a reception with NO DANCING????
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| Originally Posted by punkie569 |
I'm not even sure where we would dance if we wanted to. We'll be having a cocktail hour between the ceremony and dinner but the dinner is in one of the restaurants and isn't private. I figured after dinner we could hang at one of the bars but I'll be missing out on a first dance, father/daughter dance etc. Sad but I don't think there is any other way unless someone has some suggestions?
Posted 27 October 2009 - 03:16 PM
People were "dancing" in that they were moving to the music, but no serious "getting down" was to be had, if you know what I mean. They had a first dance together, but they didn't do the dancing with parents, etc. It was unusual, but to be honest, as a guest, it didn't matter to me b/c that's what they wanted, and it was tasteful and nicely done. Nobody really cares b/c they just want to see you together and happy. At least, that is how I felt.
They had an after-party planned, where I think there must have been dancing and wild times (I think they like to party), but we didn't go to that part. That is always an option for your party crowd! Hope that this helps!
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