Coronation Street actor Sam Aston performed some very impressive yoga moves at his fun-filled wedding reception alongside wife Briony Gardner.
For their first dance as a married couple, bride Briony swapped her wedding gown for some leggings and a simple vest top as she put her new husband through his paces.
In newly released pictures from their special day, Sam is seen launching Briony into the air using his legs as stunned guests look on.
Another snap from earlier in the day shows the beaming newlyweds looking suitably loved-up as they sign the wedding register.
Yoga teacher Briony looked stunning in an off-the-shoulder white gown with intricate lace detailing and a flowing veil.
While Sam, best known for playing Chesney Brown in Corrie, looked dapper in a black suit and bow-tie for the occasion.
Sam told OK! magazine: "When I turned around and saw Briony, I thought she looked unbelievably beautiful. The ceremony was a surreal experience – it was joy on the highest level."
The couple were joined on the day by Sam's co-stars pregnant Brooke Vincent, who plays Sophie Webster, Jennie McAlpine, his on-screen sister Fizz Brown, and Katie McGlynn, who plays his former love interest Sinead Tinker.
Newlyweds Sam and Briony went all out to impress with their acrobatic moves to John Legend's Stay With You at their reception- which almost ended in with the groom dropping the bride as he tried to impress his family.
Expert Briony has continued to show off her professional skills on their idyllic honeymoon to the Maldives.
Documenting their time away on social media, Briony has posted numerous snaps of her perfecting some bendy poses- with Sam occasionally stepping in to help out.
Sam and Briony have been dating since 2012.
They got engaged in 2017 when Sam got up on stage at a charity golf day and surprised her by getting down on one knee.
The pair tied the knot earlier this month at Stock Farm, in Cheshire, in front of their family, friends, and Sam's Corrie co-stars, including Alan Halsall and Mikey North.
The stunning countryside venue is set inside acres of rural farm land on the edge of Tatton Park, and a popular choice among couples tying the knot.
Reflecting on their special day, Briony said: "The whole day was perfect. I didn’t stop crying! I didn’t think Sam would be as emotional as he was."
"I had to compose myself when I said my vows, I could feel a lump in my throat," Sam added.
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