Bride Performs Breathtaking Wedding Song in Sign Language for Deaf Groom

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When Elizabeth first met Scott, she fell so head over heels for him that she immediately started learning sign language.

Scott started to lose his hearing when he was just five-years-old and went completely deaf when he was eight. But the communication barrier was not something that Elizabeth would let get in the way of their love story.

And she made that perfectly clear when the couple tied the knot on January 27th, 2018 in Sydney, Australia.

Scott had absolutely no idea, but his bride-to-be had been secretly learning sign language to the lyrics of their song, “A Thousand Years” by Christina Perri.

Typically, when a woman pauses at the end of the aisle, it’s cause for major runaway-bride concern—but Elizabeth’s gesture proved to be quite the opposite.

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As “A Thousand Years” hit the loudspeakers, Elizabeth raised her hands to sign the lyrics in an elegant performance that left Scott sobbing tears of joy! She says since the wedding, he has watched the special moment back over 100 times.

Just one time through, and you’ll see why that “replay” button is so addictive! Check out this magical moment for yourself in the video below:

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