Couples have tried all different ways to keep their wedding guests engaged and make their ceremony and reception entrances even more memorable. For the most part, these choreographed, viral sensations have entailed dancing ... and maybe lots of Wayfarer sunglasses. But one New Jersey bride and groom recently took to performing their OWN ceremony music -- with electric guitars! -- to make an impression. And the result was AMAZING!
Jordan, the groom, is actually a guitar teacher who spent two months teaching his now-wife, Andrea, how to play Pachelbel's "Canon in D" for their ceremony. He told the New York Daily News, "I wanted to make sure that she could focus on walking and being in the moment and not have to play something super complicated." Ha, well, that was very thoughtful of him!
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Awwww! So awesome, right?! These newlyweds are a rock 'n' roll force to be reckoned with! I am impressed. And how blown away do you think their guests were? Love. It.
Thoughts? Would you ever attempt something like this?!
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