The money dance has been a wedding tradition for many years now. It is a part of the wedding reception program where guests get to wish good fortune upon their marriage by pinning money bills or dollar bills (thus, it’s also called the “dollar dance”) on their clothing as they dance. This usually comes simultaneously after the couple’s first dance and the other traditional dances (Father-Daughter Dance and Mother-Son Dance). Some find this practice tacky so they no longer include it in the program. But for some, they see it as a tradition and it’s actually fun. Any amount will actually do. You need not pin huge amount of bills nor give rare morgan dollars. The couple would surely appreciate the thoughtfulness and help as they start their married lives together.