London wedding couple James and Julia Derbyshire attracted several million views, when they danced to Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey's classic dance from the end of Dirty Dancing. So fairy tales still exist and if your wedding day dance went viral and hey who knows it could make it onto The Oprah Winfrey Show.
In fairy tales, happy couples ride off into the sunset, couples today can dance into the happily ever after.
Before you start waltzing off the first thing you need to do in preparation for your wedding dance is to find a wedding dance teacher or dance school.
Wedding dance lessons are good way to have some fun together during the count down to the big day. Be prepared to relax and enjoy the experience.
The next thing to do is to choose a song for your first dance lesson. This can be fast or slow, a song that has special meaning to you both, a song that you both love or maybe a song or piece of music from a favourite movie.
When it comes to learning to dance for your wedding, personal lessons generally work best as you can discuss any ideas you may have with your dance instructor and he or she can plan a dance just for you to suit your song choice and your dance ability.
If you are not very confident on the dance floor and maybe secretly dreading the first dance, having a few dance lessons will make you feel more at ease when you take to the floor for your first dance as a married couple.
Alternatively, if you can't wait to get out there and wow your guests, your dance instructor can create something more ambitious for you.
Whether you would like to recreate a favourite dance from Strictly, a movie, a theatre show, a dance video or you just want to be a step up from shuffling around in a circle, having some dance lessons may be one of the most enjoyable experiences you have while planning your wedding.
And don't forget to video the dance who knows it could go viral.
Story supplied by Jocelyn Young, DANCE CONNECTION.