Home Register Account Shop Site Map View Cart Search About Us Contact Us Privacy Statement

Wedding Reception Dancing
Affordable Wedding Favors

Bachlorette Parties

Bachelor Party Ideas

Bridal Shower Ideas

Candle Wedding Favors

Honeymoon Locations

Relationships

Wedding Anniversary

Wedding Beauty

Wedding Ceremony

Wedding Fashion

Wedding Favors Etiquette

Wedding Food & Drink

Wedding Gifts

Wedding Photography

Wedding Planning Guides

Wedding Reception Tips
  Band & DJ Contracts
  Bells
  Bridesmaid Dresses & Fashion
  Centerpiece Design
  Evaluating Bands & DJs
  Fact about Bands & DJs
  Learning to Dance
  Music for Wedding & Reception
  No Alcohol Wedding Receptions
  Potluck Wedding Reception
  Reception Seating
  Top Wedding Flower Trends
  Wedding Bells
  Wedding Bubbles
  Wedding Cakes
  Wedding Cake Tips
  Wedding Cake Toppers
  Wedding Cameras
  Platinum Wedding Cameras
  Wedding Centerpieces
  Wedding Dance
  Wedding Dancing FAQ
  Wedding - The First Dance
  Wedding Decorations
  Wedding Flower Guides
  Wedding Flowers for Reception
  Wedding Flower Types
  Wedding Insurance Tips
  Wedding Invitation Definitions
  Wedding MC Selection
  Wedding Music Checklist
  Wedding Napkin
  Wedding Napkin & Folding
  Wedding Reception
  Wedding Reception Dancing
  Wedding Reception - Guests
  Wedding Reception Options
  Wedding Songs
  Wedding Tables
  Wedding Table Cameras
  Wedding Table Cards
  Wedding-Toast
  Wedding Toast II
  Wedding Toast to Bride & Groom
  Wedding Wines & Drinks
  What is hot in Wedding Music
Weddings and Money



Wedding favors, candle wedding favors, 
personalized wedding favors, wedding, 
favor, affordable wedding favors, 
reception favors, bridal shower favor.

Wedding favors, candle wedding favors, 
personalized wedding favors, wedding, 
favor, affordable wedding favors, 
reception favors, bridal shower favor.
Wedding receptions can be boring, average, or a special occasion that everyone will enjoy. This is the celebration for two people in love making a solemn vow to share life together. Couples want the reception to express their joy, love, and excitement, while sharing it with their friends, family, and co-workers. The reception is important and should be planned carefully to make it something special.

One of the best ways to provide guests with an incredible reception is to have music, whether a live band or DJ. The couple can offer a wide selection, ranging from hip-hop for lively couples to slow, romantic music, perfect for couples to cozily dance, cheek to cheek. However, the first dance of the night always goes to the bride and groom. In most cases, a magical, slow song, preferably one that is special to both of bride and groom. Often, the bride's father will cut in toward the end of the dance, or take the second dance with his daughter.

Most people know how to dance, or at least make it through a slow dance. However, if the couple wants to enjoy the reception and music even more, they should consider taking private lessons several months before the wedding. This will put both of them at ease, thus allowing them to enjoy the reception more. In fact, some businesses offer dance lessons specific to weddings. In addition to learning new steps and improving their dancing ability, this is a great stress reliever for the couple as the big day approaches.

While open classes are less expensive, couples also miss important one-on-one time with the instructor. It would be well worth the money for private lessons and the couple can count this as one of their dates. Couples can learn how to walk onto the dance floor, move all around the dance floor, and even dip for the grand finale. Couples may not see the value in the lessons at first, but as they gain confidence and learn new steps, they will be extra excited for the wedding day to come.

After the bride, groom, the bride, and her father have danced to slow music, it is time to kick up the music. If they have taken private lessons, it would be fun to put music on for salsa or swing dancing and then wow the guests. The expression on the faces will be worth all the effort put into the lessons.

When on the dance floor, the bride and groom will put all their lessons to work. As long as they remember to stand up straight, keep the back and head straight, and their frame, which is the space between the two, the rest will come naturally. For the best reception possible, mix the music up with the Tango, Rumba, Fox Trot, Country Swing, and even some good old-fashioned Rock and Roll. The guests will have a blast and remember the reception for a long time.

Home Register Account Shop Site Map Search About Us Contact Us Privacy Statement
1-888-290-6778 Toll Free 9:30 AM TO 5:00 PM (Mon - Fri)
Copyright 2003 Wedding Favors. All rights reserved.