There are few major life moments you can literally script out. You can’t plan your birth and you can’t script your death. What you can script however, is your wedding.
The first dance as husband and wife is such a special moment. The song chosen will serve as the soundtrack to your love. It will forever encapsulate that moment — a moment you never get to redo. So what could be more romantic than your husband actually writing that song just for you?
That’s the gift Lee Brice treated his bride, Sara Reeveley, to on April 21, 2013 when the two said their forever “I Do’s.” When the newly minted Mr. & Mrs. Brice took the dance floor at the reception, they whirled and twirled to “I Don’t Dance,” a song that Lee wrote just for Sara. It was picture perfect except for one thing.
“I was trying to keep it a secret,” Brice told Radio.com. “But then I had to play it out one night and she got mad, because I was playing it out before we got married.”