Jessica McKee is marrying her prince charming and she looks just like a Disney's princess on her wedding day. Her family is super excited to welcome their new in-law and they have just the thing to welcome him into their family! What better way to do it than through song, Disney Style but with a twist.
By adding their own lyrics to Disney songs, they have the guest so entertain by the welcome! Jessica's family begins by introducing all of the wedding guests with the classic song, "Be Our Guest" from Beauty and the Beast. Midway through the song, her brothers poke fun at her for being the youngest sibling. They teased her about getting everything she wanted including a horse and an Iphone by the age of 14. Her dad was about to completely spill the beans on her being born, but then Jessica's mom saved him from embarrassment! It was so funny to see everyone's facial expressions!
The next song was done by her big sister. To "When Will My Life Begin" from Tangled, she sings about Jessica's day to day schedule and what she has to look forward to in marriage. Her sister can sing really well, almost as if she was actually from the movie!
Then Jessica's dad and her two brothers shine the spotlight on Scott and pick on him a little to the song "I'll Make A Man Out Of You" from Mulan. It was so hilarious to hear what they think about their new brother-in-law. In between that song, Jessica's dad talks about the moment he knew she fell in love with Scott. That's when both of Jessica's parents sing about their new life as empty nesters in the song "Can You Feel The Love Tonight" from The Lion King and "For The First Time In Forever" from Frozen.
The family then closes, and their other in-laws join them on stage as they welcome Scott one final time into their family. They sing "A Whole New World" from Aladdin in honor of the union Jessica and Scott have formed. The family's compilation of Disney songs has everyone laughing and clapping. It is definitely a night to remember!
WATCH: Family Give Disney Style Welcome
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