bride and groomdance

Moth­ers cry, guests admire, fathers proud­ly look and smile — this is what always hap­pens at wed­dings when the toast­mas­ter announces thedance of the bride and groom. In itself, this tra­di­tion is very beau­ti­ful and touch­ing. But then you went to the mid­dle of the hall and the melody for thedance began to play, and the legs and arms, as if evil, cease to obey. It turns out that even a minute could not be giv­en to such an impor­tant moment in the bus­tle ofprepa­ra­tions. A lot of cou­ples knew before thethat they didn’t know how to dance a slow dance at all. Wed­ding prepa­ra­tion experts advise solv­ing this issue not a cou­ple of days before the cer­e­mo­ny, but a cou­ple of months. A beau­ti­ful­dance will sure­ly be remem­bered much more than a deli­cious dish on the table.

How to learn to dance adance?

How to pre­pare for such an impor­tant moment at the wed­ding? First, decide how you see this dance. Many cou­ples dream of waltz­ing spec­tac­u­lar­ly to the sounds of Chopin and there­by leav­ing roman­tic and ten­der mem­o­ries in the mem­o­ry of the guests. And there are cou­ples with humor, they pre­fer not only to dance beau­ti­ful­ly to cheer­ful music, but also to do it with a share of humor and cheer up the guests. Such an orig­i­nal­dance will be remem­bered for a long time.

You can come up with adance for the new­ly­weds your­self, or you can use out­side help:

  • You can sign up for dance cours­es and learn to waltz there. This is a very good way, because you can look at neigh­bor­ing cou­ples and have fun, the instruc­tor will help you to clear­ly work out the move­ments. This method is good if you are in the mood for a clas­sic waltz.
  • If you want to play a lit­tle hooli­gan and make a whole com­ic num­ber, you can hire a chore­o­g­ra­ph­er Or come up with your own moves.
  • When there are absolute­ly no ideas, and you don’t want to spend a lot of mon­ey, it’s quite pos­si­ble to get by instruc­tion­al video. It may take a lit­tle longer, but after review­ing a lot of orig­i­nal­dances, you will come up with some­thing of your own, no less inter­est­ing and bright.
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Tra­di­tion­al­ly, thedance of the bride and groom is per­formed alone. Guests admire the young cou­ple. In order not to fall into the mud face, it is bet­ter not to post­pone the prepa­ra­tion of the dance indef­i­nite­ly. Before train­ing, be sure to care­ful­ly study the size of the hall and the future arrange­ment of the tables, oth­er­wise all efforts will be in vain. Try not to waltz between the tables: it will not be the most beau­ti­ful sight if the veil acci­den­tal­ly touch­es the sal­ad or the groom catch­es the guest’s leg. When you choose a style of dance, remem­ber that you will have to per­form it in unusu­al clothes.

You can choose the music for the dance your­self or from the one offered by the chore­o­g­ra­ph­er. It is bet­ter to use the melody for thedance, which evokes ten­der mem­o­ries and quiv­er­ing feel­ings in you.

Chore­o­g­ra­ph­er Tips beautifuldance

There are some uni­ver­sal tips from chore­o­g­ra­phers that will help you avoid awk­ward moments and prob­lems at the cel­e­bra­tion:

  • Nec­es­sar­i­ly prac­tice inshoes. Very often, brides buy their dress and shoes, then they stand on the pedestal until the big day. When it comes to danc­ing, the legs are already swollen and the like­li­hood of trip­ping and rub­bing blood cal­lus­es is very high.
  • Rehearse in clothes sim­i­lar to your wed­ding. Not all moves that you rehearse in shorts in the dance hall can be per­formed in adress or trousers.
  • Train at home. Do not think that train­ing in the gym will be enough for you. A chore­o­g­ra­ph­er is watch­ing you there and will always tell you, but he will not be at the wed­ding, so train­ing at home will give you con­fi­dence.
  • Try to lis­ten care­ful­ly to each oth­erbe care­ful and cor­rect, because this is your first joint work.
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