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In these times, many weddings are scaling down the size of their events.  Some people even ask if they should do dance lessons or just learn something on YouTube (omg!)….
Let’s look at the alternative of what NOT having dance lessons could do with our
10.  We don’t know what dancing is, so we skip this part of the wedding.
9.  I have never really danced WITH someone, so I keep stepping on my spouse’s feet.
8.  The only dance we know is the “bellyrub”……and we do this for the whole dance.
7.  Your new spouse gets bored during the dance and decides to strike up conversation.
6.  You both try to do a spin and the bride ends up with a twisted wrist……wouldn’t ya know it, the ambulance cannot find parking…
5.  Your spouse gets stage fright and just stares at you.
4.  Your new husband steps on your dress and you have a ‘Janet Jackson’ moment.
3.  You finish dancing the dance and no one realizes you were dancing.
2.  At the rehearsal, you both discover your in-laws know ballroom dancing and they are looking forward to the Father/Daughter Mother/Son dances.
and finally!!!
1.  You go to dip your new wife with a big kiss and you both end up falling over the dress landing on both the floor…..and Facebook!

We get this question a lot. First and foremost, you want to bring the music you want to dance to at your wedding reception. If you are dancing to a live band, have them make you a demo of the song(s). Second, you want to bring shoes that are the closest to what you will be wearing during the dance (sole type and heel height). Lastly, you need to find out the measurements and arrangement of your dance space. You do not want to end up with a routine that is bigger than the space allows, right? An optional item to bring is a video camera. If you aren’t good with learning, you can video your lesson so you don’t miss a beat. Now you are all ready for your first lesson…call today (and don’t wait until the last month)!

Wedding Season is Coming!

We have already started booking lessons for wedding couple getting married in early 2014!  Don’t wait to do your lessons at the last minute as it is too late then. Do your dance lessons early, video tape them and then practice when you find the time in the comfort of your own home.vondance-logo-flat1.jpg

Thank you to everyone who was involved with our programs this year!  We hope you continue daning for years to come!  We will be on tour with our dancing show from now until late September.  If you wish to contact us, please use our email of vondance@msn.com if you are in need of a referral to one of our partner teachers or are looking to schedule wedding dance lessons for the fall.