Your first wedding dance with your partner will be one of the most memorable moment of your day. It’s the period you dance one and one with your partner and feel the intimacy and heat you both share.
Some tips are here to guide you in having a perfect and memorable wedding dance with your partner.
1. Consider The Wedding Date
Like the saying goes, “Practice makes perfect”. Having a memorable wedding dance goes with making enough practice before the D day, mainly for the couples that are not good at dancing.
Your wedding date will determine when to start the dance floor. Plan on starting months to your wedding day.
2. Determine Your Budget
You have to set your budget for covering the cost of the wedding dance lessons. You should always create a budget so that you will be aware of what to pay, even the smallest of things.
3. Choose Between DJ or Band?
Choosing between the DJ or wedding band depends on what suits you. This is tell the type of song to be performed on your wedding day and the couples can dance to it.
For the band, the bride and groom have a practice with the band members so that the dance can match with that of the band.
4. Who Else Will Grace The Dance Floor?
Apart from the bride and groom, the Parents and the wedding party will also dance. Plan on also having wedding dance lessons for them. This will make a perfect mother-son and father-daughter performance.
5. The Length of the Dance
Decide on how long you want the performance to last. This should not be more than a moment with two so that the bride and groom will not feel tired and the wedding guests wouldn’t get easily bored.
6. Determine The Size of the Dance Floor
Your venue should be capable of containing the wedding guests at the dance floor.
7. Discuss With Your Photographer/Videographer
They should have a clear idea of where to stand and when to capture the beautiful photos.
Before your wedding day, the bride and groom should create time to rehearse their wedding with the wedding dress and shoes.
This will avoid tripping or performing badly when badly.
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