Quiet please . . . the happy couple are dancing

Deborah and Fraser Fraser Duguid get the 'silent treatment' at their wedding reception

Deborah and Fraser Fraser Duguid get the 'silent treatment' at their wedding reception

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A NEWLYWED couple enjoyed an unforgettable first dance as bride and groom.

Motherwell man Fraser Duguid organised a ‘silent disco’ as he and new wife Deborah took to the dance floor at the reception in Dalziel Park.

The silent disco phenomenon, where party goers dance en masse to music being played through wireless headphones, as opposed to booming speaker systems, has been sweeping the clubs and festivals of Europe in recent years.

Former Dalziel High School pupil Fraser (26) hit upon the idea for his wedding dance after helping out sister-in-law, Kirsty, who has just set up a silent disco business.

Guests at the reception were also wearing earphones to listen.

Fraser said: “I’d kept it as a surprise and bringing in the silent disco seemed to heighten that very intimacy. My wife thought it was a very romantic touch. You could say she was stunned.”

Fraser and Deborah remained tight lipped over what their first dance song was.