What can I do instead of father daughter dance at wedding?

Do you have to do father-daughter dance at wedding?

Absolutely not. While some couples like to have a choreographed routine for the first dance (also some parents like to have it for the parents’ dance), it is not obligatory.

What can I do instead of wedding dance?

11 Unique Wedding Reception Ideas That Don’t Involve Dancing

  • Challenge Guests to a Game. …
  • Ask an Artist to Paint the Room. …
  • Have Fun in a Photo Booth—or Two. …
  • Print Your Face on a Cocktail. …
  • Guide Guests Through a Wine or Spirits Tasting. …
  • Offer a Build-Your-Own Cocktail Bar. …
  • Set Up a Portrait Studio.

What can I do instead of a dance?

Don’t Want to do a First Dance? Try One of These Alternatives

  • Have a champagne toast followed by an all-guest dance. …
  • Do a bridal party group dance. …
  • Play a special song. …
  • Invite all the couples to the dance floor. …
  • Do a first [sword fight, video game, jump rope, etc].

Who dances with the bride If father is deceased?

Dance with another relative.

A dance with the other parent in attendance-if the parent traditionally involved in the dance has passed away-or even a sibling, grandparent, or step-parent” is a great option for brides and grooms who still want to hit the dance floor with a loved one, Falvey says.

Who picks out the father-daughter dance song?

Re: Who picks the father/daughter song? It can be whatever you want. You can choose it, he can choose it, or you can choose it together. I asked my dad to choose the song, because I knew it would mean a lot to him.

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