"No cold feet here! Clad in tuxes, a groom and professional dancer, Kirk Henning, from Richmond, VA, surprised his ballerina bride, Valerie Tellmann-Henning, with an epic choreographed dance on their wedding day (July 2015). Kirk and his eight equally adorable groomsmen managed to pull off lengthy medley of pop hits while Valerie thoroughly enjoyed the performance, clapping giddily as each song changed.
Let’s be honest: Weddings can quickly get expensive. While it is absolutely worth it to splurge on your special day, sometimes the sticker shock can leave you a little dizzy as the cost of centerpieces and decor and invitations begin to add up. Most wedding planning experts urge couples to invest in the two most important aspects of the day: The venue and the food. It’s not worth being stingy on the elements that guests are likely to remember most. While we don’t recommend skimping on your wedding entertainment (after all, bad DJs can be really bad), it is an area of planning that can be pulled off on a budget with a little bit of creativity. Learn some tips for planning your wedding entertainment on a budget, below.