We've seen Carson Wentz orchestrate a victory celebration before. But he's never had a dance partner quite like his new wife Maddie Oberg.
As we wrote Monday, the pair got married over the weekend up in Bucks County in what looked like a beautiful affair. Wentz shared some photos from the lovely day.
And now some of the fun has started to pop up on the internet. Like their introduction for the first time as Mr. and Mrs. Wentz.
The intro has a bit of Pam and Jim from "The Office" wedding vibe before a "Dirty Dancing" fake out leads them into the "Thriller" dance that includes much of their wedding party.
Looks like a good time to me.
Wentz also shared a teaser video of their day on his Instagram:
Carson Wentz is a married man.
The Eagles' quarterback and his bride, Madison Oberg, kept things on the DL and got married in Bucks County over the weekend.
Wentz shared photos of their engagement back in February and again posted a couple of select shots from their wedding to his Twitter on Monday.
"Such a blessing to finally get to marry my best friend! It was an incredible day and God has his fingerprints all over our story! I’m a lucky man with one amazing wife
#WentzUponATime," Wentz tweeted.
The ceremony over the weekend reportedly took place at The Lake House Inn and was visible to a boater named Christy Stack, who snapped a couple of photos and shared them to Facebook.
"We could hear the whole ceremony! And then after 'you may kiss the bride' a guy on a kayak did the Eagles chant ," Stack wrote on Facebook.
Congrats to Wentz and his new wife. The guy just keeps collecting rings in 2018.
Here's a look at the setting as shared by the caterer:
UPDATE: Wentz also shared a teaser video of their big day:
Make it two rings in three days for Carson Wentz.
The Eagles' injured franchise QB was feeling healthy enough to get on one knee and propose to his girlfriend Madison Oberg hours after the Eagles won Super Bowl LII.
In a stunning turn of events ... she said yes!
The only thing that would have made this better is if Wentz began the proposal and Nick Foles came in by the fourth picture to finish the job (h/t to Roob for that).
Also ... where the heck are they, Westeros?
No word yet on whether Doug Pederson first sat Wentz down to have "the talk."