Post # 1
I just realized that we’re going to have like, 2 single people at our wedding. What are some alternatives to the bouquet toss? Preferably something that doesn’t single out the singles (like, no “couples dance”)
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Post # 4
You could just skip it all together. Many people skip it these days. I did and no one noticed.
Post # 6
I’m not having anything tossed. No bouquet, no garter. I really hate the look of women clawing each other to catch a bouquet.
Post # 7
Nice. I’m glad that people are advocating for skipping. That’s what I’m thinking of doing. I’ll see what the fiancee thinks.
Post # 8
@dazzlechild: What if you just asked all unmarried women? That way you can also involve women in relationships/engaged etc and bump up numbers and the singles won’t feel like they’re being ‘singled out’, so to speak.
I’ve been to several weddings and this has been done (and I’ve participated as an engaged woman).
Post # 9
@ksus07: Even that doesn’t work. We’re essentially the last of our friends to get married too, so I think that might increase the number to…nope, still 2. 🙂
I saw some stuff about asking everyone to go to the dancefloor and add some sort of gift certificate to it, and make it like a “lucky bouquet”…