Harry Styles is not the kind of boy who should be rudely barging in on a white veil occasion...but that's exactly what he did—charmingly, of course!

The One Direction boy-bander made a video for bride-to-be Tash Gershfield, jokingly begging her to run away with him instead of saying "I do" to her fiancé James! Tash, who spurned the 1D cutie's playful advances and stuck to her original wedding day plans, spoke to E! News about the unforgettable surprise.

"I'm a massive One Direction fan, and Harry is my favorite and always has been," she gushed. "During my husband James' speech, he told me he wanted to put me through a little test to see how much I really loved him. He then got my friend Alex to project the video of Harry up on the wall for all 250 guests to see."

Tash Instagrammed portions of Harry's video plea, which came to be thanks to a friend of the couple's who works with the band. "[Harry] mentions in the video how annulments are cheap these days and easily done," Tash said, "and [asks me] to meet him at Orli [a popular restaurant] in Borehamwood, which is in North London."

Harry told Tash he'd wait for her for three hours. "As this video was being played my jaw was on the floor, and all the guests were in shock too," the newlywed told E! News. "Every single guest was shouting, 'Go! Go!' and then the microphone was handed to me...The first thing I said was simply, 'Can you play that again?'"

Ha! Tash said her hubby "asked me what I wanted to do: Stay or go," and she knew "eventually, I had to answer...Of course, knowing it was a little joke, I stayed and everyone cheered."

Phew. She must really love her hubby! But, as Tash told E! News, she'd still "love to meet" Harry!

The 1D darling is a doll, but it sounds like Tash's husband is a real catch, too—how many guys would surprise their sweetie with her celebrity crush? You've got a keeper, Tash!

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