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What is Money Dance Dollar Dance Honey Moon Dance

 What is Money Dance Dollar Dance Honey Moon Dance ?

It is an event at some wedding reception in various cultures. During a money dance, male guests pay to dance briefly with the bride, and sometimes female guests pay to dance with the groom. The custom originated in Poland in the early 1900s in immigrant neighborhoods. It's now becoming a popular event in American regardless of custom culture. 


Sometimes guests are told that the money will be used for the bride and groom's Honeymoon or to give them a little extra cash with which to set up housekeeping  

In America, practice of a money dance varies by geographic region and ethnic background of the families involved.

It typically involves guests giving small sums of cash to the bride or pinning cash to her gown or veil and then have a dance with her. The groom also get pin with money and dance with the guest who pinned the money as well. Sometimes the money is placed in an apron held by the maid of honor or a female relative and the best man gives shots of whiskey to participants before the dance.  

Traditionally, Pinning the  Money representing the wish that good fortune is "rained" upon them, while also helping the couple financially as they begin their life together. Sometime the use of this event is not about monetary purpose but about the fun result out of that.  



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