(Closed) Dancing between courses (East Coast Style wedding)?

posted 5 years ago in Reception
Post # 3
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2012 - Salvage One, Chicago

I didn’t have it myself, but I’ve been to a wedding in this style.  It was kind of strange going into it because we didn’t know before hand, but it was kind of fun, although I do remember thinking, ‘how long does this last?’  I enjoyed it, but it seemed almost like ‘forced dance time,’ too.

The wedding I was at also had a TON of food, so nearer the final courses dancing wasn’t the first thing I wanted to do 😉  It would be a good way to break the dinner up and give guests a chance to talk more, have other speeches or your first dance, the cake cutting, etc.

Hope that helps a little, from a guest-perspective 🙂

Post # 4
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

I live on the east coast and never heard of this. I love to dance and tend to be a pretty laid back guest. Yet I be annoyed if I was forced to get on the dance floor between each course, and I also would be worried how that would effect the dancing later on. It just seems like a big inconvenience to the guest not to mention you may have several grumpy people who are ready to eat and won’t take to kindly to having a dinner spread out that long.

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