We have all seen a million flash mobs involving proposals, but did you ever think you would see a group of fifteen kids flash mob an actual wedding ceremony in a church? No one saw it coming except for the bride, her mother and the minister, who were all in on the big surprise. These kids just walked into the church, dressed in suites and skirts, just like everyone else attending the wedding that day in Niagara Falls, Canada. They had everything planned, and knew who was their on the bride’s side, and who was there on the groom’s side to make sure they were seated in their proper places. They took their seats and calmly waited for their cue! When the bride Shannon decided she wanted to do something very special for her husband at their wedding, she contacted a local music school to see if they would be interested in singing “Chapel of Love” in the middle of the ceremony. Not only did the music school agree, but they put together a whole flash mob including ten singers and five guitar players. They even planted parents of the students around the church to capture the whole thing on video! Watch as one boy stands up completely unexpectedly and starts singing at the top of his lungs, followed by two other singers, then three more! Just when you think this is crazy, five guitar players bust through the church door, playing and singing, followed by five more singers! Everyone in the pews turns their heads in complete surprise! The faces on the guests range from complete confusion to utter joy. You can hear the crowd clap and cheer at the end as the kids end their song by singing loud and walking out the door so the happy couple can complete their wedding ceremony. Have you ever seen anything so sweet as this?