Staging the first dance

What could be more beautiful than lovers who spin in a dance! The language of movements is expressive, beautiful, he will be able to tell your partner about your feelings much more than all the words in the world! The dance of the bride and groom adds notes of tenderness and sensuality to the wedding celebration, turning the wedding into a celebration of love.

We will tell you about the most popular dances that young people choose to perform at a wedding. Which one is right for your couple? The staging of the first dance by a professional choreographer is included in the list of services that wedding salons offer. Which dance to choose?

Oh this waltz!

More often than not, newlyweds choose a waltz. Tenderness, refined romanticism lurks in this dance! Smooth, coordinated movements of partners, fascinate, force to follow the slightest changes in the figures. The partner very delicately leads the lady in the dance. The pair is graceful, elegant, light.

The staging of the first dance, of course, will require some effort, therefore, we must proceed from the level of our training. If you have no experience, choose a slow waltz. You can master all the movements, because a slow waltz requires less preparation. Vienna waltz can be chosen by partners who will cope with a more serious load.

The pace of the Viennese waltz is faster, the music more dynamic. If you are experienced dancers, the whole hall will bathe in the waves of youth, light and beauty that your couple will radiate.

Sensual tango.

If you choose tango for staging the first dance, you can experience it for yourself and convey to all those present the whole gamut of feelings that a man and a woman experience. The partners are close to each other, but their relationship is full of passion and drama..

Tango is chosen by couples in which both partners are dynamic, confident people.

Funny foxtrot.

A cheerful foxtrot is a charge of a wonderful mood. The joyful unity of the couple in this dance symbolizes the happiness of communicating with each other. Perhaps a little frivolous, flirtatious, but he can "revive" the pompous solemn event with sparks of youth and mischief.

Engaged in teaching the first dance with the teacher, you can, by combining various elements, create your own dance that suits your couple exactly. Choreographers recommend practicing 2-3 times a week, and how much training is required depends on your training and abilities..

Create a fairy tale of your love! May she be tender, quivering, exciting, as

Your first wedding dance!