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Dancing at weddings is an important and time-honored tradition that adds excitement and joy to the celebration. Not only does dancing provide a fun and enjoyable activity for wedding guests, it also helps to create an energetic mood. Show you know what you’re doing with wedding dance lessons from Arthur Murray!
Preparation Meets Confidence
Your first dance with your spouse is a lifetime moment that you will never forget. All eyes will be on you as you and your beloved sway and glide over the floor as one. When you take wedding dancing lessons from Arthur Murray, you will feel comfortable in your steps and will glow with pride.
What a moment.
In many cultures, wedding dancing is also a way for the couple to express their cultural heritage and traditions. For example, some couples may choose to perform a traditional folk dance from their family's country of origin, or to incorporate elements of their culture into their first dance.
You canDance The Night Away
Dancing at weddings can also help to break the ice and bring people together. It can provide an opportunity for guests who may not know each other well to interact and get to know each other in a fun and engaging way.
Here are 6 Useful Tips for Getting
Prepared for Your Wedding Dance:
Don’t wait until the last minute.
Learning to dance takes time. Many couples start to prepare for their first dance six months to a year in advance. Although you may be surprised with what our couples have accomplished in a few short weeks.
Have a few choices in mind for the wedding song.
If you have a specific song that you would like to use for the wedding please bring it to your first lesson, so your instructor can teach you the appropriate dance for your music.
Be aware that not every wedding dance will be a Waltz.
Most songs that couples bring into the studio range from being a Rumba or Foxy, to even a Swing or Salsa. And don’t limit yourselves to one dance for the wedding. Be prepared for a variety of dances on your wedding day to add even more fun to your reception.
Be patient with yourself and your partner when learning to dance.
As time gets closer to the wedding, couples have more stress in their lives than they have ever experienced. Remember, dancing is a great time to just have fun and relax.
Wear shoes to your lessons that are similar to the ones you’ll be wearing on the big day.
Also, share with your instructor the style of your wedding gown.
Be consistent with all of your appointments (privates, groups and practice sessions).
The more often a couple is able to come in, the less review there will be on each lesson and the more they will be prepared for the wedding. Group classes and practice sessions help solidify the information received on private lessons, making the private lessons more efficient.
Come in for your first lesson free!