One of my life goals is to get married, I have no problem with the actual ceremony but I am scared of the reception. I am a really boring person I never dance, I don't like loud music, I don't drink and I get really nervous making speeches. What do you think about this?
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It will be your wedding reception, right?
If your wife wants a dance, I think it's fair to give her one. She'll know you don't dance, so it's up to her to accept that, and I don't see why it would be such a terrible thing to compromise on.
Have the music in a separate area where you don't have to be around excessive volume, or keep a limit on how loud the music can get.
You don't have to drink, that's your choice.
I don't see why the groom should have to make a speech, but if you absolutely have to say something, there's nothing wrong with making it short and sweet.
Keep in mind, it's your wedding, so as long as you've talked things over with your future wife beforehand, who's to say you can't make some details your own?
The two most important people on that day are you and your wife. If one of you isn't happy, that's a problem, not whether or not someone else is upset because you didn't bust more moves, crank up the music, get wasted, or prattle on about how much you love your wife and how you're looking forward to spending your life with her and how wonderful she is and how glad you are that you got married and... You get the point.0