Watch This Emotional Groom Break Down When He Sees His Bride Walking Down the Aisle

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One day I hope to find a man that looks at me the way Will Ceaser looks at Lindsey Ceaser. #thesearchhasceasedIf this video touched you, please send to Ellen DeGeneres! They are two of the most beautiful, loving people I have ever known. Let's show people what love really looks like.

Posted by Alyssa Hudson on Sunday, December 6, 2015

Prepare to be properly moved to tears. Tender-hearted groom, Will Ceaser, couldn't help but show his emotions when watching his bride, Lindsey Whitehead, walk down the aisle during their Alabama wedding ceremony. An adorable video (above) of the weeping groom posted to Facebook has already been viewed over 3.7 million times!

The heart swelling video of the emotionally overwhelmed groom was posted after the southern couple celebrated their big day in Eufaula, Alabama on December 5. It shows a close-up view of the very sharp-dressed groom, watching as his beautiful bride walks down the aisle. An overcome Ceaser is seen continuously wiping away tears of joy from his eyes, while receiving comfort from his surrounding groomsmen and wedding officiant. "She's my gift," Ceaser told the Huffington Post of the moving moment. "Heaven sent. I've found my good thing. All I could do was weep in joy and excitement and bliss and happiness. She was finally about to be mine." Talk about true love!

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One onlooker took to Instagram to post a truly adorable photo of the newlyweds providing new insight into this weeping groom's view of his beautiful bride. The photo shows Whitehead wearing a full tulle-skirt accompanied by an embellished beaded corset. The caption for the sweet snapshot reads, "Happy wedding day to my best friend and her groom. #thesearchhasceased"

Happy wedding day to my best friend and her groom. ❿ᅬ #thesearchhasceased

A photo posted by Carmen Boothe (@carmenpat) on

The adorable duo, who met back in 2006, choose the same church in which they first laid eyes on each other as the background for their wedding day, The Huffington Post reports. The new husband and wife, who successfully touched the hearts of over 3.7 million with their weeping viral video, now reside in Pascagoula, Mississippi, where their story will forever be shared among a unique collection of the Internet's most touching wedding day moments.

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