As part of our culture and beliefs, we consider a wedding as a sacred ceremony shared by two people who promise to love each other in good and bad times. For women, a wedding is one of the most special days that they have been waiting for their entire life. When one plans to get married, they wanted all the best with regards to the preparation. There are even some people who hire a wedding coordinator just to make sure that everything will turn out to be perfect during their wedding. They prepare everything that they need before the big day and everyone seems to be super excited.
Neil and Tricia are only one of the couples who wants the best wedding possible. They made sure everything is well prepared from the guests down to the decorations such as the flowers in the aisle. It was a church wedding that they have planned and the two couldn’t wait until they exchange their vows. When the bride and the groom are already facing the altar, everyone was shocked when they heard a voice that is starting to make a noise. It is not somebody who wants to stop the wedding, in fact, it is a surprise flash mob for the both of them.
When a group of people started to belt out their voices, Tricia and Neil were shocked upon seeing their family members and close friends surprising them with a very beautiful classic song “How Great Thou Art”. The two couldn’t believe what they saw and their hearts were filled with happiness as they can feel the love and support from the people around them. This is such an overwhelming act and they did not disappoint. The song was perfect for the ceremony and what they did will surely be memorable for Tricia and Neil. Check out the video below and don’t forget to hit the play button. You’ll surely love it!
Flash Mob Wedding Ceremony – Catholic Style!!
What a surprise this was for the bride and groom just after they exchanged their marriage vows at their wedding in Kincasslagh, Co. Donegal. By https://simonbarrweddingfilms.ie this was well organised by the bride’s friend Gavin Boyle and with a host of local celebrities – Daniel O’Donnell, Majella, Derek Ryan, Tony Kenny, Shaun Cuddy, Tony Allen and more all sang choruses of ‘How Great Thou Art’.