- Future Couture
- 7 years ago
- Wedding: June 2012
The tradition for weddings is to have a father/daughter dance and mother/son dance. However, there are a few different reasons why I am pretty sure this is not going to be happening at my wedding. My fiance’s mother suffers from multiple sclerosis *MS* and is in a wheelchair. She is unable to walk, and therefore wouldn’t be able to dance. My dad, a very laid back and simple guy, isn’t big on dancing. While I am a little disappointed, I don’t want him to force him to do anything, and I am okay with skipping this. We are having a very informal wedding and just want to have a good time.
My question to everyone is: Any idea of something we can do to still thank or incorporate our parents? We are both very close to our parents and want to do something rather than skipping the whole thing altogether. I don’t want to just do a simple toast. We were thinking of doing a slide show of pictures with our parents and grandparents as a thank you to them. Just seeing if anyone has some creative ideas!