The time has come and the DJ announces that the bride and groom are about to take to the dance floor. At Wedding dance lesson London we have come up with all the tips and information you need for the perfect and best experience.
1. Enjoy yourself and don't get to worked up!
With all the hype in the media regarding flash dances and the best wedding dances. All it is, is hype. The main thing you need to do is enjoy. Here at Wedding dance lessons London we will prepare a few simple moves and give you the confidence you need to get on the dance floor and show off to all your guests.
2. Choosing the song
Pick something that means something to you both and here at Wedding dance lessons London we can help with the selections. Head over to our best wedding dance songs for all the information you need. We can't wait to see you in the studio with your perfect wedding dance lesson song,
3. Practice makes perfect
Here at wedding dance lessons London we will give you all the moves you need and create you a practice plan so you are ready to go for the big day. Remember, practice really does mean perfect. With out beginner wedding dance lessons in London a few 30 minute practices with your partner will be all you need for the perfect wedding dance.
4. Wedding clothing
Don't forget this one rule we have at wedding dance lessons London. Don't forget to practice your dance in similar shoes and even a similar length dress. We will make sure you are ready for all occasions.
5. Don't worry about mistakes
It's simple, no one will know and even if they do. You are performing your wedding dance in front of all your friends and family anyway right? Enjoy the wedding dance as much as you can.
6. DJ prep
Please, make sure the DJ has the correct song lined up for the wedding dance.
7. Keeping it simple is sometimes best
Here at Wedding dance lessons London we don't want you to be worrying about the big day. We know you will have a lot of things going through your minds. So we create a perfect, beautiful and simple dance that you can't forget. Prepping you two or three wedding dance moves so you are confident and don't forget a full wedding dance routine.