(Closed) Mother/Son Dance

posted 9 years ago in Reception
Post # 3
793 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

Is there any other women who is close to him in his family? Or you could just do the father/daughter dance and he could not have a mother/son dance? I don’t know if that’s an option for you, or if your Fiance woudl be hurt, but I know some of my friends husbands didn’t want a mother/son dance when they got married. Other than that Idk, but good luck, and so sorry for you and your Fiance loss.

Post # 4
9 posts

I am so sorry.  This is such a sad situation.  Does he have a sister he could dance with? 

Post # 5
900 posts
Busy bee

I think you should just do a father/daughter dance or no parent dances at all.  If there is no obvious choice as to who he should dance with, anyone you come up with will feel forced and will highlight his losses.  Lots of people just do a father/daughter dance.  But if that will be hurtful, I would nix that one too.

Post # 7
46 posts
  • Wedding: August 2010

Just to chime in on the ‘don’t force it’ thinking. Though a possiblity could be to have a ‘parents dance’ during which you dance with your dad, and he dances with YOUR mum? (Or is that too weird?!…I just like to throw out all possibilities to consider.)

I’m so sorry you’re facing this!

Post # 8
1149 posts
Bumble bee

I just wanted to chime in that I think that farmerfen’s idea is lovely, particularly if your Fiance and your Mom are close and/or get along well.

After all, in marrying you he is also gaining a a Mom and Dad (in law). 

I would be extremely moved by this if I saw it at a wedding. 

However if they’re not close or don’t really get along I agree, a forced dance would not be a good idea and it would probably be better to do without.



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