Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright's fairytale wedding was captured exclusively by HELLO! with a series of stunning shots that shared the details of the couple's special day, and now the groom has revealed more special moments from their wedding. One shot shows the fun-loving duo show off their best moves on the dancefloor during their Dirty Dancing routine, which followed their first dance to Whitney Houston's famous hit I Have Nothing.
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Mark swept his new bride off her feet on the couple's wedding day
The bride can be seen in her new husband's arms in her second, shorter wedding dress – a 1950s-inspired design in raw cut silk organza with Sophia Webster shoes – as Mark swings her around in a classic lift.
"It's safe to say us and our crowd know how to party !! #weddingmemories," Mark captured the throwback photo.
Mark's sister leads the gents in a dance
Another picture captures the former Strictly Come Dancing contestant delight his wedding guests by skidding across the dancefloor. "And me a bit too much !! Haha," he wrote alongside it.
There was certainly plenty of dancing during the festivities - another snap shows the dapper groomsmen decked out in crisp white shirts, black trousers and bow ties as they perform a dance with Mark's sister, who is wearing a figure-hugging peach number and a pair of gold strappy heels.
Mark shows off his dancing skills on his wedding day
Mark remembered his nearest and dearest on his big day, posting a photograph of himself posing with his mum and dad – "2 special people in my life who made me the man I am today !!" – and a picture of his two sisters in their pink robes as they were busy with preparations on the morning of their brother's wedding day.
"Can't leave out me little sis @NatalyaWrightx with the big sis @MissJessWright_ #bridesmaids," Mark wrote next to the photograph, which shows the pretty brunettes in one of the bedrooms of Hengrave Hall in Suffolk, where the celebrations took place.
More candid photos showed Mark’s groomsmen, who were all suited and booted in tuxedos and bow ties to match the groom.