A sibling’s wedding day is big news for the entire family. Everybody pitches in to make sure that it goes off without a hitch. It’s also pretty normal for siblings to perform something for the married couple.
In one bride’s case, she was surprised by her siblings with a fun and lively dance routine. It wasn’t a performance by two or three people. All eight siblings of the bride participated and the entire performance was fun and heartwarming to watch!
The newly wedded couple and the audience formed a circle for the performers. First, all the bride’s brothers dance to the Backstreet Boys’ “I Want It That Way.” At the end of the song, all four boys posed side by side with sunglasses on. They made quite a picture, with the two youngest boys doing their best to keep up with their older brothers.
Then, the bride’s sisters performed their dance, “Tell Him” from the musical show Glee, although the song was originally performed by Linda Ronstadt. The boys did another number before the girls followed it up with Meghan Trainor’s “Better When I’m Dancing.”
The crowd cheered and the bride’s brothers and sisters weren’t just dancing for the sake of it. They totally enjoyed it and the bride loved every dance. She and her new husband looked like they were having the time of their lives. Even the other guests were clapping to the rhythm of the songs.
The siblings keyed up their performance when the girls began to form a line and raise their arms. What played was the Indian song “Radha.” This time, the crowd was quiet, watching what the siblings would do. Then, some broke the silence with laughter and howls when all eight sisters and brothers started dancing together.
The crowd clapped and tapped their feet on the floor in time with the beat of the song. There was a lot of cheer as the youngest children busted out amazing dance moves. When the dance ended, everyone cheered. There was thunderous applause inside the room.
The bride and groom couldn’t believe it. The bride’s smile had reached her ears then, but as soon as the dance ended, the emotions set in. She looked like she was about to cry, but she was reining her tears in. The siblings approached the couple and enveloped them in one big hug.
Some people in the audience allowed themselves to tear up a little at the emotional scene. The bride’s face had crumpled. It looked like she was mustering all the strength she had not to cry in front of everyone. That was how touched she was at the gestures of her younger siblings.
Oftentimes, it’s not about giving the most expensive gift but the love and passion behind the gesture.