Deaf Groom’s Confused When Bride Stops Walking Down Aisle – Tears Flow When She Raises Her Hand
It's always beautiful to see the surprises that happen on wedding days. Usually it is the parents surprising the newlyweds, although it has been known to happen the other way around as well. The surprise can also happen into the form of a someone special to the bride, bringing her and everyone around her to tears. But we think it is safe to say that we have not seen something so emotional as what this bride did for her loving partner.
Every couple wants a wedding day to remember. This is the heartwarming moment a bride sings her wedding song as she walks down the aisle to her deaf husband using sign language to translate the meaning. Moments before Elizabeth Shoesmith tied the knot with fiancé Scott, she decided to serenade him with Christina Perri’s song 1000 Years.
Bride Elizabeth Shoesmith wanted to show her life to her newly wedded husband by signing the lyrics of Perri’s emotional song. Looking across from him, the blushing bride dressed in a floral gown put up a wonderful singing and signing performance to surprise her loving husband.
Footage shows 41-year-old Elizabeth standing at the opposite end of the aisle signing the words to the love song at her 38-year-old deaf husband while using her hands to sign him the meaning. How romantic! While standing at the altar and listening to the adorable performance the groom was brought to tears as his beautiful bride surprised him with this touching gesture.
Even though he had never heard the words to a song before, he understood every meaning to it because Elizabeth signed it to him. She taught herself to sign the lyrics over the months leading up to their wedding day and gave him the surprise of a lifetime!