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The First Dance: Top 3 Wedding Dance Questions on Every Couple’s Mind


Magical, momentous and romantic― these are the three words every couple wants associated to their dance. But more often than not, they’re unsure about how to make this dream come true.

Does that sound like you? We’ve just got one advice for you: take ballroom dance lessons!

Everybody knows that the first dance is one of the most memorable moments of your wedding day. From the first spin to the wedding party’s cheers―this sweet tradition creates some magical memories.

The importance of the first dance can’t be described in mere words. It’s a feeling that lingers on with you forever.

So how do you prepare for it?

And to help you out, we’ve listed down the frequently asked questions about the first dance:

1. Are Ballroom Dancing Lessons Really Necessary? 

Probably not!

 Yet, you won’t want to fumble and stumble on your way to the dance floor. Neither would you want to stomp on your partner’s shoes. Not only are these situations super embarrassing. But they have the potential to dampen the mood. Even good dancers have a hard time synchronizing to the ballroom dance routine.

Therefore, it’s a good idea to practice before you hit the dance floor.

(And let’s not forget. Even Chandler took some private wedding dance lessons!)

2. The Perfect Match

What kind of ballroom dance style should we pick?

From classy waltz, sexy tango to the energetic salsa― there are lots of ways to go with this. The first dance opens up a beautiful opportunity to tell your love story. So don’t miss this chance and properly ponder over the kind of wedding dance you’d like to perform.

Here are a few questions that can help you decide:

·       Are you comfortable with this type of dancing?

·       Can you manage it in your dress?

·       Does it reflect your companionship?

Pro tip: Occasionally, your favorite love song is the key to picking the dance style.

3. The Practice

How soon should you start?

The sooner the better! Wedding prep usually takes up the couples time when the wedding starts getting closer. This leaves no room to attend impromptu dance lessons. That’s why it’s more practical to meet an instructor a few months before the wedding. This will ensure that you don’t rush into things. Plus, it’s a great way to spend quality time with your beau before the big day.

Wrap Up

In short, your fairytale moment becomes all the more special when you prepare for it. After all, you don’t want to get ‘cold feet’ on the dance floor.

 Do you?

So grab your partner and waltz your way into our ballroom dance class. From freestyle to customized wedding dance routines―we can train you how to do them all. So take our hand and let’s prepare for the big day!

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