Post # 1
My father passed away and I’m thinking that instead having a subsitute in the father daughter dance (which will be sad because I know it was supposed to be with my dad), we are going to do a family dance.
We’d have the DJ ask everyone who is related to the bride or groom onto the dance floor and they’d play “We are family.”
That way it’s a fun event instead of a terribly sad one. What are your thoughts?
Post # 3
We did this exact thing. Not because my dad’s dead, even though he is, but just because we thought it would be fun. I danced with my mom for our parent dance.
Post # 4
- Wedding: January 2013 - Harbourfront Grand Hall
That sounds cheesy to me. Forcing family members onto the dance floor to dance to a fast song, just sounds like it’s going to turn out awkward. I wouldn’t call it anything special, just play that song later in the open dancing if you like it so much.
Post # 5
What about dancing with your mom? I danced half of the song with my dad, and the other half worth my mom. It is kind of a fast song. If you are going to do the group dance, I would do “lean on me” in a swaying huddle