The Mezinka Dance (or ceremony) is done during a Jewish wedding reception and honors the parents who have just married off their last child. If neither the bride's nor groom's parents are marrying off their last child, the mezinkah is not done. It consists of a different type of circle dances where the parents are seated on chairs in the middle of the dance floor. The bride and groom stand by their side and present their parents by crowning them with flower crowns*.
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