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Thread: Some Wedding March

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    Not my cuppa tea but to each their own. It was probably unique to them and their lives, though.

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    What a wonderful bright spot you put in my day with this. Been a little blue lately but this sure put the smile back on my face.
    What a wonderful grp. of friends. Can you imagine the fun they had practicing this?

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    Not my cup of tea either, neither the music or dancing, just seems very disrespectful in a house of God. Were it at a banquet hall or reception hall, fine. Sorry, JMHO.

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    Fun to watch but I'm also old fashioned and would like to see that at the reception rather then the ceremony.

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    Love this! Marriage is truly a celebration and they certainly did! Wish I could have been there! What JOY!

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    Wow, happy, happy group, must have taken a lot of practice. thanks for sharing.
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    I LOVED THIS. Such a fun way to begin their lives together.....Thanks for sharing it with us.
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    I love it! Its great that people incorporate their own personalities in their ceremony. We had a very low key and casual ceremony in our back yard and after the vows we sang "I got you babe" by Sonny & Cher. Song sheets had been handed out to the guests as they set up their lawn chairs!
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    Sorry- I'm not religious but I also feel this "flash mob" performance may be more appropriate for the reception than in a church. Their wedding- their choice. Wonder how it will look to their children in 15 years?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Needles View Post
    Not my cup of tea either, neither the music or dancing, just seems very disrespectful in a house of God. Were it at a banquet hall or reception hall, fine. Sorry, JMHO.
    I totally agree, Needles. This would have been more appropriate in a club, but not in God's house. JMO

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