Adorable couple lip syncs through their entire wedding

Watch out, Anna Kendrick, this couple is winning the lip sync battle with their adorable wedding video.

Fun-loving couple James and Jenny made a video of themselves lip syncing to Marron 5's "Sugar" on their wedding day. Their wedding party doubled as backup dancers for the elaborate routine.

The video begins with James lying in his bed at the Marriott Hotel as he lip syncs to the song's opening lines. When he gets to "I need you now," we genuinely believe that he's singing about Jenny!

Next, the shot cuts to Jenny anxiously thumbing through her phone as she observes the Baltimore landscape outside her window.

After James shaves (yep, this video includes ALL the nitty gritty details!) and Jenny gets the royal hair and makeup treatment, the wedding-attire-clad pair is finally united just in time for the song's chorus.

The wedding party finally jumps into the video and continue dancing and singing by the couple's side for the remainder of the ordeal. While some seem more enthusiastic than others, the whole group is clearly willing to do just about anything to make the bride and groom happy. Talk about a strong support system. There's even what appears to be attempted "krumping" in the vid!

Some of the guests get in on the action right after the tear-jerking "I do" is said on each end. What a way to celebrate the happy couple.

If these two aren't made for each other, we don't know who is. We wish you a long and happy marriage, James and Jenny!

Want a fun, personal wedding but not into the idea of a choreographed routine? This video offers advice for making your wedding more personal:

How to Make Your Wedding More Personal

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