Bridal Accessories By Jessica Weltersen The Wedding Dollar Dance is a popular reception tradition in many cultures around the world, the name may vary but the sentiments remain the same. When you dance with the bride you have to either pin money on her gown or give her money in exchange for the dance. If you’re the lucky bride who’s getting money for a simple dance, then you have to consider where you’re going to put your not-so-hard-earned dollars. True, you can always have your lucky guests pin the bills onto your dress, but if you’re wearing a designer gown, wouldn’t that just destroy your gorgeous and extremely fashionable wedding dress? A winning alternative to becoming a human pin cushion is to use a wedding money bag. Traditionally, money was given to the bride and the groom to help them pay their way to honeymoon happiness. Today, even with massive financial backing or savings for your ultimate honeymoon, the tradition remains the same—a dance with you is a dollar well spent. With a wedding money bag, the person dancing with you can simply and discreetly slip a dollar or a hundred bucks into your purse that hangs delicately from your wrist. You can also have your flower girl or one of your lovely wedding attendants hold the bag and solicit money from the guests approaching the dance area for a dance with you. Tips for Choosing your Wedding Money Bag The following are some tips for how you can pick out the perfect wedding money bag for your big day. Tip 1: Remember that your wedding money bag is supposed to hold money, not drain your bank account. In short, you don’t need to pay an exorbitant amount for a wedding money bag. Choose a bag that is both stylish and inexpensive to get the most out of your money. Weddings are naturally expensive affairs, so you need to save money when you can. Trust us when we tell you that when it comes to the money bag pricey does not always equate to stylish. Available on Amazon.com –https://amzn.to/2UnINpr Tip 2: Look for a wedding money bag that matches your gown’s color. If you’re wearing a pristine white gown, why would you go for an ivory or cream wedding money bag? It’s the simplest rule of wedding fashion: your outfit and your bridal accessories must match! Tip 3: Watch out for detailing and wedding money bag designs. Just like your regular purse, wedding money bags have different designs and decorations. You can go for a simple white, satin wedding money bag, or you can go for one loaded with beading and embroidery. Whatever wedding money bag design or style you choose, just make sure that the bag matches your wedding dress. Tip 4: For great deals and selections, conduct your search online. Online shopping is not only time-saving and mostly stress-free, it also happens to be a practical choice. Instead of going to the bridal boutique just to pick out an expensive wedding money bag, look for great discounts and deals from online providers instead. Choose your wedding money bag wisely by looking for a balance between practicality and aesthetics. What do you think about this lady’ s wedding handbag? Check out the video.