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18 Old-School Wedding Traditions We Should Probably Stop Now.

The Dollar Dance : The Dollar Dance (or Money Dance) is a practice most common in the South and Midwest, when male guests pay to dance briefly with the bride, and sometimes female guests pay to dance with the groom.

But seriously, if guests are shelling out upwards of a thousand dollars to attend a wedding, there is no way you should make them throw the rest of their bank account at you just for a dance.
The Dollar Dance : The Dollar Dance (or Money Dance) is a practice most common in the South and Midwest, when male guests pay to dance briefly with the bride, and sometimes female guests pay to dance with the groom. But seriously, if guests are shelling out upwards of a thousand dollars to attend a wedding, there is no way you should make them throw the rest of their bank account at you just for a dance.

Wedding traditions are an essential part of the nuptial ceremony but when they go awkward, it’s the right time to stop practicing them. These wedding traditions not only make the guests uncomfortable but also take a toll on the bride and the groom when things don’t go as expected… Should we put an end to all this?

(Source: Distractify)



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