For many women, they have been planning their fairy tale wedding since they were a little girl. If you are engaged, your fiancée has found her prince. She probably has her perfect dress picked out. She has all the food perfectly planned and the guest list planned out complete with a seating arrangement. She has picked out the perfect locations for both the ceremony and the reception. There is only one thing left; she wants the perfect wedding dance, the one out of her favorite Disney movie from her childhood. Unfortunately, you know nothing about dancing, and you are pretty sure you cannot fake it.
It is now time to consider wedding dance lessons. If you think you are going to look like a fool and have to sneak into the dance studio so no one will recognize you, do not worry about being the only future groom taking dance lessons. Many people and couples take dance lessons before their wedding. According to a study of recently married Australian couples, wedding dance lessons were the most enjoyable part of the wedding planning and many listed the actual wedding dance as the best part of the reception.
According to The Knot’s most recent wedding survey, the average cost of a wedding in 2012 was $28,427. If you are going to spend that much money on a wedding, it only makes sense to make sure every moment of your wedding is perfect. That includes having the perfect dance.
Your first dance or even dances throughout the evening are not the only reasons to take dance lessons prior to your wedding. You can also take dance lessons to help you learn other dance moves for the after wedding honeymoon dance celebration. Whether you are looking to learn Salsa, Rumba, Swing, or other dance styles, you can include them in your dance lessons. Contact us to schedule your dance lessons or to learn more about the dance lesson opportunities we offer at Quick Quick Slow Ballroom Dance Studio.