My wedding is this Saturday. We just talked to the DJ to get our entrance/songs/etc.. lined up. He asked if we wanted to do a "dollar dance". Basically, he plays a song and we start dancing.....then he gets on the mic and tells everyone to bust out a dollar (or five, or ten, or 20). People hold the money in the air and we split up, run to each table and grab the money from everyone, as well as say hi/thanks/blah blah blah. He says its pretty cool, and really livens up the room. Once one person holds up a buck, everyone else follows suit, and its over in less than 5 minutes. Most newlyweds make ~$300 within five minutes My first impression is that its tacky. Seems like you are milking a crowd who has already bothered to give you a gift, taken time out of their schedule to show up, and almost nickel and diming your guests. The DJ insists its a pretty cool way to get the crowd amped up. What do you think? Have you ever seen this done, and what was your impression?