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The First Wedding Dance

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The big day has come: your wedding day! You've waited so long and so far everything is even better than you expected! You said the vows, the ceremony was emotional, the mothers cried a bit, the fathers were proud, the flower girls were just lovely and looking in your partner's eyes you saw the recognition of your soul-mate. What more could you wish? Well, maybe just to get through the first wedding dance without making a fool of yourself, without letting the others know that when it comes to dancing you have two left feet.

What can you do to avoid this? Firstly you have to talk to your partner and agree on a song. It may be something that brings you special memories (the first dance together, the first kiss, the first “I love you” and so on). But if this is too personal, you may go for something else (can be anything from Waltzes, Slow Dance to Salsa or Foxtrots). Though, there are some conditions that have to be fulfilled: the songs should have nice lyrics, appropriated to the occasion (avoid lyrics like: “we could have been together”, “I am not what you need”, “I could have made you happy”); then both of you should like the song and the most important thing is that both of you should be able to dance to it properly. 

Not everybody is a “natural born dancer”, but almost anybody (why should you be the exception?) can learn the techniques, especially when we are talking only about a dance.

Of course your time is precious and you have a million other things to do, but why don't you indulge yourself with a couple of lessons? Just have in mind not only that everyone at the wedding will be watching you, but also your future children and grand children will be able to if you have a video.

So, why not do your best? After all, you love your partner and although a couple of minutes may seem like an eternity, you may actually enjoy it!



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