Choosing the First Dance for Your Wedding

By | November 7, 2017

Are you dreading your first dance as Husband and Wife? Let me rephrase that. Are you dreading having to dance almost on your own in front of an audience of possibly hundreds of people?

This is perfectly understandable. There are very few people who feel naturally at ease in these situations. As the leader of a wedding band, I come across couples every week that beg not to be left on the dance floor on their own for too long. Indeed, when I got married, I can’t say I was overly looking forward to it. You assume you are going to fall down, or your dress will catch fire. Perhaps you worry, in a fit of paranoia

that your wedding venue have greased the dance floor and that perfect moment that you had in your head (where for some reason and without any training, you and your partner were accomplished ballroom dancers) turns into a nightmare and you end up stumbling off the dance floor, knocking over the bands equipment and landing head first into evening buffet. Let’s face it, the chances of nobody recording this are zero now that everyone has cameras on their phone. Look on the bright side, it might go viral on you tube?

So where does this fear come from? The main reason is that you are asked to do something in public that you have no expertise in. It’s also early in the evening so the courage and confidence that comes after a few drinks isn’t going to help you here.

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