The key to a successful First Dance is advance planning and preparation.
(PRWEB) November 06, 2014
According to The Knot , not only is December the most popular time of the year couples get engaged but the average number of guests is 138. What The Knot didn't mention, is how common it has become for couples getting married to have dance lessons before the wedding. As December quickly approaches, it is important for soon to be engaged females to start researching the benefits of dance lessons.
Dance Pizazz is familiar with this process, and has helped dozens of couples over the years get ready for their debut dance as husband and wife. The same care given to invitations, gowns, catering and flowers should be devoted to dance lessons. Below are tips for planning a first dance: (http://www.ballroomadesimple.com)
1. Although the dancing may not be at the top of the list for most brides, it really should be one of the top ten things brides plan after their wedding date is set. It is always best to plan ahead. It takes time for a couple to decide what song to use and what style best fits best.
2. Find a studio to learn a couple (or more for overachievers) of exciting dance steps along with an entrance and exit. Most couples invest a lot for a photographer and videographer but dance lessons actually help couples have better presentation in their photos and videos.
3. Always plan extra lesson time in the calendar. Closer to the wedding dates couples are often pulled in many different directions with last minute emergencies.
4. Practice, practice, practice... practice on a busy floor, at home and out on the town. Practice as a couple frequently allows the moves to become muscle memory so couples can relax and have fun on the dance floor.
According to Dance Pizazz couples don’t have to be ready for Dancing With The Stars to enjoy your first dance together as husband and wife. The key to a successful First Dance is advance planning and preparation.