When Mishela Rabkin and Tal Levin were joined in matrimony under a traditional chuppah (canopy), they had quite a nontraditional surprise: A Spot robot trotted down the aisle bearing their wedding rings.

Rabkin is an industrial designer and product manager at the development center of autonomous drone company Percepto in Modi’in, central Israel.

Spot, a $74,500 dog-like robot from Boston Dynamics, is one of the most advanced ground robots on the market.

Percepto’s Base for Spot is a smart “doghouse” equipped with Percepto’s autonomous site inspection and monitoring software solution, AIM, named one of the “100 Best Inventions of 2021”  by Time magazine.

Base for Spot, first deployed at Florida Power & Light earlier this year, enables the robot to accomplish autonomous outdoor inspections of industrial facilities and isolated substations even in extreme weather, protected from damage and theft.

Spot’s mission at the wedding was less complex and a lot more fun.

In a covert operation staged by Rabkin’s coworkers, the robotic dog scampered down the aisle to “Who Let the Dogs Out” and brought the rings to the couple.

He even gave a doggie smooch to the bride and joined in the dancing later.

Check out the video – it’s really cute. And there’s no doubt that Spot stole the show on the dance floor.