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The bride of Steven Williams was left in shock after watching the surprise video that was played on their wedding day last month. All of the guests were amazed by the 12-minute clip that the husband had worked so hard on.
Metro noted that the video project took Steven an entire year to complete.
The groom first started by created a Twitter account dedicated to the project. Steven began following celebrity accounts and managed to get celebrities including Jimmy Carr, Matt Lucas, and Jonathan Ross to send in a clip wishing the newlyweds well for the video.
"He told me he was going to do something, but I didn't know it was going to be such a surprise," said the bride, Ceri Williams.
Steven explained that celebrities became curious of the project and began asking him what it was about. When he began receiving replies of multiple video messages, he called his friend Tom Naylor to help him edit and produce the final product.
"I tried to keep it to about three tweets a week but I didn't want to be overzealous. I just asked them to give me a bit of help and sent them a message to say what was going on. They either said yes or unfollowed me," Steven explained.
According to The Daily Mail, the video itself has received over 6,250 views since being posted on YouTube.
"It was something really heart-warming to see so many of these big names who must get contacted every day take the time to respond and help. I'm very lucky," said Ceri.