Wedding Dance Lessons: 407-297-9048
Are you happy about your wedding date? Is the date fast approaching? Make time for First Dance Lessons with your fiance to impress everyone at the reception. No it's not as difficult as you may think with a little information and a little practicing - about twenty minutes three or four times a week. You will be amazed how fast you learn! If you are going to a wedding, then I can help you dance at a reception and become the life of the party.
Prices for Wedding Dance Lessons:
If you take one, one-hour lesson, the price is $60. I suggest that you take a five-dance lesson package. The hourly rate drops to $45 per one-hour dance lesson. ($225.) You can pay charge, but add a $15 processing fee. Sorry, no checks. See more about pricing. The five dance lessons will include a few special dance moves: a dance lean, a special trick and of course a dip for the end. Lastly, you will learn how to bow and courtsey and walk off the dance floor as your audience is applauding and you all smile with great delight. We have a lot to cover, and for over ten years five, one-hour dance lessons will do the magic. This routine is a beginning First Dance and will awe your family and friends. If you want to continue dancing after the wedding for your date night, ten lessons would be beneficial to bring your performance up a knotch to intermediate dance steps, and will help you look great at a friend's wedding or other special occasion.
Best Wedding Music
What about music have you picked your song out? I suggest that my new couples have an anniversary ritual. Here goes:
1) listen to the music of your first dance.
2) Tell each other all the reasons you fell in love: Like what? When you first met. What did you think?
3) Say out loud when you knew your love was someone you wanted to spend the rest of your life?
4) Tell each other the favorite thing you like about each other. Then why you like it.
5) Try to dance your First Dance. If you don't remember one step, that's okay. Just hold each other close. A slow kiss might be nice, too.
Do this type of ritual each year on your anniversary. No one is around. You do it for each other to keep the fire alive because time serves as a way to extinguish some of the fire. So your music serves to be YOURS that connects you to all the memories. Memories are connected to the perfume you wore (cologne for him) the shoes, the venue, words said, etc.
Wedding Music Ideas:
Need some ideas of the Best Wedding Music? While you don’t want to copy what other couples do, some ideas would help to inspire you. I have ten years of examples of first dances that other couples have done for their reception. Sometimes just hearing different music makes you stronger to keep the choice you have or to pick a better song. It should speak love to each of you when you hear it. It is your song, and no one else’s song because it has meaning to you.
Mom & Dad Wedding Dances:
What do you do for the Best Wedding Music for the Father/daughter dance? How about the Mom and Groom dance? This can sometimes prove to be very difficult because song writers want to write their songs to the biggest audiences and Mom and Dad dances are a very small demographic. The best Wedding Music will be meaningful to you and your parent.
Some of the all-time favorite First Dance Music have been:
At Last by Etta James or Gene Watson
Of course there are many more First Dance Songs, and we can discuss them at a free consultation. We will also talk about difficulty of the music, slowing the music down and much more. Please know that the most important thing about picking the Best Wedding Music is to know that the words are meaningful to you and your soon-to-be better half or parent. (Mom or Dad will remember this Wedding Dance for the rest of their life.) Nothing has priority over the meaning the song has to the both of you. Please know that bouncing ideas off another person - like me - can prove to be very beneficial.
Diana Jo Rossano, Arthur Murray Trained Dance Instructor, Orlando, Florida 407-297-9048 (one mile west of I4 and Exit number 94 (The Longwood Exit)