Everyone is talking about the Wedding Dance (I'd love to imbed it but you can't ) - really if you haven't seen it you should check it out.
Apparently a lot of pastors think it is inappropriate for a church wedding and belongs at the reception. I totally disagree. My only caveat is that I would have to actually read the lyrics (since I can't actually understand them) to make sure they were appropiate to a Christian wedding. I doubt it can be worse than the Wedding March (which I ALWAYS discourage but do not forbid because that is just not the hill I want to die on)
But dancing down the aisle? Why not? I always tell my couples that it is the actual ceremony and the vows in particular that are important and how they get to the altar really is immaterial. What is so all fired more holy or religious about the ridiculous two-step that is usually done. Nothing wrong with dancing. Those people look so joyful and happy.
The only problem I see is this --- these people were genuinely joyful, respectful and it looked like there was some forethought and choreography put into this procession. Now EVERYONE is going to want to do this and I'm afraid it's going to get sloppy and people acting stupid. And even some people doing it just for youtube time.
So I'd have to agree to such a procession on a case by case basis.
PS - Just read the lyrics and would have to nix them. "Cause we only got one night" Um, no. So pick another song and you can dance all you want!