Wedded Couple Stuck In Traffic Take First Dance On Highway

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.”

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