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Tips for Creating the Best Parent Dances at Your Wedding

Tips for Creating the Best Parent Dances at Your Wedding

Your wedding will be such a wonderful experience for you and your partner! You will vow your love to one another, seal it with a kiss, and head off to your wedding reception where you will celebrate with all of your closest friends and family members.

While at your reception, you will take part in mother/son and father/daughter dances. Are you prepared for yours?

We adore the special dances that take place on a wedding day! That’s why, here at Arthur Murray Dance Studio, as a Los Angeles dance studio, we have gathered some tips to assist you with creating special parent dances at your own wedding. If you would like to discover what these tips are, be sure to read on:

  • Choose Your Song

    First off, you will want to choose songs for your dances that complement the bonds that you share with your parents. Pay attention to the lyrics, to ensure that the words reflect your relationships. For example, a song such as My Little Girl by Tim McGraw would be a wonderful choice for a father/daughter dance.

  • Consider the Length

    Ideally, your dances shouldn’t last more than a couple minutes. This way, you can embark on a lovely dance with your parent, without losing the attention of your guests.

  • Practice Makes Perfect

    You will certainly want to ensure that you are prepared for your special dances. By taking part in dance lessons with your parents, you can not only spend some one-on-one time with them, but also prepare yourself for your debut out on the dance floor.

Being prepared for your parent dances is certainly of importance! These are just a few tips to ensure that you are.

So, if you are all set to prepare even further by taking dance lessons at a dance studio in Sherman Oaks, California, please don’t hesitate to contact us here at Arthur Murray Dance Studio! With a wonderful passion for dance, we would be pleased to have you join us out on our dance floor.

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