Post # 1
Fiance and I do not want to do a Bridal Party Dance because too many of them are in relationships with individuals not in the bridal party or they are not in one at all and it would be awkward.
BUT my mom got really sad when I told her we aren’t doing one, because that was one of the things she was looking forward too, was being announced onto the dance floor at the “Parents of the Bride”. Yes I know it is silly, but she really has been superb through everything, and has not asked for MUCH!
So I said that maybe we will do a Bridal Party Dance of just:: Bride/Groom, Parents of the Bride & Parents of the Groom.
Has anyone else done something similar?
Do you have any song suggestions?
Where would you put this? Right after the Bride/Groom, Father/Daughter, Mother/Son Dance?
Thanks for your help! 🙂
Post # 3
I haven’t heard of a bridal party dance sorry.
Maybe the anniversary dance, where couples are invited to the floor and it can be dedicated to your parents?
Post # 4
Why not have significant others included in the bridal party dance? That seems like a very simple solution. Mine was bridal party and anyone who wanted to join in, so there were like two dozen people on the dance floor and it wasn’t at all awkward.
Post # 5
I think the bridal party dance is always awkward, so I definitely think you were right to take that out. I would probably do it last if you want to add this one, but 4 special dances is more than I want to do (they’re pretty boring for everyone else and cuts into the party time). Could you either have the parents join you guys halfway through the first dance or make this either an anniversary dance as someone else suggested (so more people can participate) or maybe make it the final “special” dance and start with you guys and your parents, and then have the DJ ask everyone else to join you halfway through, so it kind of kicks of the dancing?