A hip hop choreographed first dance

November 15 |
Photo by Vero Image

We'll be featuring Ruben and Joaquin's wedding next week, but we couldn't wait to show you their amazingly fun hip hop first dance. Here's what Ruben had to say about it:

Joaquin and I are huge fans of reality dance shows (So You Think You Can Dance is our favorite) and we wanted to do something special for our first dance. We decided to do a hip hop dance that would start with "You're All I Need to Get By" by Marvin Gaye and transition to "You're All I Need to Get By" by Method Man and Mary J. Blige. A friend choreographed it for us and it was really fun.

I know you're ready to see the video now!

  1. LOVE THIS! What a great first dance. So sweet and fun.

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  2. Was not expecting to cry at a post titled " a hip hop choreographed first dance," but cry I did. Congrats to the happy couple!

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    • lol me too. I thought I would smile a little. Then the waterworks came. What a great first dance!

  3. These guys look like so much fun! Best first dance ever!!

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  4. Yup, I just cried. Can't wait to see more details!

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  5. So adorable! very handsome couple, and the dance was cute.

  6. Just lovely – I cried, too. What a great idea, and so well done! A gorgeous couple, I wish them happiness forever.

  7. They are so cute. Looks like a great fun party

  8. I love both of these songs and this idea was just so cute! This couple looks so happy and i am so happy for them and their love!

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