After getting engaged in July, Graham and Jennifer Young planned a small wedding for the fall. Sadly, they realized that social gatherings were still unsafe due to COVID-19, so on November 6, they decided to tie the knot with just a few close family members. They headed to Belfast City Hall in Ireland for the ceremony, expecting to enjoy some coffee and donuts afterward and call it a day.
The newlyweds were on their way to a coffee shop when they spotted buskers Mael Dee Dee and Isra Castro playing on a street corner outside Linenhall Library. “So we … basically were dared for this to be our first dance — and we thought why not!” Jennifer told BBC.
As the buskers played “Stir It Up” by Bob Marley, Jennifer and her new husband twirled and swayed on the sidewalk as if they were the only two people on the planet! A stranger named Emily McGarvey happened to be passing by when the adorable moment occurred, so she recorded their first dance for the world.
It just goes to show that romance knows no bounds! Watch the newlyweds dance together in the video below, and don’t forget to share this story.
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A couple who just got married at Belfast City Hall having their first dance to buskers 🥰 pic.twitter.com/lVR7uRfffG— Emily McGarvey (@emilymcgarvey_) November 6, 2020
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