So you've taken the first step and found the person you choose to spend the rest of your life with. Now the next step you take, should be on the dance floor. Not to revamp old school moves like the sprinkler and running man; those are great as your wedding night progresses, but for your first dance, it's time to bring out the professionals. The professionals of the elegance and style of ballroom dancing.
From beginning lessons to get yourself ready for the upcoming season to staying in shape over the long winter months; lessons from professionals is your answer. They may lead you to competitive dancing or even helping others as a professional yourself. How will you be sure unless you take that first step to the beat?
Some of your favorite memories from planning your wedding will be the decisions you and your partner make together. When you both take an interest in deciding something fun, like the song you'll dance to for the first time as a married couple, it helps remind you what all of the planning is for. Here are some tips to consider when choosing your first dance song
Your wedding day is approaching fast and you can feel the butterflies in your stomach already. Planning a wedding can be nerve-wracking but you are likely even more nervous if you or your spouse still don't feel comfortable out on the dance floor. Luckily, the experts at Quick Quick Slow Ballroom Dance Studio are here to help. Here's a quick guide for how to prepare for your wedding dance lessons if you want your first session to go as smoothly as possible.
Congratulations on your engagement!! We love working with newly engaged couples to help them choreograph their first dance. We can also help choreograph the daughter and father dance, mother and son dance, or any other special wedding day dance. There are several reasons that we suggest getting started with your wedding day dance lesson early.
Preparation for your wedding can seem endless. When taking wedding dance lessons, the experience should be as stress free as possible. Here is a sequence of notable methods for making your wedding dance the memory it deserves to be. The following questions will serve as a good starting point for what is needed before instruction begins. This will give the couple piece of mind when preparing for their big day.
Picture a traditional wedding reception. In the back of the room, several elderly aunts sit eyeing the cake and punch table, waiting for the wedding party to enter and the food line to begin. In one corner, the father of the bride bites his lip as he determines the odds of tripping on his daughter’s veil during the traditional father-daughter dance
Congrats! You're wedding is coming up and you're preparing for the big day. You've got the venue, the DJ, and your first song picked out. But are you dreading what happens after that? When the moves aren't just as easy as swaying your partner back and forth? Take wedding dance lessons with Quick Quick Slow! We can help you find your groove to get you just where you should be--moving on the dance floor at your own wedding
Dance perfectly embodies the joy and happiness in the celebration of marriage, and is a tradition that has been a staple of weddings. But it can also be utilized to turn your wedding into an event that is unforgettable. If you've been searching for ways to make your wedding unique and memorable, we've got the answer.
Without question, one of the most beautiful and anticipated moments of any wedding reception is the bride and groom's first dance. If done properly it can convey the love, commitment, and partnership of the couple, as well as display their physical coordination and compatibility on the dance floor. The moment is one that frequently draws tears from guests and creates an unforgettable wedding memory for the happy couple.
While planning your amazing wedding, don't forget to think about the dancing portion of the reception. If you have two left feet, or just feel uncomfortable dancing in front of others, wedding dance lessons will greatly benefit you. When you and your soul mate step out onto the dance floor and all eyes turn to the two of you