Both of my fiancé's parents are deceased but he likes the idea of dancing the Mother-Son dance with his sisters. We saw it at another wedding and it was really touching. Both of my parents are alive and I will be dancing the Father-Daughter dance with my dad. The thing is that after some thought, I asked my dad randomly if he'd be interested in turning the traditional Father-Daughter dance into a surprise, silly dance and he agreed! I shouldn't have been surprised because my dad can be goofy at times. Anyway, I mentioned it to my fiancé what I was thinking and he was less than enthused. He didn't say he didn't want me to do it but made a few comments about how me dancing with my dad in a funny dance will only remind him that he doesn't have his own mom to do that with. He also added that our wedding day will be very emotional for him without his parents and our silly dance will not help. I'm totally bummed because my dad and I were very excited about this AND I actually felt that by doing this, it might make him laugh and add some silliness to our party. Am I being inconsiderate for wanting this???