Dance Lessons

Have you chosen your dance partner?

This is important because we need to identify what dances fit that music and will then need to be learned.

List all the songs you have in mind

Most people underestimate how long dancing for 3-4 minutes feels like. 1:30-2:00 is recommended time.

Fun, elegant, endearing, surprising, etc. Your dance can be romantic, cute, fun, entertaining, over-the-top, or traditional, etc. The most important aspect is to enjoy it and make some fun and lasting memories. Tell your instructor all your ideas so they can help you get the dance you want.

As a dancer, the condition of the floor is an important thing.

Like any skill, dancing takes time to learn how to dance. Consistency and practice are key to becoming a successful and happy dancer. If you have a financial or time budget, PLEASE tell your instructor. The last thing we want is for you to have an unfinished dance.

The clothing you are going to wear can sometimes hinder movement when we dance. This will be important when your instructor decides what to teach you. A large dress can get in the way and restrict your movement.

It will be important for you to talk with your hired professionals about your dance. It would be a good idea to have them watch you do a dry run at the rehearsal so they will know what you are planning to do. If there are some moments in your dance that you’d like the photo/videographer to be ready for, make sure to tell them.

Please enter your availability for each day.

How to get the jitters out.

Before the big day, it is a good idea to dance in front of a group of people. This helps to be more confident, and able to enjoy yourselves more, when it will really count. We understand that this may sound a bit scary at first, but it’s better to get out the nervousness sooner rather than later. That way, dancing on the big day is no big deal!