Posts Categorized: Wedding Choreography

WHAT MAKES A GOOD SOCIAL DANCE INSTRUCTOR ?

July 5th, 2015 | Posted by Kathy Levyn

The first attribute would be experience. These following questions can be valuable to find the answer to.     1.  What background and experience does the teacher have in their own life of dancing?     2.  How much do they know about the styles you want to learn?     3.  How long have they been teaching?… Read more »

Do You Really Need Dance Lessons for Your Wedding?

September 25th, 2014 | Posted by Kathy Levyn

In the past, we’ve discussed various ways to convince your fiancé to take wedding dance lessons. However, there are often instances when the men aren’t the only ones who need convincing. As you begin to plan your wedding, you yourself may question whether or not dance lessons are actually necessary. There have been hundreds of… Read more »

How to Convince your Fiancé to take Dance Lessons Before the Wedding

February 20th, 2014 | Posted by Kathy Levyn

After the “I do’s” are over and pictures of the wedding party have been taken, it’s time to head off to the reception and celebrate! Time for a little bit of champagne, some cake and a fun night of dancing with the man of your dreams. However, in the midst of your wedding daydreams, your… Read more »

Three Dancing Details to Remember

January 29th, 2014 | Posted by Kathy Levyn

Do you want to dazzle your family and friends when you step onto the dance floor? The fine details for your wedding dance are a definite essential for creating a positive experience.  These are the items that most brides and grooms do not know or overlook because they seem unimportant.  Just the opposite is true. … Read more »

The Significant First Dance

January 29th, 2014 | Posted by Kathy Levyn

The first activity as husband and wife presented before family and friends is usually the first dance.  Favorable reactions from the guests with “oohs” and  “aahs”  let the couple realize the rewards of preparation and learned skills.  Comfort level is definitely enhanced, ease of movement is evident, and memories are preserved with joy and delight. … Read more »