Weddings used to be so rigid and couples felt tied to certain traditions simply because "that's what you do at weddings". But you know what? I say it's time we shake things up! Don't want a wedding party? Don't have one! The bride wants to do her Father-daughter dance with her mom instead? LET HER! The wedding party wants to dance down the aisle to a choreographed dance to "WAP" by Megan Thee Stallion? Not sure that's going to fly at church but if your priest is okay with it, BY ALL MEANS!

A photographer named Morgan McCabe got to shoot a wedding in Hampton, New Hampshire, for a couple named Kristen and Warren. The photos are absolutely gorgeous and it looks like it was the perfect day. Kristen and Warren decided to do something very unique at their wedding. Warren has a very special relationship with his 94-year-old grandfather, so he decided to make him a groomsman. Is this not the best thing you have a ever seen? This guy looks like a HOOT!

Morgan Hope Photography

Warren told his photographer Morgan that his grandfather was going to steal the show and Warren wouldn't want it any other way. And that's exactly what happened! Morgan said he was kicking back with a beer while everyone was getting ready. All eyes were on him at the reception while he was busting some serious moves on the dance floor.

Morgan Hope Photography
Morgan Hope Photography

These photos won the internet today! I just wish I got invited to this wedding so I could have boogied down with gramps!

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