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FIRST DANCE

  • FIRST DANCE LESSONS

Whether you're a traditional or an alternative bride your first dance with your husband is an important one.
With all eyes on you, it's essential that you feel comfortable taking to the floor and whether that's simply something more than a slow shuffle or a full on spectacle incorporating the whole bridal party you're likely to benefit from a few lessons.
Lessons can be held in the Dance HQ studio, outwith our regular class timetable, or in your home at a time that suits you. Dances will be choreographed with your input, so nothing will be uncomfortable or unnatural to you, and ALL tastes can be catered for.

PACKAGES

SILVER

Perfect for that last minute panic lesson or to brush up on your dance moves.

1 hour private lesson £50

GOLD

Ideal for learning a simple routine to your chosen song.

4x 1hour private lessons £190

PLATINUM

Just the thing to really impress your guests or enough time to start from scratch if you really have 2 left feet!

6x 1 hour private lessons £285

HINTS & TIPS

GIVE IT TIME

We advise booking your lessons with a week to spare in the lead up to your big day, this gives you enough time to practice calmly and a safety net should you need to reschedule a lesson

BREAK IN YOUR SHOES

Avoid blisters by wearing your wedding shoes around the house to break them in gently. Ballet dancers cover their new pointe shoes with socks to keep them clean. It might look a bit silly but it works a treat - and means you can still keep them a secret!

PRACTICE IN HEELS

If you plan on wearing heels for your first dance, it's essential that you practice dancing in them. You can save your wedding shoes and wear something with a similar heel height if you prefer.

DON'T GO BACK

Generally speaking, wedding dresses have a lot more going on than 'regular' dresses. Even if you can tie your train up into a bustle it will still be difficult moving backwards. Our choreographed routines take this into account so there won't be any train-tripping going on!