If this was directed toward us, we might be a little scared.
The Haka is a traditional dance of New Zealand’sMori people and, while it might be intimidating to most, it moved this Mori bride to happy tears.
The men at the reception gathered in a circle to begin the dance with huffing, chanting, and some serious tongue action.
The men spread out to make eye contact with the bride and her new husband, huffing and shoutingall the way.
Here Comes the Waterworks
The bride was visibly moved by the gesture.
Even the bridesmaids got in on the action, looking super fierce.
The bride choked back tears until she couldn’t hold them any longer. Her new husband chanted along at her side.
Then the Bride Joined in!
The emotion overcame her. She had to participate.
The bride and groom hugged everyone involved, moved by theperformance and reflecting on what it means to them.
This performance is so moving. Watch it with audio for the full shouting, screaming and spear-wielding experience.
It might not be the traditional wedding experience we’reused to, butyou have to admit that thisHaka tops pretty much any daddy-daughter dance in history.
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