From: Wedding Palace Visitor
Question: We've hired a DJ for our wedding in January, but we don't really want formal dances (bride/groom, mother/groom, father/bride). My father has passed away, and my future husband's mother isn't much of a dancer. I think it's boring for the guests to stand around watching other people dance (bride/groom), and would like to have a more casual atomosphere where people can dance if they want, but not have to adhere to any formal schedule of dances. Is this a major breech of etiquette?
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What you want to do is fine and is not uncomm...
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