Bridal Party Becomes Contender For Greatest Ever Wedding Flash Dance

by Catie Keck
Catie Keck is a New York-based staff writer at LittleThings who has produced work for various web and print publications.

We’re no strangers to the recent streak of flash dances at weddings — namely to the hit “Uptown Funk” — that seems to be a fan favorite for choreographed bridal party performances.

For an example of one such wedding, look no further than the newlywed couple who put on a performance for the ages for their friends and family during what onlookers had suspected was merely a bride and groom’s first dance. And this same hit was co-opted by a carefully planned flash mob of wedding attendees, this time giving the bride and groom a funky performance.

But the one below is something special — at least a contender, if not a first pick, for our favorite rendition of the song so far. Some 20 participants performed the song — all of them dressed to the nines, of course — and with notable attention to the detail required of this many people to keep in the same rhythm.

The bride and her team of bridesmaids joined their handsome groomsmen on the floor for the better half of the song, before these fellas took over the dance floor and conquered it all on their own. (And, if we’re being honest, these guys definitely have some moves.)

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