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Bride Thinks First Dance Is Ruined, But Then Looks Onstage For Shock Of Her Life.

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The biggest day of your life is your wedding day. It takes months to plan that beautiful day. Every bride tries to create their dream wedding and prays that it all goes off without a hitch. From the dress to the venue to cake to DJ or band, you want everything to be flawless.

Unfortunately, I don’t think there has been a wedding in history that hasn’t had something go wrong. But sometimes, a seemingly small mistake can make a wedding even sweeter. When one beautiful bride and her husband took to the center of the dance floor for their first dance, what seemed to be a huge blunder turned out to be a big blessing.

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The video was recorded last March of a newlywed couple who’s favorite country artist is Mark Wills, so they chose to waltz to his song “Like There’s No Yesterday.”

But when the DJ played the song it started to skip on the first verse. The bride looked a bit disappointed, but the DJ reassured her by saying it would just be played live by the band.

That’s when country star Mark Wills showed up on stage to plug in his guitar and began to sing the song live.

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When the bride turned her head and saw who it was she screamed with excitement.

The groom must’ve spent some major planning time to pull it off for his bride!

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As Mark continued to serenade them with his soothing voice, she couldn’t stop crying as she was held in the arms of her husband.

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We have seen a lot of incredible wedding dances, like the couple who redid the iconic scene from Dirty Dancing and the bride who was surprised by Tim McGraw, but this one is such a special moment between the bride and groom.

We are so glad her moment of joy was captured on camera!

Watch it below (be sure to grab a tissue) and share this special moment with a friend!

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