Every woman wants her wedding day to be unique and memorable. One singing bride used her special talent to make her ceremony one-of-a-kind — and by the end, there wasn’t a dry eye in the house!
Allison Dyer married her husband, Jason Thurman Jr., on October 14, 2017, becoming Allison Thurman.
The high school sweethearts from Kentucky went viral after Jason’s aunt, Taron Staggs Stone, shared a sweet video of their ceremony on Facebook.
In the clip, Allison walks down the aisle while singing Elvis Presley’s “Can’t Help Falling In Love” to her husband. Jason — and many of the wedding guests in attendance — had no idea that Allison was planning to sing.
“It was a total surprise to him,” the bride explains to LittleThings.
Allison has been singing in church since she was 2 years old. In high school, she sang in choir for three years. Even today, she still performs in churches.
Needless to say, her emotional and restrained performance was totally stunning. It’s no wonder that Jason had such a touching reaction to his bride’s surprise!
Allison tells us:
“Singing has always been a big strength of mine, and I can express my emotions vividly when I sing, as opposed to when I’m talking. I knew that singing down the aisle would be something different I could incorporate in my wedding that most people would like. But the main reason I did it is because I wanted to show everyone (especially my husband) how much love I truly have for him, even though nothing could ever fully tell that.”
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