Some grooms give their brides jewelry or flowers on their wedding day. Not Teddy Forance, nope. The professional dancer and his groomsmen — who just happen to be dancers, too — choreographed and performed an epic dance as a gift to Teddy's wife and it is everything you would want a choreographed groomsmen dance to be.
Which is no surprise, because the groom is a member of Shaping Sound, a dance company founded in 2012 by So You Think You Can Dance's Travis Wall, who took second place on the show in season two, and joined in season five as a choreographer. So, if you're planning a major dance routine at your wedding reception, it's probably going to be extra epic if everyone involved is an accomplished professional dancer.
The routine starts with a group groove to Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake's "Love Never Felt so Good," and a lot of cheers from the other guests. Then the bride is picked up in her chair and twirled around the dance floor (without the groom, so they weren't doing a revamped hora). She's gently set back down on the sidelines before — and this is where it slays — indoor fireworks explode behind the dancers and the place goes nuts. Pure wedding magic.
The video ends with the groom kneeling in front of his beautiful bride for a serious make-out sesh. (Note to self, date some hot dancers in next life.)
If you want to see Teddy and the guys get down in person, Shaping Sound tours nationally. You can find dates here.