Newlyweds Surprise Guests With High-Tech Wedding Dance
There is a lot of meaning in the tradition of the first wedding dance. Its indication that the party may begin aside, the first dance symbolizes the couples entering in their mutual life together, with some reading into the blips that happen mid-dance as a sign that they are not good for each other, since they are not synchronized. Nowadays it is no indication whether the bride and groom are the best match for each other, because most go on elaborate classes for weeks before the big event, because they want their first dance to be spotless and effortless.
Many couples forego the traditional waltz as their first dance and opt out for something more up to date. We have seen plenty of videos where, instead of some classic song, the young lovers throw a jaw-dropping choreography to some <a href="https://rumble.com/v36mmx-best-surprise-first-dance-disney-mashup-love-wedding-dance.html" target="_blank">mashup</a> their threw together of songs that mean a lot to them. Or just have a groovy rhythm that makes you break out your best moves on the dance floor. But this is the first we see a couple perform their first dance on the toy that took the world by a whirlwind storm. Of course, we are talking about the <a href="https://rumble.com/v30eps-9-epic-hoverboard-fails-that-will-make-you-cringe.html" target="_blank">hoverboard</a>!
Matthew & Jaclyn Hagopian dance the last dance at their wedding on hoverboards. After 10 years of dating long distance, the couple ties the knot and travels out of their wedding reception together in a way no guest will forget!