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Dancing is an important part of most weddings. The first dance of the newly married couple, the bride and father dance, and the guest dancing is all something special. In addition to choosing the right music and DJ, the bride and groom often want to make sure they know all the right steps so they look graceful. A trend that has become quite popular is for the bride and groom, and sometimes, the entire wedding party, to take dance lessons four to six months before the wedding to ensure on that special day, everyone has a blast and ability to kick up their heels to all types of music. Professional dance instructors say that one or two lessons can make a world of difference.

Once you have decided on the various genres that will be played at your reception, plan to take lessons specific to that music. Although prices will vary, expect to pay on average $10 to $20 an hour for group lessons and $50 to $75 an hour for private lessons. Most weddings have a nice selection of music choices. In addition to Rock n Roll and Country Western, below are other popular choices:

Swing Choose music from Benny Goodman and learn how to swing to 2/4 and 4/4 beats. Swing is a great choice for your reception in that the dance steps can be adapted to just about any kind of music and, it is very easy and fun to learn.

Rhumba This dance is classic ballroom and an elegant and sensual dance. More and more, couples are choosing to add the Rhumba to their wedding reception. This dance is one that everyone can enjoy, with steps based on a 2/4 or 4/4 beat. While some people think the Rhumba is hard to learn, it is actually quite easy.

Salsa One of the hot choices for wedding receptions, this Latin American music is sultry and incredibly fun. While the beat is also a 2/4 or 4/4, the steps for Salsa dancing are quicker and do take a little more time to learn. Some couples have hired an instructor for the reception to teach all guests this style of dancing, ensuring everyone has a blast.

Waltz Perfect for the bride and grooms first dance, the waltz is a 3/4 beat and is romantic and graceful. The nice aspect of the waltz is that the steps are so easy, anyone can learn in a matter of minutes. A popular song choice to dance the waltz to would be Three Times a Lady, by the Commodores, but you will discover numerous songs that would be perfect.

Without a doubt, lessons will improve your dancing, giving you more confidence for your wedding reception. To enhance the lessons, remind yourself to stand up straight, keep your back firm, and hold your head high. You will be the envy of family and friends as you and your new spouse make your way around the dance floor as though you have been doing this your entire lives.

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