Wedding Dance is uncommon in my country.
Normally, we call it march in. I feel wedding can be a very special one when the wedding couple dances into the ballroom rather than the normal march in.
My cousin had his wedding and surprisingly, there was this segment when he danced with his bride.
The dance served as an entertainment for us too.
Soon after, other guests joined them and we had our first dance too. The aisle was packed with dancing couples.
Even my aunties and uncles who are already in their sixties joined in too.
Rather an amazing sight to see. One of the very few in Singapore’s wedding indeed.
If you are planning your wedding and have a special piece of music for your all important first dance, you may want to sign up your very first wedding dance lesson in a dance studio.
Through a course of private lessons, the dance teacher may be able to customise the dance lesson for you.
As you know, we all have different calibre. For me, I’m sure I’m not a good dancer because I can’t coordinate the dancing steps well.
However, it is always worth a try.
At the dance studio, the experienced teachers can choreograph an individual dance to fit your music perfectly.
There are different type of wedding dances:
1. traditional Waltz,
2. sexy Argentine Tango
3. passionate Rumba
Dancing isn’t as easy as what it seemed. We all saw from televsion programmes which show dancing competition and how graceful the dancers were.
They were dancing as one. They were moving their bodies as one.
However, do you know they may have learnt and practice for ten over years just to be able to qualify for the dancing contest?
But, wedding couples do not have so much time.
Whatever you do, if you are going to dance at your wedding, just enjoy yourself and I’m sure all the guests will feel very proud of how happy the wedding couple is!
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