Wedding Dance Lessons

http://www.dreamstime.com/royalty-free-stock-photos-happy-wedding-party-dance-bride-groom-image32480958You have arrived at the reception and now it’s time to relax and have some fun! But first, you get to dance for the first time in public as a married couple. Are you nervous? Are you ready to dance in front of a room full of your family and closest friends? Of course you are! Because you’ve been working with Vanessa to get ready for this special moment. She can help you prepare for a fun and stress-free first dance. Whether you’re looking for some simple steps to social dance or bust out YouTube worthy choreography, Vanessa’s got you covered!

 

Contact Vanessa to schedule your lesson

Phone: 512-522-1575

Email: lessonswithvanessa@gmail.com

 

Planning a wedding can be stressful and overwhelming with so many details to worry about. Use the preparation for your first dance to have some fun with each other! Dance lessons are a great way to bring the focus back to what really matters, the connection between you and your soon-to-be spouse. Come ready to unwind and enjoy yourselves in a private dance lesson with Vanessa.

 

Wedding Packages

Single lesson $70

3 pack of lessons $195 ($65 a lesson) 

6 pack of lessons $360 ($60 a lesson)

9 pack of lessons $495 ($55 a lesson)

 

Can’t get to Vanessa? She can come to you! She offers in home private lessons!

For an additional $15 (per lesson), you can learn how to dance in the comfort of your own home.

 

Wedding Choreography

Full Song $250 – Every step is planned including photo moments and the couples entrance and exit of the dance floor.

Partial Choreography $125 – planned entrance, exit, and a chorus worth of choreography.

 

Don’t think wedding dance lessons are for you?

If you decide to plan the dance section yourself, here are some tips and things to think about to help you prepare. 

  • What is the tone that you want to convey during your dance? Do you want your family and friends to see romance and passion? Maybe you want your dance to be silly and show your fun side.
  • How long is your song? Does it need to be cut or edited in any way?
  • Identify which type of dance would be most appropriate to fit your song.
  • What will be your cue to the DJ to start playing your music?
  • You want your first dance to be fun, easy, and stress-free. To achieve this, start practicing early. The more you practice to your song, the more confident you’ll feel when you take the floor on your big day.
  • To avoid any surprises or hiccups, practice dancing in your wedding shoes or something very similar.
  • Do you want to have Honor Dances? Father of the Bride, Mother of the Groom. Do they need dance lessons or can they wing it?
  • Envision the beginning and end of your dance. How will you enter and exit the dance floor?
  • If you can, try to incorporate a few special poses or dips that you can hit during your song to ensure some great photos.
  • Fill in your photographer on your plans for the dance so they can be ready to catch those special moments.