Choose a song that speaks to both of you and gets the party started. If your song has a slow beat, consider putting together a medley of songs including some that are more up-tempo.
First work on hearing the beat, then add simple footwork. After that you can add in a couple of basic turns and/or flashy moves.
Lots of couples struggle with preparing for the first dance, since they don’t have much experience together on the dance floor. A couple of lessons with a professional can make a huge difference in your confidence and performance. A wedding dance instructor can also help you put together a simple routine so you really shine.
It’s important to set aside some time to fine-tune your wedding first dance. Many couples discover how much fun it is to dance together, and it becomes a lifelong habit. Have patience with yourself and your partner, and keep at it till everything flows smoothly.
Dancing together is really enjoyable, especially when you’re prepared. Remember, all eyes are on you when you’re up there, and when your guests see you guys having a great time, everyone will want to hop and join you out there on the dance floor.
Gearing up for your wedding first dance is fun and easy if you follow these few simple steps. Taking the time to prepare means you’ll get great wedding first dance photos AND be the life of your party. Shine on!