It can be difficult dancing in your wedding gown but there is no reason for a wedding dress of any style to be a problem for your wedding dance if you know what to do to avoid it.
A great section of advice and tips from our professional wedding dance teachers covering all aspects of your bridal dance. Planning your first wedding dance as well as wedding dance for the bridal party and parents. Browse these pages or click here for a full list of article titles
The reason you have dance lessons for your wedding dance is not to learn to dance expertly but to learn to do a dance looking good as couple, natural looking and suitable for the occasion
A guide for beginners to the relevance of choreography for your wedding dance, whether you want a freestyle relaxed looking dance or a spectacular dance with flash moves.
This article explains the difference between having group classes or private lessons to learn your wedding dance and what to expect from each.
Advice for those purchasing bridal dance gift vouchers as an engagement or early wedding with five essential rules to follow.
If you want to surprise your guests with a fun and lively start to your wedding reception, the wedding entrance dance can be a sure fire hit.
Discussion about why most dance studios don’t offer free consultations and how to satisfy your reservations about choosing a dance studio for your bridal dance lessons
The most frequently asked questions and answers about wedding dance lessons: how many lessons, when to start them and why and notes about your chosen wedding song
If you want your Bridal Party to have some dancing lessons so they look their best at your wedding reception this article shows you the pitfalls to avoid.
If you are planning a Father and Daughter dance for your wedding don’t forget to look after Dad with some dance practice or lessons to ensure he enjoys this time with you to the fullest.
Ten hot tips to prevent a Bridal Dance disaster from a professional wedding dance teacher who has seen it all.
In this article the author discusses some interesting points to consider if you are concerned about the value of having dancing lessons for your bridal dance.
It can be daunting trying to plan your bridal dance or even decide what you want for your wedding dance. This article describes some of the pitfalls to avoid when planning your bridal dance.
Essential reading for the bride if you are planning on dancing your First Dance in a wedding gown that has a train.
This article is a ‘must read’ if you are planning to dance your Bridal Waltz to live music at your wedding, especially if you are having dancing lessons and using recorded music for practice.
If you’re off to your first wedding dance lesson planning on having your dancing lessons in your new wedding shoes there are a few things you should consider first.
Tips and advice on how to deal with frustration with your partner if they are having trouble learning to dance, despite the fact of dancing lessons.
Give some thought to when you prefer to do your wedding dance, tradition no longer rules when you have your First Dance nor the type of music and style of dance that you choose.
Interesting trivia about the origins of the Bridal Waltz and how it relates to a modern wedding.
Full of great tips and some reassuring words for those who are concerned about their Wedding Dance because they think they are uncoordinated or have two left feet.
In this article a professional wedding dance instructor discusses some of the common reasons for disappointment and how to avoid them in your dancing lessons.
An injury just before your wedding day might alter your dance plans but does not need to cancel them. In this article a professional dance teacher offers some alternatives for you
A behind the scenes reality check to consider as you plan your First Dance and make your decision about whether to have wedding dance lessons or to make do with a shuffle.
If you hate being in the limelight and are nervous about your Bridal Waltz this article has some solid practical tips and some nice words of comfort for both the bride and groom.
This article explains why some couples look over- choreographed for their Bridal Dance and how to avoid it and ensure your wedding dance looks natural.
Boys, if you’re feeling worried about your wedding dance these tips from a professional bridal dance expert can guarantee your wedding dance will look great.
Whether you’ve had wedding dance lessons or not, these tips for the bride, from a professional wedding dance expert, can guarantee your wedding dance will look great on the day.
A useful article that explains some of the things you should expect from your wedding dance lessons and how to avoid some common pitfalls.
Useful tips if you are planning to dance a traditional or contemporary style Bridal Waltz and want to know how many dance lessons you might need to learn a basic dance
Here’s some tips and advice about keeping your expectations realistic and achieving a great outcome for your Bridal dance whether you’re planning a few or many lessons.
This article is a ‘must read’ if you are searching for a very slow Wedding Dance / First Dance song because you think that slow music means easier dancing.
If you don’t know what to do for your Bridal Waltz or how to even plan your wedding dance, this article will give you some ideas to get going.
A definite read if you want to dance a nice Bridal Dance and your partner does not want to, or if you want to have dancing lessons so you know what to do and your partner is against the idea.
There’s more to making a perfect First Dance / Bridal Waltz than just taking dancing lessons and in this article the author explains the key ingredient that you’ll need.
Practical advice from a professional dance teacher with tips to keep in mind if you plan to dance a dance from a movie for your First Dance.
Practical tips to help you organise people for a Flash Mob dance for your wedding.
This article discusses the pro’s and con’s of the last minute emergency wedding dance lesson and offers some sound advice for those who only want one or two lessons for their First Dance.
Useful information to keep a balanced outlook about your wedding First Dance whether you are planning a simple or extravagant dance
Here’s an interesting article for the groom who is being pushed to have wedding dancing lessons for the First Dance and just doesn’t want to.
If you’re not sure whether you want or need dance lessons for your Bridal Dance, this article may be just what you need to help make your decision.
An interesting article that explains the practical differences between a choreographed or a freestyle Bridal Dance and contains some great tips for inexperienced or non-dancers.
Often choreography is seen as complex and unnecessary for a Bridal Dance. This article discusses the subject of choreography and how it relates in practical aspects for a wedding dance.
Helpful tips and advice to help choose a song for your Wedding Dance that is easy or suitable for dancing and suits your personal style whether it’s is traditional love song or a modern pop song.
This article discusses some disadvantages of starting dancing lessons too close to the wedding day and compares last minute lessons to other realistic alternatives offering more advantages