LOOK: Newlywed did not mind dancing in the middle of mud to celebrate their wedding day

Weddings! Who does not get excited with weddings? This is a time when two people finally made a vow to officially spend their lives together, build a family of their own, and just “live happily ever after,” so they say.

Wedding is a very memorable event not just to celebrate the union of two people, but also for their respective families to be as one. This is also the time when close and distant relatives come together to witness the special ceremony and be reunited. It’s like celebrating two events in one occasion, a wedding and a mini-reunion for the family.

Every bride-to-be makes sure to dedicate all her time and effort to make sure all the details on their dream wedding will fall on its place. But we all know for a fact that there is no such thing as a perfect wedding or even a perfect event. Just like what Murphy’s law suggests: “anything that can go wrong will go wrong”.

But one couple proved that although anything can actually go wrong in a certain event no matter how much you plan for it, the smallest detail should never hinder them to celebrate this once in a lifetime moment.

A video of a couple in the middle of their wedding celebration is now going rounds on social media. In the first video, it seems like the couple is having their first dance as newlywed while on the second video, the couple appears to be in the middle of their prosperity dance.

A prosperity dance is a wedding tradition wherein the couple will take the dance floor while guests pin money on their clothes.

What made the video posted by Facebook user Bebsan Mercader Jimenez such a huge hit to netizens, is the fact that the couple actually continued to go with their wedding program despite being surrounded with a thick mud due to a typhoon that hit their place during their wedding day.

“Bahalag bagyo basta dayon ang kasal. Best wishes sa inyo duha gah rose.. More babies to comewahahhaha!” Bebsan wrote on the caption.

In the video, the bride could be seen still all smiles while dancing even if half of her white bridal gown is filled with mud. Some of the guests were kind enough to arrange the bride’s gown but she seems okay with it and did not let this small detail ruin their special day.

Here are the comments from the netizens:

Nevertheless, netizens still congratulated the couple for embarking on a new journey together and making sure that not even mud can get away in their celebration.

Watch the video below:

Posted by Bebsan Mercader Jimenez on Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Posted by Bebsan Mercader Jimenez on Tuesday, January 8, 2019

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