Dance Tips for the Bride and Groom
Plan Ahead – Allow 3 to 5 months to learn, practice and perfect your dance. Remember that your schedule will get very hectic as your wedding day approaches. Don’t wait until the last minute.
Music – Select a romantic song with a beat that is easy to hear, preferably 2 – 2 1 minutes in length.
Practice Time – Remember the first dance is almost always recorded on a video that will be handed down through the years making it even more important to practice, practice, practice. The more you practice, the more comfortable you will feel on your wedding day.
Popular Dances – Besides the traditional Foxtrot and the elegant Waltz, the Tango, Rumba, Salsa and Swing are all very popular at contemporary weddings.
Wedding Dress – If your dress has sleeves, make sure you can comfortably raise your arms over your head for turns and spins. Also, check the length of your wedding dress to make sure you will not be stepping on it while dancing.
Picture Poses – Create memorable photos by adding some sexy dips, turns, and spins to your dance.
Size of Dance Floor – Find out the size of the reception dance floor then practice in that amount of space.
Plan Where To Start – Plan where you will enter the dance floor and how to make a graceful entrance for your first dance.
Plan the Ending – Plan what will happen after your dance. Will you invite everyone onto the dance floor, invite the members of the Bridal Party, or just your parents (and grandparents).
Reception Dances – To add extra enjoyment to the occasion, consider learning dances for songs to be played during the reception or for the honeymoon.
Bridal Party – Get everyone involved in this special time of joy and celebration by arranging a special group lesson for your family, friends and bridal party.
When the music starts and all eyes are fixed on you as you enter the dance floor for your first dance as husband and wife, we want you to feel self assured and confident so you can truly enjoy your special moment and at the same time make a lasting impression on your wedding guests with your new-found dancing abilities.
Whether you have a tendency to avoid dance situations because of your ‘two left feet’ and question if you can learn how to dance or maybe your dance steps just need some fine tuning. Perhaps you prefer to keep it simple or want to spice up your wedding dance with flashy dips, sexy turns and spins.
At Dance Passion Studio it’s all about helping you create the dance of your dreams.
https://www.dance-passion.com/images/wedding2.jpgOur instructors are experts at providing artful instruction in a comfortable and positive setting to help you add a bit of extra magic to ‘Your Big Day’.
Even after the wedding day the dance steps you learn will add enjoyment and romance to your marriage for the rest of your lives. Whether at your friends wedding, parties or an impromptu spin while listening to some favorite tunes at home, dancing is all about creating unforgettable moments with your partner.
The pure joy of dancing with the love of your life is priceless. As you begin your life together you will always cherish those special moments you spent in each others arms learning to dance.