It will be one of the most memorable moments of your wedding. Many pictures will be taken by all your friends and family members. Many years later you will be showing the video to your kids. On You Tube it will appear immediately. Isn't it high time you started learning how to dance? It's much easier than you think!
Don't wait! The earlier you begin, the less stressful it will be. Last weeks before your wedding might be too busy to think about dance lessons. But even if you have just couple of weeks, it's never too late. Most of couples take 10-20 private dance lessons to learn their "First Dance" routine, but even 4-5 hours will get you through without shame if you have experienced dance instructor.
We will prove you that ballroom dancing is fun and very useful for any special occasion. Call us at 631-868-3500 and make an appointment with our professional dance instructor and find out more information about our wedding dance lessons on Long Island.
In Ballroom Factory Dance Studio we offer special packages for wedding couples.
During private wedding dance lessons Long Island you will learn your first dance choreography and how to present yourself with grace on the dance floor. We will also help you to learn leading and following in order to feel comfortable with each other in ballroom dancing. You can choose whether you want your choreography to be simple and elegant or more complicated. Advanced choreographies are more time-consuming and require consistency from you.
BALLROOM FACTORY WEDDING SONGS COLLECTION
If you’ve already chosen a song, we will just need to choreograph that. But if you haven’t, we will help you. You can pick any song from our special list that will be suitable for wedding.
EDITING OF YOUR WEDDING SONG
There is no need to dance entire song. If you want to dance just a part of it, we can easily cut it, edit parts and to do whatever we need to in order to make your first dance look perfect.
Tips on Wedding Dance
How to start the dance party?
1) The First Couple.
You might want to observe that there is a traditional sequence of pairing up couples at a wedding dance. Certainly, the first couple on the floor will be the Bride and Groom.
2) Father of Bride and Mother of Groom Dance.
After first dance, the Bride and her Father will dance together. After a few bars of music the Groom might invite his Mother to dance. After the song finishes, the couples thank each and the Bride and Groom return to each other.
3) The Third Song -Attendants.
When the next song starts, the attendants (as they were paired in the wedding) begin dancing with each other. The parents of each attendant also dance together. All this time, the Bride and Groom continue dancing together. The parents of the bride and groom may want to also join in and dance with each other.
4) The Fourth Song -Guests.
After the third song, the attendants and parents of the attendants may split up and start asking guests who are still sitting down to dance. It is a good idea for the attendants to thank their partners at the end of every dance and find someone new to dance with who is still sitting down. This approach will help to ensure that everyone has a good time and everyone is invited to ballroom dance.