Daytona Dance Lessons

We don't know about you, but to us, the first dance of our wedding is a moment that we've been dreaming about for our entire lives. It's a moment that should be completely encompassed in magic and beauty. A moment that should be perfect at any given moment. But the reality of life is that we can't dance, and chances are, you can't either--and if you can, chances are that you're not trained in ballroom dancing. And if you are, in fact, trained in ballroom dancing then forget you. Only joking. But honestly, there's a grand majority of us who are doomed to making complete fools of ourselves during our first dances. A great way to not only ease the fear of ruining our own first dances, but also to learn a fun skill is by taking dance lessons before the wedding. The following guide will tell you everything you need to know about getting dance lessons for your wedding.

One of the biggest benefits of getting dance lessons with your partner is that it helps relieve the stress of planning the event. When you're in the middle of the planning process and things are really starting to take a toll on you, it can be tough to find something that's both productive for your cause, while at the same time is low stress or ideally helps relieve the stress. Dancing, being a form of exercise and just generally whimsical, is a great way to relieve stress, in both the fact that it gets your body moving and thinking about something other than the candy buffet or what the bridesmaids should be wearing, but it also relieves the stress of worrying about your first dance being a disaster. Not to mention that taking dance lessons with your partner allows you to spend some fun time with your significant other, and allows you to focus on your relationship. Between work and planning a wedding, you and your soon-to-be-spouse probably don't get a lot of time to spend together, so this is a great opportunity to spend quality time with them.

It is also important to the life of your party for you to make a good impression during your dance. Most people expect the wedding they're attending to have dancing, but if the first dance between the two people getting married is low-energy and sloppy, then everyone else might be either too embarrassed, not warmed-up enough, or worried about showing off to do any dancing at all! This is the last thing you want. You want to get the dancing started off with a bang by impressing all of your guests with a well-done, picture perfect dance. This is also a great opportunity to show off your personal style and music choice. What kind of first dance will you have, and to what kind of song? You can make it huge and choreographed or simple and sweet, but either way it should be perfect just like every other part of your wedding, right?

Just remember, this is a moment that both of you will remember for the rest of your lives. It will be chronicled in pictures, film, and your own heads. It should be a moment that lives in fame, and not infamy. Make it that magical moment that you've always pictured it would be.