It’s that time again. The invitations are arriving in the mail and happy couples are announcing their wedding dates. June is such a popular month for nuptials and you know how much planning and effort went into finding a venue and a great band or DJ for a memorable event.
The celebration will, of course, involve dancing. For everybody. Bride and groom, parents of the bride and groom, attendees – everybody. It’s traditional, it’s joyous and it’s fun … provided we have some idea of what we are doing on the dance floor.
For the bride and groom, dance lessons at Fred Astaire Dance Studios are a great way to build intimacy and to know that they will create wonderful memories on their magical day. The wedding will live on in videos, and the new couple will want to look their best as they glide across the floor to their special song.
Fred Astaire Dance Studios can certainly help with that. Our customized Wedding Dance Instruction Program is created just for you. It will give you the confidence and skill to show off your elegance, style – and maybe a little personality! – on the dance floor, on your special day.
But what if you are not the bride or the groom? What if you are a parent, or a friend or family member who will be standing in that traditional role? What if you are the Best Man or the Maid or Matron of Honor? Many bridal parties now find that group lessons at FADS are a great way to make sure everyone shines at the wedding. In just a short amount of time, our certified dance instructors can help one and all learn a few basic steps that stave off the panic that comes with feeling out of place on the dance floor.
For that first dance with your new spouse, or for memorable father-daughter and mother-son dances, you’ll amaze your family and friends with your new-found skills and enjoy a magical moment that will be with you for the rest of your lives with just a few lessons behind you.
Don’t be one of those who hangs back at the table, afraid to join the fun. Don’t let your spouse or date down with a refusal to dance because you are “just not good at it.” And do you really want to see your wedding companion dancing with someone else? Didn’t think so.
Now’s the time. Wedding season is coming. Grab a couple of lessons at Fred Astaire Dance Studios, learn a few basic steps and join the party. Why should everyone else have all the fun?