Wedding Plan 101: When Should We Start Wedding Dance Lessons?
Did you just pop the question?
She said, ‘Yes!’
Soon enough you’ll get busy with the wedding preps and those will leave you with no time to think about your wedding dance lessons! So we suggest that you begin those lessons as soon as you can. There are several reasons as to why early dance lessons are beneficial for you.
When should we start our wedding dance lessons?
This is the million dollar question, isn’t it?
Most couples know the right time to start looking for the venue and tasting cakes.
They even have a schedule for arranging florists, caterers and the band. And yet, people still wonder when the right time to start their wedding dance lessons.
From our experience, the sooner they get to a dance studio the better. After all, you don’t want to be the couple who tried to squeeze in their dance classes between the hen’s party and the dinner rehearsal.
Here are all the reasons why starting wedding dance lessons early is a good idea:
1. Practice Makes Perfect
Firstly, practice is the key to perfecting your dance steps. Even professional dancers double up on their training sessions for a special performance. So it goes without saying that as an amateur, you need all the time you can get to practice the first dance.
Now, we understand that you don’t have time to spend hours a day in the dance studio. So it’s more sensible to start your lessons early. In this way, you’ll have enough time to hone your dance skills and nail the choreography.
2. Room for Personalization
Want to make sure that your first dance is truly special?
Sometimes couples are so wrapped up in their children’s lives that they forget the importance of intimacy. A pat on the shoulder, a kiss on the cheek and you’re off to work. Unwittingly, these things start creating distances in the relationship. You stop sharing details of your day and or taking time off for ‘date nights’.
Dancing is intimate by nature. It gives you a chance to reconnect with your partner both physically and personally. The hours you spend during dance class helps you forget the world and think only about the person in front of you.
3. Warming Up Cold Feet
‘Getting cold feet’ is a popular phrase to describe the pre-wedding jitters. What most couples don’t realize is that these nerves can actually hinder their dance performance. The closer you get to the big day, the jitterier you start to feel.
That’s why starting the dance classes early is a good strategy. Not only will it make you confident about your dance routine. But it’ll also prove to be a great way to shake off the nerves.
It’s a Wrap
In short, starting your wedding class early is a smart move. It doesn’t just boost your confidence and improve your dancing skills. But it also allows you to actively participate in the choreography without treading into a panic mode.
So have you decided to sign up for your wedding dance class, yet? Ballroom Dream Dance Studio is waiting for your arrival. We’ll make sure that you feel confident whenever you step on the dance floor.