It was a moment of true love during the 2015 Academy of Country Music Awards.
Lee Brice won Single Record of the Year for his hit, "I Don't Dance," but his wife was the true winner of the night.
In a sweet moment of gratitude, Brice thanked her from the stage. "I've just gotta say thank you to my wife for inspiring a song for our first dance for our wedding," he said. "Sara, thank you so much for being so amazing all the time and letting me do what I love and taking care of our children."
ETonline caught up with Lee and Sara backstage, where he shared that their anniversary is on Monday.
Sara gushed, "I'm so proud of him. I have no words truly." But she did have words when it came to remembering when she first heard the song he wrote for her. "I was in Missouri looking at the chapel that we got married at, and he sent me the song and said, 'I think this should be our wedding song.'"
"I Don't Dance," which Lee also produced, is about a man who knows he's not a dancer, but for his love, he'll try.