The highway to adore isn’t always smooth, as Jeff and Rebecca Payne found out this week.
The integrate were married in Dayton, Ohio, Saturday night, usually to get stranded in a outrageous trade jam on a approach to their reception.
The bride and husband ― and everybody else ― were stalled for an hour before another engineer speckled a bride’s marriage dress and suggested they do their initial dance right there on U.S. Route 35, according to internal hire WLWT.
“It was indeed some strangers from Kansas,” a couple’s videographer, Levi Curby, told CNN. “They beheld a marriage dress and asked what (the newlyweds) would be doing if they weren’t stranded in traffic.”
The motorists suggested a integrate take that initial dance afterwards and there.
Although “Life Is A Highway” might have been apropos, a integrate instead danced to Alison Krauss’ “When You Say Nothing At All,” that one of a bystanders found on Spotify.
Others watched from their vehicles while Curby filmed a whole thing, according to “Inside Edition.”
“I consider there were some tears during first, though no meltdowns,” Curby told “Inside Edition.” “They were dual sports. They rubbed a whole thing so well. They did great. The dance incited it into a party.”