We're heading back to school for a true/false quiz, as we look at what you really know about dance lessons for weddings.
True or False? It takes months of classes to learn how to do those fancy dances you see on television. True, but there are many different types of dances and they are taught at different levels. Beginner’s classes are available for those couples who want to do a simple dance without fancy techniques. These classes can be taught in three to five sessions.
True or False? Dance classes are just another item on the bride and groom’s long list of things to do. True, dance classes are another thing to do but dance classes are one of the fun items on the list. They are also a time for the bride and groom to spend together. Dance classes may be the only time the couple gets to have fun together while they are planning their special day. Many couples use dance night as their special time together.
True or False? I am an awful dancer. Dance classes will not help me. False, anyone can learn how to dance as long as you are willing to learn and have the right direction. You may not be ready for “Dancing with the Stars” but, a good dance teacher can teach the most rhythmically challenged person how to sway to the beat.
True or False? We don’t need to learn a dance. A simple two-step is enough. While this is true, won’t it be nice to give your guests a thrill with your new moves? You will have one more great memory of your special day. It will be something that the two of you can smile about for years.
The dancing doesn’t end when your wedding is over. You will have dance moves you can use on your honeymoon and for the rest of your life. Quick Quick Slow Ballroom Dance Studio wants to help make your first dance a dance to remember.
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