5 Tips for an Amazing Wedding Dance
Updated: Jun 4, 2019
Imagine this; you and your significant other are introduced and it's time for your first dance! You shuffle your way to the dance floor as the song begins to play, but all of a sudden, you're not quite sure what to do. You and your new husband/wife just lean on each other and sway back and forth until the song comes to an end. That doesn't sound like a very memorable first dance, does it?
Here are a few things to keep in mind while thinking about your first dance.
1. Start Well In Advance
Procrastination is not the key to a successful first dance, so get a head start on planning! It's never to early to be thinking about the different moves you want to throw down or songs you want play.
2. Carefully Pick Your Song
Try not to pick a song that is too slow, or one that you aren't able to keep up with. Also, choose one that is meaningful to you. This will make the moment more memorable.
3. Plan a Beginning and an End
Think about what your first move is going to be so that you have a game plan. Also think about your last move, so that you have a strong and memorable ending! Your guests will be watching and will remember this for years to come.
4. Talk to Your DJ and Photographer
Be sure that your DJ knows what song(s) to play and what times to start and stop each one. Your Photographer should know which photos you want taken so that you can look back on those moments whenever you want. Both the DJ and the Photographer should be on the same page so that it all flows smoothly.
5. Have FUN Practicing!
Although this is an important part of your wedding day, this should also be one of the most fun parts. After all, this is the first thing that you and your new spouse will be doing together. This should be a fun experience, not a stressful one!
As said before, your guest will be watching. No matter what the two of you decide to do, they will love it. It is your big day and they are all watching in admiration! As long as they see that you're having fun and loving what you're doing, everyone will love what you do!