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Your big day is approaching and you are surely nervous about the million-and-one details that have to be handled before saying “I Do”. Of course, your wedding dance does not fall last on your list of priorities – but how do you actually dance at your big day? We have some tips to help you pull off the perfect First Dance even if you are not used to dancing – so read on and find out more.

  • It all starts with the right pose. In general, the correct dancing pose involves a leader (whose left hand is placed right under the follower’s shoulder blade) and a follower (whose right hand is placed on the follower’s left-side biceps). Furthermore, the leader’s right hand and the follower’s left hand are clasped together, pointing in the direction of the first steps.
  • To many of you, dancing may seem complicated – but it doesn’t have to be so. The basic box step is a dance move everyone can learn, and which tends to work on pretty much every type of music – so it will more than likely work on your wedding song too.
  • If you want to add a dash of uniqueness and beauty to your First Dance, you can also introduce some “special effects” – such as an underarm turn or a dip. Both of these moves are really easy to learn, but they are highly impressive and make everything look a little more dramatic (which, of course, is precisely what you need for this glamorous moment at your wedding).



Searching for a DJ who knows how to listen to you and the “crowd”, and knows what music to play to make everyone feel amazing? You should absolutely contact DJ Dave Productions. With our experience and talent, everyone’s bound to have the time of their lives at your Big Day!



David Petry

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