You always hope a groom will be grinning from ear to ear on his wedding day, but this guy had an extra reason to be chuffed.
The bride, who goes by Simply Eve on TikTok, learnt the traditional Tongan dance without telling her groom. She went as far as to tell the bro she cbf doing it, so you can imagine how he was feeling when she smashed it at the wedding.
“The coolest experience ever,” she wrote in the caption. “Told him I didn’t want to do it and then learnt in secret with his little sister!”
Commenters are giving her all the props in the world for her display of love and respect for her husband and his culture.
“Proud to be Tongan,” one person wrote. “It's so beautiful seeing other people of a different race acknowledge our culture!! So precious and beautiful Palagi girl.”
“The best part is how excited all the guests are,” said another.
“This is the most beautiful thing I’ve seen in a long time,” a third added.
“This is beautiful,” wrote one more. “Would’ve meant the world to him and his family!”
At a Samoan wedding last year, a similar surprise occurred, except it was the groom getting amongst it.
One husband did extra mahi ahead of his wedding by learning a whole Fa'ataupati (Samoan slap dance) to the surprise of everyone in attendance.
Posted to the husband and wife’s TikTok account @the_priestleys, the bro impressed everyone online too. His performance has been viewed over two million times and has racked up over 350k likes.
Nothing quite beats a wedding when it comes to celebrations and this stuff only makes them better.