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Wedding Music Tips

A good wedding dance song should have a clear and steady beat and it is the type of music that you choose that will determine the type of dance style that you will dance to. For example, classic swing standards such as Frank Sinatra are often danced in the swing or Foxtrot dance style which can be easily learned in only a few lessons.

When you first come in, bring the type of music you like and we will tell you what dance will go with it. If you need help selecting music we will be happy to provide a selection for you to choose from.

The length of the wedding dance music should be around two to three minutes. Too short is no fun and too long might get to be boring. We want you to be comfortable and relaxed during your wedding dance and most importantly, that you are enjoying your time together on the dance floor!

Wedding Dance Tips

  • Select a romantic wedding dance song with a good, easy to hear dance beat.
  • Select a wedding dance song with a consistent beat. Select a wedding dance song that is less than three minutes long or have your D.J. fade it out at a specified time.
  • Start practicing at least three months before your wedding day. With all that will be going on, you won’t have as much time to practice as the wedding day nears.
  • Keep your eyes off the floor or you’ll end up with a lot of wedding dance photos of the top of your head!
  • Find out how large or small your wedding dance floor is going to be so you can practice your wedding dance accordingly.
  • Decide ahead of time how and where you will be entering the dance floor for your wedding dance.
  • Brides should practice in a long dress similar to their wedding dress or the slip to their wedding dress. You don’t want to end up stepping all over it during your first dance.
  • Grooms should practice in their tuxedo jacket or a similar jacket. See how well you can lift your arms and also practice keeping your shoulders down and relaxed so you don’t end up with your shoulder pads in your ears.
  • Practice in your wedding dance shoes at least a few times before the big day. Women can cover their shoes with socks or a low tack tape to prevent scuffing. Men should put Vaseline on the inside edges of their shoes if they are patent leather. Otherwise, they will stick when you dance and you might trip.
  • Listen to your wedding dance music and stay on beat. Most of all, remember to relax, smile and have a good time!

The Foxtrot Wedding Dance

Foxtrot is a very glamorous dance possessing a smooth and sauntering style and is danced to a 4/4 time signature. Foxtrot originated in 1914 by a Vaudeville actor named Harry Fox. the Foxtrot is one of the most versatile of the dances because it can be danced to a variety of music styles and tempos. Visions of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers come to mind when one thinks of the Foxtrot.

“It Had To Be You”
(Harry Connick, Jr.)
“L-O-V-E”
(Natalie or Nat King Cole)
“Cheek to Cheek”
(Louis Armstrong)
“You Stepped Out of a Dream”
(Shirley Horn)
“The Best is Yet to Come”
(Frank Sinatra or Shirley Horn)
“Love Is Here To Stay”
(Frank Sinatra or Shirley Horn)
“Let’s Fall In Love”
(Steve Tyrell)
“New Kind of Love”
(Harry Connick, Jr.)

The Waltz Wedding Dance

The Waltz is danced to a 3/4 time signature and has a strong emphasison the first beat. When dancing the Waltz, you incorporate rise and fall as to give the dance its elegance and grace. The Waltz is known as the Cinderella dance of all the ballroom dances.

“I’ll Be”
(Edwin McCain)
“Come Away with Me”
(Nora Jones)
“Take it to the Limit”
(The Eagles)
“Kiss from a Rose”
(Seal)
“Only One Road”
(Celine Dion)
“If You Don’t Know Me By Now”
(Simply Red)
“Fascination”
(Nat “King” Cole)
“Moon River”
(Andy Williams)
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