Discover the enchantment of your first dance as newlyweds - a moment filled with excitement and emotion at your unique celebration. Imagine the thrill of crafting a performance that will not only etch itself into your hearts but leave your guests utterly enchanted. Dive into this article for the secrets to creating a captivating and unforgettable wedding dance.
The first dance at a wedding is a moment that many couples look forward to. It's a unique and romantic event that will be remembered for a long time. That's why it's worth preparing for it and learning to dance in advance, rather than at the last minute. Read on to find out why it's worth saving yourself the stress before the wedding and taking advantage of an online dance course.
What if we didn’t find our song on the website?
Write us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with the title of the song you've chosen for your first dance. We'll guide you on which available choreographies will match your selected track.
How long before the wedding should we start practicing?
The earlier you start preparing, the better. Sometimes, couples worry that starting too early might make them forget the choreography. In practice, it's much better to master the entire routine earlier and then practice it at least once a day until the wedding day. This way, you'll develop what's called muscle memory and feel well-prepared. Remember, the last few days before the wedding can be demanding, making it harder to find time for calm practice.
How much space do we need for practicing?
Less than it might seem :) We choreograph and practice in the living room of our apartment, moving the table to create a space roughly 2 x 3 meters :) This size is enough for practicing and mastering sections of the routine because you can always return to the center. In this space, you can also rehearse most of the routines entirely, but with slightly smaller steps and movements. Through such practice, you'll memorize the entire routine, but remember that nothing replaces practicing on a dance floor close to the size of your intended dance floor for your First Dance. Therefore, we strongly encourage you to conduct a final rehearsal at the location of your wedding reception. Doing so will make you less stressed, help you become familiar with the dance directions in that particular room, the available space, and the floor's slipperiness.
How will I gain access to the tutorial?
Within a few minutes after your order is processed and payment is confirmed, you'll receive an email with a link to download the course. You can download the files to your device and use them at any time and for an unlimited period. :) You can also log in to your account on our website and go to the section: Completed Orders -> My Files.
How long will I have access to the course?
You can use the course forever. Download the files to your device to use them anywhere and for an unlimited time.
Do we always need to have internet access?"
The course also works offline :) Once you download and save the files on your device, you can use them without limits! :)
Passion and experience
Hi, it's Paulina and Paweł, together we have over 30 years of dance experience, numerous titles and sports achievements. We've participated in „Dancing with the Stars.” We've made multiple appearances on TV shows regarding dancing and preparing for the first dance. We have also performed numerous dance shows during prestigious events. Together, we're finalists of many tournaments and Polish Championship winners in Pro-Am ballroom dancing.
What matters most in our work, is not just our ability to dance but also to teach others. We’ve spent years specializing in the First Dance. and after preparing hundreds of wedding couples during "live" lessons, we know precisely what works in the First Dance. We know which choreographies make couples look and feel their best. We use this experience to create courses that are easy-to-master and simple to follow for everyone.
Paulina Janicka and Paweł Staliński