Soon you'll be husband wife and holding each other in your first dance as a married couple. You may want to put some special effort into preparing for this occasion!. To make it special, fun, exciting, and unique -- you may want to prepare for your first wedding dance by taking some wedding dance lessons. If you're not a good dancer, or have never danced, don't worry, you can learn to dance in a hurry with a few private lessons.
The first step in preparing for your first dance is to pick a dance tune, one that you both love, one that inspires you. Don't just pick a song out of some wedding planning book!. Picking a song and and appropriate dance deserves its own treatment.
Once you pick out a song, it won't take long to get comfortable dancing to it. Once approach is to just hold each other romantically and sway to the music. But you may want to consider taking some private dance lessons. A dance instructor can help you learn some easy dance steps especially suited to the music you love so well. An added benefit: partner dancing can be extremely enjoyable. It can give the two of you something special to do together as a couple -- even after your wedding!
The First Couple. There is a traditional sequence of pairing up couples at a wedding dance that you may want to observe. The first couple on the floor, of course, will be the Bride and Groom.
After the First Dance -- Father of Bride. Mother of Groom.. After first dance, the Bride and her Father will dance together. After a few bars of music the Groom may invite his Mother to Dance. When the song finishes, the couples thanks each and theBride and Groom return to each other.
The Third Song -- Attendants. When the next song starts, the attendants (as they were paired in the wedding) begin dancing with each other. The parents of each attendant also dance together. All this time, the Bride and Groom continue dancing together. The parents of the bride and groom may also join in and dance with each other.
The Fourth Tune -- Guests. When the fourth song starts, the attendants and parents of the attendants may split up and start asking guests who are still sitting down to dance. It is a good idea for the attendants to thank their partners at the end of every dance and find someone new to dance with who is still sitting down. This approach will help to ensure that everyone has a good time and everyone is invited to dance.
An easy structured, partner dance is available for all wedding tunes. The key is knowing what dance is appropriate for what music. Some good choices for wedding dances are: the nightclub twostep, rumba, argentine tango, and waltz. So that these couples are comfortable dancing at the reception, you may want to arrange for some special group lessons. The wedding party and parents of the wedding party members may really enjoy getting together to do this. Dance lessons are not really necessary: couples can just hold each other and sway to the music. But knowing just a few steps can make dancing so much more fun, not to speak of helping everyone look great while dancing.