Ladies all over the world swooned when they first heard Lee Brice‘s romantic wedding gift to his wife, Sara … a gorgeous ballad he penned, entitled “I Don’t Dance.” The song resonated with brides-to-be (and therefore, was embraced by grooms-to-be) to such an extent that the song was declared a “Dream Wedding Song” by popular wedding website, The Knot.
Today, Brice released the accompanying music video to the song that has women’s hearts skipping beats, and this production is sure to cue the waterworks of those who are touched by his sentiments. In this video, Brice gives fans a glimpse inside his wedding to his beautiful wife, featuring footage from the couple’s nuptials. During other moments, the video shows Brice alone on a stage, and, while the room surrounding him seems somewhat large, the time he shares by himself is extremely intimate. This video will touch your heart, soothe your soul, and remind you that true love doesn’t just exist in fairytales. It also exists in country music.
The Knot’s Dream Wedding:
During a rather apropos week to feature this story, Boston bombing survivors, Rebekah Gregory and Pete DiMartino, married on April 4, 2014 at the Biltmore in Asheville, North Caroline. “I Don’t Dance” was featured as their wedding song during their “The Knot’s Dream Wedding.” The wedding was planned by The Knot and each intimate detail was voted on by the public.
The couple was at the finish line of the Boston Marathon cheering on Pete’s mother in 2013 when the bombs exploded. Shielding her young son, Gregory had injuries that required 15 surgeries. DiMartino lost 90 percent of his right Achilles tendon and suffered multiple broken bones in his ankle. He has undergone several surgeries and months of physical therapy.
Image courtesy of Sara Kauss (www.sarakaussmusicians.com)