A reception dance is a social event that usually follows a wedding ceremony, where the newlyweds and their guests celebrate the marriage with music, food and drinks. A reception dance can vary in style, duration and formality depending on the culture, preferences and budget of the couple. Some common elements of a reception dance are:
- A first dance, where the bride and groom share a romantic or sentimental song as their official debut as a married couple.
- A father-daughter dance and a mother-son dance, where the bride and groom honor their parents with a special song and a hug.
- A bouquet toss and a garter toss, where the bride throws her bouquet and the groom throws his garter to the unmarried guests, who are supposed to catch them and be the next ones to get married.
- A cake cutting, where the bride and groom cut a slice of their wedding cake and feed each other, symbolizing their unity and sweetness.
- A toast, where the best man, the maid of honor, the parents or other close relatives or friends give a speech to congratulate and wish happiness to the newlyweds.
- A dance floor, where the guests can join the newlyweds and have fun dancing to various genres of music, such as pop, rock, country, jazz, etc.
A reception dance is a memorable and enjoyable way to end a wedding day and start a new life together as a married couple.
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