This bride performed a Beyoncé inspired dance routine at her wedding and it 100% slays
Most of us dream about having the perfect wedding. It is, after all, one of the most important days of your life. However, in the age of viral videos, it seems that the wedding stakes have been elevated. While you certainly don’t need to perform a dance routine down the aisle or have a troupe of dancing kittens deliver the rings to make your special day perfect (in fact, you might prefer to leave all of that out), we do take joy in seeing a bride or groom express their affections for each other with over blown gestures of romance.
However, we’ve never seen a wedding routine that’s so full of S-L-A-Y as this!
Former Making the Band contestant and singer and dancer Melissa Molinaro married her husband Bryan over the weekend, and to celebrate the occasion she performed a FLAWLESS dance set to Beyoncé’s “Upgrade U” and “End of Time.”
"My husband always told me his favorite thing is to watch me perform so you know I had to give him the performance of a lifetime! This is all for you boo!" she wrote on Instagram, sharing a teaser video of the performance.
THIS. IS. JUST. TOO. GOOD.
The seven minute (!) performance, sees Melissa wearing a bridal white leotard with a peplum skirt and she looks STUNNING.
The look on Bryan’s face is PRICELESS. He’s obviously LOVING every minute of this performance, and Melissa looks so, so beautiful.
Towards the end of the performance, the rest of the wedding crowd jump up and join in. Watch the full performance below.
Melissa also uploaded a bunch of cute pictures on to Instagram of the wedding, too.
"It's you it has always been you, God created you just for me," she wrote.
Okay, we’re SO obsessed with this. Not only is it actually a really cute thing to do, the performance is so epic that we’re actually speechless.
We’re not gonna lie, we now definitely want to choreograph a totally amazing and flawless routine for our wedding. Given that we most likely have two left feet, however, we’re probably going to have to start practicing now (with or without a fiancé).