Creating Your First Dance

One of the most memorable parts of the wedding reception is the couple’s first dance. However, dancing under a spotlight in front of a group of people can be a bit intimidating. A good dance instructor can empower you with the confidence, experience and knowledge you need to enjoy the romance of your first dance as a married couple. Here are some tips on how to create the perfect first dance:

Be Smart When Choosing a Song

When picking your wedding music during your wedding planning, keep in mind the tempo and length of the song. Try to select a danceable song with a consistent beat no longer than 3 minutes.

Select a Professional Choreographer

A professional choreographer with ballroom experience is ideal. If you need recommendations, DMR Wedding Entertainment would love to suggest the choreographers that we have worked with. Let your choreographer know where you will enter the dance floor and its size and shape. Communicate what your wedding dress is like and any “special’ moves like dips, turns, and spins that you had in mind to make your dance memorable and elegant. windows domain. This will help your instructor create the perfect dance that will be both elegant and photograph beautifully.

Start Your Lessons About 3 Months Early

This will give you enough time to plan, practice, and perfect your dance without any stress of the stress of a close deadline. Plan to practice your dance at least twice a week to feel comfortable, and be able to look relaxed on your wedding day.

Coordinate Your Dance

Advise your Phoenix Wedding DJ, band leader and photographers how and when you plan to start and end your First Dance. Also, It is very important that your Arizona DJ or band have the correct version of your dance.

 

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