Weddings

Wedding Dance

A Moment To Remember Forever…Your First Dance As Husband and Wife

 

From simple and elegant to passionate and captivating, Shall We Dance Studio’s customized wedding dance programs cater to every couple’s vision of their first dance.

Specializing in Ballroom and Latin dance, our wedding dance instruction will give you confidence and skills to captivate your friends and family with your elegance, style and grace. Many couples (including a few reluctant grooms!) tell us their Shall We Dance lessons were the most relaxing and fun part of their entire wedding planning!

Whether you have been dancing together for years or this will be your first ever dance, our experienced instructors will work with you at your own pace. We can teach a few basic steps or create an elaborate first dance routine for you – it’s up to you. This is your first dance!

Using the special song of your choice, we teach you how to make an entrance, leading/following, turns, dips, posture and etiquette while making you as comfortable as possible. Some couples don’t want to be too fancy, but all couples want to look natural, elegant and simply enjoy the moment. This is our primary goal when teaching our engaged couples to dance. We hope you will enjoy the benefits of dance lessons from now until your Golden Anniversary!

We also provide lessons for the entire wedding party. From a traditional dance for the bride and her father or the groom and his mother to a whimsical routine for the bridesmaids and groomsmen, we are here to create all the dances of your wedding dreams.

Call us to schedule your FREE dance evaluation and to learn more about our Wedding Packages!

 


Wedding Dance Song Suggestions:

  • “A Long and Lasting Love” – Crystal Gayle  ~ Rumba
  • “Caught Up In The Rapture” – Anita Barker ~ Rumba
  • “Change the World” – Eric Clapton ~ Rumba
  • “Alway” – Sarah Vaughan ~ Waltz
  • “Anniversary Waltz” – Eddy Howard ~ Waltz
  • “Fly Me to the Moon” – Frank Sinatra ~ Foxtrot
  • “I Love You More And More Everyday” – Al Martin ~ Foxtrot