A wedding is a joyous occasion that marks the union of two people who vow to spend the rest of their lives with each other. It is an event where wedding guests and both sides of the family gather to show their support for the marrying couple and celebrate this once-in-a-lifetime affair with both of them.
Aside from the couples’ official union, what makes weddings more exciting is the fact that it is generally unpredictable – anything could happen!
It is not unusual for the relatives of either the groom or the bride to perform for the married couple, or for the best man and maid-of-honor to divulge often funny – and sometimes embarrassing – anecdotes about one of the pair when they deliver their speeches.
One bride’s siblings put together a performance that the married couple and their wedding guests would never forget. This performance is unlike no other, as this particular bride has eight younger siblings.
Yes, you read that right!
The 7-minute performance began when the bride’s four brothers entered the stage and performed the 90s classic “I Want It That Way” by the Backstreet Boys.
This was met with wild applause from the wedding guests, as the four adorable boys in formal wear danced to the upbeat song.
They concluded the number by donning their dark shades and striking a picture-perfect side-by-side pose during the end.
Next up were the bride’s four younger sisters, who all looked lovely wearing their pastel-colored flowy dresses. They danced to the song “Tell Him” from the hit musical show Glee, which was originally sung by Linda Ronstadt.
The ladies were all smiles as they jived to the catchy groove of the lively song. The wedding guests couldn’t help but clap and cheer along to the happy rhythm and infectious energy of the performers who were obviously enjoying themselves.
The boys returned to the floor to perform another dance before the girls raised the roof with “Better When I’m Dancing”, a song by Meghan Trainor.
The siblings had the crowd cheering wildly, with each person in the room evidently impressed by how well-choreographed the dance number was.
The siblings made sure to save the best for last as they banded together to dance to the Indian song “Radha”.
When the performance concluded, the groom was clapping vigorously and the bride can be seen sending kisses towards her siblings while trying her best not to break down in tears.
The crowd remained excited and continued to cheer and clap for them throughout the end of the performance.
The bride and groom then went down and met the performers on the stage to form a group hug to show their appreciation for the siblings’ efforts to put on such an elaborate show.
Watch the video below to see the entertaining dance number of the eight siblings.