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Dance Instructions

Photo © Roy Katalan

During your wedding reception, you will do a lot of dancing. It doesn't matter if you are a good dancer or a bad dancer or even if you like to dance, your wedding day is the one day you will be almost forced to dance. So if you're a little uneasy about the thought of dancing in front of all of your friends and family members, you may want to consider taking dance lessons.

It's fun and easy to get started and you and your fiancé may really enjoy learning something new. In the rush and stress that takes over your life in the months prior to your wedding, it may be nice for you to take one evening a week and just spend it together. You may want to take a dance fundamentals class which teaches many of the basic steps of dancing. Other courses that are offered include:

  • Country and Western Dancing
  • Latin
  • Tango
  • Salsa
  • Swing
  • Scottish
  • Waltz
  • Fox Trot
  • Ballroom
  • Jazz
  • Modern
  • The Hustle
  • Line Dancing

After you've mastered the fundamentals of dancing, you may want to learn a special dance to perform for your first dance at your wedding reception. Think of how impressed your guests will be to see that you not only learned to dance, but you can dance well as a couple. This may require some coordination and some practice, but with a little help from your instructor, you and your fiancé could put on quite a show.

Knowing how to dance will probably benefit you long after your wedding is over. Think of the fun you could have on your honeymoon if your ship has an on-board club or disco. You could also put your new skills to use at your friends' weddings. You may even become so interested that you take advanced classes in the future.