It's your first dance as a married couple on the dance floor...Your dress is absolutely stunning. his tuxedo impeccable...Everyone is watching and you both know you look awesome together...You're so happy you're glowing!!! You don't have to be a great dancer to pull off a great first dance!
A little planning and some practice and you'll be the toast of the dance floor!
Here's a few suggestions for you
» Let your first dance you've chosen reflect your love for each other.
» See list of the Top 40 First Dance suggestions here.
» Pick a song that keeps a consistent beat throughout the song.
» Select a song that is less than 3 minutes long. Two or two and a half minutes for your first dance is just right.
» Use a CD to practice dancing to your First Dance
» If you can't dance, Take some dance lessons!
» Make your First Dance photographically interesting so that you will end your wedding day with Video and Still photo's you will be proud to show off to friends, family, and your children in years to come.
» Have a good idea of the size and shape your wedding reception dance floor will be so that you can practice and get used to dancing in that amount of space.
» Practice sometimes without the music, especially at the beginning stages, it will help you concentrate on perfecting your steps, and leading or following.
» Keeping time to the beat of the music is very important-feel the beat !
» Remember HE leads...SHE follows. (at least when your on the dance floor).
And remember have fun!
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