Leave the lavish weddings to British royalty. The new trend in matrimony is a viral video-ready flash mob.
That’s how John and Caroline Kleiman of Needham, Mass. exchanged their vows. Guests, dressed like typical mall shoppers, broke out into a rehearsed song-and-dance number to “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” in the middle of Boston’s Prudential Center before the couple walked down a makeshift aisle.
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The whole shebang was recession-friendly. The bride’s dress cost $36, she did her own hair and makeup, and the reception was held at a nearby hotel and only cost around $3,000. The couple, who met while working in Rwanda, wouldn’t have it any other way. “My clothes, the hair, the makeup,” Caroline said, “It wasn’t important to me.”
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