dance at wedding

dance at (someone's) wedding

To honor someone by joining them at their wedding. Everyone loves you—I'm sure lots of people will want to dance at your wedding.
See also: dance, wedding

dance at someone's wedding

to celebrate in honor of someone at someone's wedding. I will dance at your wedding—if you invite me, of course. If you think I will dance at your wedding, you had better be nicer to me!
See also: dance, wedding
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And it's thanks to Sutton Cold-field's Emma Holding who has set up a unique business dedicated solely to teaching brides, grooms and their families how to dance at wedding receptions.
Performing Youlah with two guns comes naturally to me because I dance at weddings and functions.
With drummer Vinny May having proposed in New York and their song The One fast becoming a top pick for the first dance at weddings the Dublin four-piece must be a romantic bunch?
In Pakistan, there are an estimated 500,000 "eunuchs" -- a community of castrated men, hermaphrodites, transsexuals, transvestites and homosexuals, traditionally paid to help celebrate the birth of a son or to dance at weddings.
The actor has sworn never to dance at weddings or attend Bollywood award ceremonies.
TEENAGERS are invariably embarrassed when mums and dads get up to dance at weddings.
I Will Always Love You, by Whitney Houston, is the nation's top choice for the first dance at weddings.
Top 25 Wedding Songs of 1997" is based on music played for the First Dance at weddings that took place in 1997, compiled from a survey of hundreds of DJs and wedding couples across the United States.
FLY Me To The Moon is No1 choice for the first dance at weddings.
FUN-LOVING priest Mossy Dillane is a party animal who loves nothing more to sing and dance at weddings, it emerged yesterday.