Showing off the moves that won him the Strictly Come Dancing crown in 2011, Harry Judd twirled new bride Izzy Johnston around in a specially choreographed first dance.
The couple put in 11 hours of rehearsal to perfect their dance routine to Michael Bublé's Can't Help Falling in Love.
Speaking to Hello! magazine, violinist Johnston admitted, 'the night before the wedding I didn't sleep because I was going through the steps in my head.'
The dance packed with lifts and spins had been choreographed by Strictly professional Ian Waite and Judd had even arranged for Strictly announcer Alan Dedicoat to record a special greeting to introduce them.
Dedicoat said, 'Live from St Michael's Manor, performing an American Smooth, Izzy Judd and her dance partner, Harry Judd.'
The pair married before Christmas in a church ceremony in Harpenden, Hertfordshire, before attending a reception at St Michael's Manor.
The bride wore a fluffy white cardigan over her dress for the winter wedding and carried a pastel coloured bouquet, while Harry looked dapper in a suit with a white tie and pink rose.
Continuing the theme, guests including Kara Tointon and Matt Willis, were treated to a cake which was topped by a glitter ball.
Proving he's not just about the dancing, Harry also performed with his McFly bandmates, who were ushers for the day.
The boys sang a a special version of Don't Worry Baby by the Beach Boys, accompanied by a string quartet, piano and choir as it was the song playing when Judd proposed.
Harry said, 'It was just perfection. Genuinely the best day ever. Izzy looked absolutely beautiful.'
Oh you big romantic Harry, you!
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