This slow-motion wedding video will renew your faith in love

This is what the perfect wedding reception looks like in 160 frames per second. 


Austin Powell


Published Aug 30, 2013   Updated Jun 1, 2021, 7:48 am CDT

Turns out Robin Thicke didn’t need a parade of naked women to land the hottest music video of the summer. He just needed a slow-motion video booth at the right wedding.

Newlyweds Ellie Koning and Quang Dinh hired the production company Super Frog Saves Tokyo to capture the afterparty at their Aug. 11 I do’s at Sodo Park in Seattle, Wash.

The resulting 4:27 montage, shot at 160 frames per second and set to Thicke’s “Blurred Lines,” plays out like an alternate scene of Wedding Crashers. It’s got all of the perquisite party favors: confetti, a horse mask, Silly String, and a gorgeous, happily married couple.

This video will leave you seriously reevaluating your potential bridal party.


It’s not too late to send them a wedding gift, either.

H/T Reddit

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*First Published: Aug 30, 2013, 6:00 am CDT