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Bride’s little brother asks for a dance and steals the show
He's clearly no stranger to dancing. Neither is his big sis for that matter.
Jessica Adler
09.02.21

Weddings ceremonies and receptions tend to take on a pretty serious tone, so it’s always nice when you can throw a few surprises into the mix.

Whether it be an unexpected groomsmen dance, surprise speeches and toasts from the wedding party, or touching surprises gifts, there’s a whole lot you can do to mix it up and keep your guests entertained.

But let’s face it, the best weddings always include some epic dancing.

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Weddings, while bathed in culture and tradition, are great opportunities to get creative.

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One bride decided that she was going to surprise the wedding attendees with an awesome dance.

Dancing and weddings are like Oreos and milk, you can’t have one without the other.

Dancing has been used in celebration for as long as humans have been around and it is built into so many cultures!

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It’s one of the few things that is truly ubiquitous!

This bride’s dance wasn’t with the groom, however, it was with her brothers!

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Taking after the Danish-Estonian tradition, the wedding was held in an old castle.

Knowing that the entire dance was filmed in a castle just seems to make things cooler, doesn’t it?

The video starts with the bride taking off her heels so she can get serious about the dance.

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Some people dance in heels, but rolling an ankle doesn’t seem to be all that fun on your wedding day.

As the music starts, the bride sits in a chair in the center of the room and fans out her dress.

Soon, her little brother (who looks to be 15 at most) walks up and asks her to dance. Now be honest, how many of you have siblings that would be willing to do this?

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After a little sibling joke, the two get up and show off their moves.

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The bride is really good and you can tell that she has most definitely danced before.

Some wedding dances are fun, but obviously not planned.

“IM GUESSING MOM AND DAD PAYED FOR MANY YEARS OF DANCE CLASSES AS THEY WERE GROWING UP, THEY DANCE VERY WELL TOGETHER, ENJOYABLE TO WATCH .”

A viewer named Wanda surmised.

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Sibling dances at weddings can be amazing, but they’re random and unplanned.

These two obviously planned things down to the detail. They are truly talented.

Swinging back and forth and kicking up their feet, they break into some conventional moves.

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The little brother takes the bride by the hand and swings her across the floor.

Then they incite what appears to be the best man (possibly another brother) onto the floor with them.

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As he walks out in his vest and button-up, he immediately hops into the dance. This wasn’t a spur-of-the-moment thing, it was planned all along.

“This is THE BEST Wedding dance I’ve ever seen & I’ve seen thousands! How precious & that there is some kick ass dancing siblings right there!!! Great job you 3!!! Wow!!!”

A very impressed viewer commented.

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If this is really her brother, the three make an awesome trio. They are rehearsed and look like they have practiced for quite some time before their big moment.

The song “Feel It Still” by Portugal is an easy one to dance to. The main lyrics, the ones people remember at least, go:

Ooh woo, I’m a rebel just for kicks, now
I been feeling it since 1966, now
Might be over now, but I feel it still
Ooh woo, I’m a rebel just for kicks, now
Let me kick it like it’s 1986, now
Might be over now, but I feel it still

Each time they say “kicks”, the three siblings kick out their feet, adding a layer to the song that creates some fun dimension.

As it ends, they receive cheers and applause from the audience.

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It’s impossible to watch them and not get a little giddy with all the joy that was clearly there. It’s really just something you’ll have to see for yourself.

Watch these two siblings rock the room with their dance skills in the video below!

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By Jessica Adler
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Jessica Adler is a contributor at SBLY Media.
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