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Robert And Teresa Ly's Epic Wedding Music Video Was Done In One Take

08/27/2015 02:05 EDT | Updated 08/28/2015 11:59 EDT

These two may just have to retire — at least in the world of one-take music videos.

In probably the most epic wedding video we've ever seen, Orlando couple Robert And Teresa Ly put together an awesome multi-song music video in one take at their reception.

Uploaded by Robert to YouTube on Monday, the couple surprised their 250 wedding guests with a secret mission — they would have to take part in the video. The instructions, which were hidden in envelopes under each table, outlined what each group had to do. Guests were briefed for 10 minutes before the camera started rolling.

"We love having fun and wanted to do something fun for our guests," 29-year-old Robert told the Orlando Sentinel. "There was older generations there that don't know how to dance the 'nae nae' but they know how to do a driving motion and wave their hands in the air."

The almost eight-minute video (trust us, it is worth it) features the couple and their guests going through hit tracks like Maroon 5's "Sugar" to Nicki Minaj's "Anaconda" and of course, Silentó's "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)." They even start their video lip syncing through a "Frozen" song!


The couple, who own a ninja-themed sushi restaurant in Orlando called Sus Hi Eatstation, have also both worked with video projects in the past.

And to top off such a great performance, we have to give a huge shout-out to the guests who were equally awesome, especially the guy dancing with soy sauce.

But seriously, the bar has been raised. Watch the video above.

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