It's the first day of the rest of your lives ... Why not kick it off with some style?
This video, which was posted to YouTube in January, begins with a happy couple slow dancing to a Bryan Adams tune that's become fairly commonplace at weddings.
But just about a minute later, things lose all semblance of normality as the newlyweds kick up their heels to an entertaining playlist, and treat their guests to a funny dance routine.
There's synchronized hand-jiving, some jigging, a little headbanging, and even a bit of the "Macarena."
From the looks of things, the routine must have been rehearsed: the bride's tennis shoes indicate a little forethought), but it nevertheless took plenty of guests by surprise and looks to have been a fun way to start off a marriage.
Click through the slideshow below to see more outrageous wedding dance videos.
This is by far the most-viewed wedding video on the internet. Posted in July 2009, the famed "Forever" entrance has been viewed 69.6 million times.
This video of newlyweds getting down to "Baby Got Back" has garnered nearly 15.3 millon hits since it was posted in November 2007.
This video from February 2007, featuring a Jack Johnson/Michael Jackson mash-up, has received 15.2 million hits to date.
Michael Jackson is clearly a popular choice for surprise wedding dances. This clip from August 2007 has been viewed 14.9 million times.
These newlyweds surprised their guests with the robot in 2005. The video has been viewed 11.7 million times.
This couple had a Grease Lightning moment in November 2008. Their video has received more than 11.1 million hits.
Part Two of the "Forever" saga: This time, the couple is getting divorced! Their video from July 2009 has been viewed 9.4 million times.
This couple surprised their guests with a 50's and 60's medley in January 2008. More than 7.2 million people have seen the video.
This 10th wedding anniversary video has been viewed more than 6 million times. The vow renewal video was posted in March 2008.
This couple is loving every second of their new life together. Their reception entrance video was posted in September 2008 and has received 2.5 million hits.