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Most modern dance floors are -
Are there any traditions or conventions that you wish to follow -
Most people find they are wearing something more formal and restrictive than normal during their wedding. If the Brides have long or tight dresses, and the Grooms are in Morning Suit with wing collars it's going to be more difficult to perform a fast and furious dance style.
Remember also that your shoes will often be quite different from those you normally wear. If the Groom is used to casual shoes or trainers, formal shoes will feel quite different, and for the Bride there's the issue of heel height. If at all possible, try to use shoes in your tuition sessions which are as close as possible in style to the ones that you will be wearing on the day – if your dance shoes look crazy with your everyday practice clothes, then bring them with you and change shoes before the lesson.
If there's anything else that's particularly important to you and your partner, however silly you might think it seems, then please let us know so we can incorporate it in your tailored step-
The most traditional first dance, a formal yet romantic dance which sees the happy couple gliding majestically round the floor. Not generally available in pop music.
A sensuous and slow Latin rhythm which is said to have originated from portraying the courtship displays of lovebirds -
An uptempo Latin dance -
What more need we say -
These are by no means the only dances you could choose, but they tend to be the most popular. If you would particularly like to try another style -