busting a move down the aisle, like what happened at Jim and Pam's wedding on the Office, is an act only appropriate for TV shows?
One couple from England became a YouTube sensation after they posted a video of themselves staging an elaborately choreographed dance down the aisle at their wedding in August of last year, The Sun reports.
Ellen and Chris Freel, together with their entire wedding party, are depicted sauntering down the aisle to "I Got a Feeling" by The Black Eyed Peas after six months of diligent practice.
"There was pressure on the day to do something different and get it right," Chris told the news source. "The only thing that didn't go so well on the day was we tried to light Chinese lanterns. They ended up nearly setting fire to the grass in the grounds of where we had the party so we had to stamp them out!"
The couple could have easily prevented such a conundrum by opting for round paper lanterns instead. These elegant decorations run on either battery power or electricity, so there would be virtually no chance of any disturbances, leaving all free to dance to their heart's content.