MAKE EVERY MOMENT COUNT
Your first dance as husband and wife can be one of the magic moments of your wedding reception, a mere obligation or something you’d rather forget.
If you can’t dance, don’t enjoy it or feel uncoordinated dancing as a couple then it’s almost a given that that’s how you will look and feel for your bridal ‘waltz’ /first dance on your wedding day.
There is quite a difference between learning to dance as a social activity and learning a dance for your wedding day and it is a lack of understanding of this point that can often deter couples from taking lessons for their wedding dance.
Dance lessons for your wedding should be about looking good as a couple, looking like you belong together and should focus on the technique to achieve this. That awkward shuffle is not much fun for the bride and groom and not much for your guests to enjoy either and can be avoided quite easily.
Just a couple of simple steps performed in harmony and unity can look very alluring and a good teacher who is very experienced in teaching bridal dances can achieve this in just a handful of lessons, even for couples who consider themselves ‘hopeless dancers’.
Given adequate planning and time before the wedding, the bridal dance can also be the main entertainment feature of the reception and by starting lessons a few months before the wedding total beginners can learn and perform an amazing and unforgettable dance to wow their guests.
Wedding Dance Lessons of Sydney specialises in private dance lessons for the Bridal Waltz / First Dance. They create a dance to suit each couple’s chosen wedding song, skill level and personalities with a focus on looking natural and relaxed as a couple.
Lessons are available at numerous locations in Sydney and include: Maroubra, Casula, Sydney CBD, Lane Cove, Annandale, Glebe, Darlinghurst and Baulkham Hills.
They teach all styles of dance from traditional Waltz, jazzy Swing and hot Latin to funky contemporary dances.
They offer a range of wedding dance packages that suit both simple and extravagant dance needs for those planning ahead as well as those panicking at the last minute – for the bridal couple, bridal groups and parents too.