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Fancy doing the Money Dance at your wedding?

Want to add a bit of fun to your wedding and do something different? Why not do a Money dance?The Money Dance or Dollar Dance first came to prominence in the early 20th Century, and is believed to have evolved from a folk dance performed by couples married during Europe’s harvest season. Traditionally, the bride wears a purpose-made apron over her wedding dress, and guests must then pin money to her in exchange for a dance. Like most traditions, there is an order of etiquette that should be observed; the groom being first, followed by the father of the bride, relatives then close friends. The Money Dance is found in many cultures and, though traditionally it involves male guests paying to dance with the bride, these days many female guests will do the same for a dance with the groom. What a lot of fun. You could start a new trend at Scottish Weddings and raise cash for a cause close to your heart at the same time.

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