The "first dance" of a bride and groom is a popular element at many post-wedding celebrations in modern European and American traditions. Exactly like an old-fashioned ball, the idea is that the bride and groom, as the guests of honor at a dance, open the dancing, not that they perform a choreographed duet for spectators. First dances, are intended to open the dance for all guests.
In the past, the first wedding dance was commonly a waltz. In modern times ballroom dancing is no longer a widespread skill. Today more popular dances include the foxtrot, merengue, and swing. Alternatively, many couples just do a "slow dance". More recently, some couples have been known to introduce a surprise into their dance to shock and humor their audience e.g. by dancing to a song in a mock disco style.
Whatever your personality or style is, we will customize and tailor your first wedding dance that best suits your wishes.
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