Posted by Jan 29, 2013 in Blogson
Your wedding day is something that you will remember forever, whether in a positive or a negative light. In order to make it a positive memory, you and your fiancé may benefit from a few wedding dance lessons. After all, all eyes will be on the two of you, especially during your first dance as husband and wife, so you need to make that dance as special as the rest of your big day.
How do I Find the Time?
Whether you want to have your first dance choreographed and rehearsed or simply want to be able to dance without tripping over each other’s feet, then a private or public dance lesson is exactly what you need. Fitting one into your pre-wedding schedule may become tricky, which is where a private lesson comes in handy – you can schedule it for an advantageous time for you, your fiancé and your instructors. If your schedule is more flexible, then attending a lesson with other couples dealing with similar circumstances should work out well.
Choose Your Dance Based on Your Guests
Even if you already know how to dance, taking a few lessons before your reception is always a good idea. Some of the more modern interpretations of dancing may not be traditional enough to perform at a reception in front of many generations of both you and your fiancés families. The last thing that you need is to cause a scandal that makes someone’s grandmother pass out.
Prove Them All Wrong
Also, if your family knows that you cannot dance after having watched you stumble around trying to for years, then you have something to prove by taking a series of pre-wedding lessons. You will learn a few basic dances, like the waltz, and will be able to show off what you have learned at your reception. Everyone who says that you can’t dance will be amazed once you get on the dance floor.
Ready to get started? Contact Elite Dance Studio today to get fully prepped for your big day! Already signed up? Read our tips on how to get the most out of your wedding dance lessons.