Post # 32
I’ve seen the Dollar Dance at two different weddings and everything went pretty well. Usually the DJ just announced that it was coming up and sometimes offered a short explanation about the origin or the traditions involved with it for those who might not understand what it is.
Post # 33
JenGirl’s perfect solution:
You do the dollar dance and donate all the money to your favorite charity!
Your fiance gets to have the tradition that is common in his faimily. People get the chance to dance with you. Nobody thinks you’re greedy. Charity gets a nice donation. Win win win win.
Post # 34
Restating my response as to not hurt anyone’s feelings:
This is a LOVELY idea. Wonderful even!!! Everyone’s ideas are absolutely FABULOUS!!!!!!
Post # 35
We are doing it right after the father/daughter dance. It is a custom in our Hispanic culture. I would ask your family if they find it tracky or rude before going forward. While its a great idea and fun, if its not common in your circles people may take it the wrong way. I’m planning on donating it to the DJ