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Make your first dance together as casual or dramatic as you wish.  Let us choreograph a routine to your song or simply teach you the basics to feel comfortable on the dance floor.

Amount of time spent on a Wedding dance… We suggest you allow enough lessons to become comfortable with the dance you have just learned.  Choreographed routines will take more time depending on their complexity.  Generally it takes anywhere from 5-6 lessons to learn a routine and perhaps another lesson or two to polish it.


Available Wedding & Private Lesson Packages:

3 Private Lessons - $240:  Learn the basics of the dance along with an intro and conclusion

5 Private Lessons - $375:  Learn the basics of the dance, along with an intro, body and conclusion

7 Private Lessons - $525: Learn the basics of the dance, along with the choreographed routine, allowing time to fine tune and polish your dance

Pay as you go -       $ 80:   Per Lesson

Honors Dances


The enchanting tradition of dancing with parents at the wedding can be the most remarkable and pleasurable moment of your event.  Learn a routine to dance with your parent; Mother / Son or Father / Daughter.  We recommend 3 private lessons for the Honors dances


A few Tips to consider when planning for your Wedding Dance:


Don’t wait until the last minute to schedule your lessons.  As you wedding day approaches the schedule will become very hectic.  We recommend starting at least 4-6 months before your wedding day to allow time to practice – especially if our students are newcomers to dance.


Be consistent with your appointments.  The more you come in, the less review there will be on each lesson.  Use the group classes and dance practice/parties when possible.  Everyone feels most comfortable during private lessons, but the classes and parties will be good practice for your reception – plus, the instructor will be there to assist with refining your technique.


Things you may want to know for your first lesson:

  • Will a band or a DJ play your first song?

  • Will you have a Mother/Son, Father/Daughter or bridal party dances?

  • What is the size of the dance floor at your reception?

  • What type of music will you have at the wedding?


Learning to dance for a wedding is a special gift that you and your spouse-to-be can give to each other, creating a memory that you will cherish forever.


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