So I'm not sure what I should do. I'm having an interracial marriage, I'm vietnamese and my fiance is American. My parents raised me in America so the wedding is very much a typical American wedding. The only thing is that I'm not sure if I should have a father-daughter dance. Is that typical? The thing is, a FD dance is a very affectionate dance between the father and daughter and my dad and I are not that way. That doesn't mean he doesn't love me, we just have a different way of showing it. I feel like that is an asian thing but I'm not sure because I don't have many asian friends.
At an Asian wedding is there typically a father-daughter dance?
My dad is very much a macho-type guy and I'm unsure if he would be willing to do something like this (I don't even know if I would want to do it bc it's such a weird thing to do with my dad). If we took out the dance would people view that as odd, especially by the American guests?