The list of things to do for an engaged couple planning their upcoming nuptials can feel overwhelming. From the venue to the flowers to the time of day and even the type of cake to be served, the choices for customizing your wedding and making it all your own are seemingly endless.
Among the beloved elements of a wedding that couples now look forward to planning is the first dance at the reception. It used to be that a couple would choose one somewhat slow-paced or romantic song, hold each other close, and dance as the wedding guests watched. Now, some couples are taking that tradition and turning it on its head.
Bye bye, slow music. Hello, '90s jams and choreographed routines.
Take a look at what Dominique Morisseau and Jimmy Keys did at their wedding reception recently. As their guests watched in delight, Morisseau and Keys performed an upbeat choreographed routine of songs that span three decades. The two had their wedding reception at Detroit's Charles H. Wright's Museum of African American History.
'Omg! Insider' correspondent and Yahoo!'s own Michael Yo joined me in studio to talk about the couple's unique dance skills.