Lee Brice’s “I Don't Dance” Selected for Dream Wedding

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Lee Brice wrote his romantic hit “I Don't Dance” as a wedding gift for his wife, Sara, for their first dance as husband and wife. Now, “I Don’t Dance” is becoming the song of choice for other weddings as well.

Recently, Lee’s song became part of an especially touching ceremony. Top wedding website The Knot selected the song for the Dream Wedding it hosted for Rebekah Gregory and Pete DiMartino, April 4, at the beautiful Biltmore Estate in Asheville, N.C. Both Rebekah and Pete are survivors of the Boston Marathon bombing incident that occurred last year. Check out the video below recapping the couple’s special day with “I Don’t Dance” as the backdrop.

Earlier in April, "I Don't Dance" was chosen by The Knot as one of the top wedding songs of the year. It was the only country song that made the list.

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