My fiance and I are getting married in a week. I have been telling him since before we even got engaged that I wanted to dance with my real dad and my step-dad at the reception. (My step-dad paid for more than half the wedding and has been there for me more emotionally than my real dad in the past 10 years) My step-dad has really pushed my real dad being involved and that he should definitely walk me down the aisle.
Last night I reminded FI that I was dancing wtih my step-dad. He then siad he needed to dance with his step-mom even though they arent close so she doesnt feel left out. Well then you have my step-mom (who I can't stand) who would have no honoring. I REALLY need to do something nice for my step-dad and I feel like honoring him with a dance is the best way to do it. He has definitely gone above and beyond when my real dad kept cutting my busget my step-dad stepped in to help cover the things I had already planned for.
Any ideas of how we can honor our step-parents in a great way? I want it to show how much we truly appreciate them. We are not having a DJ or really dancing besides father/dather, mother/son, and first dance so its not like we can get in there and dance to a special song that everyone else can dance to and make it special personally. I am so confused and stressed! HELP!!!