Traditionally the first dance at the wedding reception has been the waltz, let’s be honest often have you had occasion to do a waltz. If you are planning to keep with its tradition then wedding dance lessons may be in order. Even if you’re not keeping with tradition, you may want to brush up on a few skills or even as some are doing teach the entire wedding party a wedding dance choreographed especially for your event. For this you will need to hire an instructor.
There are many wedding dance instructors and dance schools in your area. Finding the right one will get you that much closer to performing now wonderful dance on your big day. You want to look for someone who is very personable with a great attitude, especially if you’re prone to stage fright. The more people you sign up for dance class. The more fun it will be, most often you get a greater deal on a group rate than for one on one classes. One on one lessons generally cost more, but it could be worth the price, if you get to learn a dance that flows well with the song you have chosen for your first dance or your father daughter dance.
Even if you are great dancer in a contemporary sense if you dance lessons would not be amiss if it is your intent to truly “wow” your guests. The first step to finding this remarkable wedding dance instructor is to browse our wedding dance resource guide. There you will find names, addresses, phone numbers and email links to dance instructors in your area. There are hundreds so be prepared to make a list of those that you feel might work for you before you may contact. A few professional wedding dance lessons will help you to glide around the dance floor with a routine worthy of “Fred and Ginger”.