Said studio owner Gabriel Gamboa, We recommend that couples start planning early because they should have several months to practice. This is especially true for people who have no background in dance. Ideally, couples should make an appointment with a dance studio three to six months in advance of the wedding and plan to have regular practice sessions. Most find the lessons to be a fun and bonding experience, Gamboa said, adding that some of his students go on to enjoy dancing as a couple for the rest of their lives. Most couples already have a song in mind that they want to dance to, Gamboa went on to say, so we recommend that they bring the music to their first session so that we can work together to choreograph a dance that will fit the song. Some couples are satisfied learning a simple and traditional dance, like a waltz, and we can help them enhance very simple movements to create a unique dance for their wedding. Of course, many couples nowadays are interested in more ambitious dance styles. Dances like the Swing, the Bachata, and the Zouk are becoming increasingly popular. We can work with a wide range of styles to fit the couples personalities. The studio not only works with the bride and groom; they also work with other members of the wedding party. Some wedding receptions nowadays have formation dances that incorporate the whole wedding party, and some couples also like to learn special routines for the mother-son and father-daughter dances. Gamboa recommends that couples dress casually for their wedding dance lessons , but that they wear shoes similar to what they will be wearing at the reception.
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