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Officiant Participates in Flash Mob During Wedding Ceremony (VIDEO)

wedding flash mobIf you thought the only thing wedding officiants did was perform marriage ceremonies you are mistaken. Some of them get their groove on too and they don’t wait until the wedding reception to do it. After all why wait to get the party started?

A video making its rounds on the Internet features a wedding flash mob and it’s quite possible that the only thing better than a proposal flash mob is one that takes place at the wedding.

According to an article via The Huffington Post, an English couple shared their kiss and right afterwards the song “Everybody Dance Now” began playing. But that was only the beginning; their officiant led the newly married couple, their wedding party and guests in a “choreographed flash mob.” Take a look at the video below:

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Conducting the ceremony is one thing but a musical performance? Going forward, couples may want to inquire about possible talents when looking for someone to officiate their big day. For more on this wedding flash mob visit The Huffington Post.

 

Image Source: YouTube via The Huffington Post

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