It is not a requirement for the bride and groom to take formal lessons before their first dance, but it does add to the enjoyment of both the couple and their guests.
If you've selected a special first dance song, that represents the two of you as a couple, you might want to personalize it even more by having a simple (or flashy, if that's your style) choreography that further shows off your personality together.
When couples get up on the dance floor and just sway together for their first song, it can be dull for both the couple and the guests. The bridal couple might also find that having a few formal "steps" allow for not only more enjoyment during the dance, but also can make for great photo moments that will be memorialized in their wedding album.
If you've learned how do dance a little for your own wedding, you'll probably find you can use your new skill again in your married life together--like when you attend the wedding of a friend, or when you go out for your anniversary, or just for a date night. It's a skill that you'll have to enjoy together as a married couple for much longer than just your first dance!
by OutOfMyHead 2 years ago
In a lesbian/gay couple do you feel like there MUST be a masculine figure?
by prettydarkhorse 5 years ago
How long should an engagement lasts?In preparation for the big event - the wedding, how long should the couple wait before they finally tie the knot.
by BkCreative 6 years ago
Why do men stop dancing as they get older - when you go out as a couple?In my teens and 20s - plenty of young men on the dance floor. But now, say at a wedding, men in their 30s, 40s, 50s and so on just sit - unless they are drunk. Why not keep dancing?
by dappledesigns 4 years ago
How long does it typically take for wedding photos to come back to the couple?
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