- 6 years ago
- Wedding: November 2012
You can choose multiple options (eg, only if music is right AND only if alcohol has kicked in).
I find it kind of interesting that most wedding receptions feature dancing, when most people probably don’t actively seek out occasions to dance (particularly people who are well out of their college years). Yet many people love to dance and/or expect dancing at a wedding, and some of those who “don’t dance” will still end up on the dance floor by the end of the night. Why is that? What makes you want to dance at a wedding – the right music, the right amount of alcohol, being with good friends/family, or all of the above? Would you dance if the music was good but the reception was dry (I’m def. not having a dry reception but just curious!)? Would you dance if the music was a different style than you’re used to (eg, swing/big band, bluegrass)? Does the presence of the bride and groom on the dance floor influence your desire to dance? Just interested to know why you do or don’t like to dance at weddings! And do you think there’s something special about weddings that makes people want to dance?