The facts of your case are simple yet true. Your wedding is coming up in a few months and you and your fiance are horrible dancers. In fact, it could be said that you both have two left feet. That being said, there is something that you can do about it. Have you considered taking dance lessons? There are so many reasons that taking lessons is the best route to looking at least competent when you get out on the dance floor at your wedding. For one, you will be in a room with a number of other beginners which will make you feel less self conscious. Also, keep in mind that you will be dancing with more than just your fiance at your reception so taking a class with others will be an excellent opportunity to experience different people and styles. Classes also provide you with a chance to practice a lot and that is exactly what you both need. If you have questions, your instructor is right there. There is truly no downside to taking dance lessons to prepare for your wedding. The only thing that you will need to make sure of is that you find a professional dance instructor that you believe meshes with your personality. This guide will help lead you around the St. Louis area as you search for the perfect instructor who will have you and your fiance sashaying across the floor.
So, you are probably wondering how to go about this search. We suggest that you begin by simply talking to your family, friends and coworkers. We love this source because you have a built-in reference. Find out if someone you know can really talk highly of some dance lessons that they took in the past. Jot down any names on a list of potential candidates to check out. Do not neglect to speak with any wedding vendors that you already have a relationship with. Believe us when we tell you that wedding vendors know about other vendors. The world wide web is also source that you should avail yourself of. Do a Google search for “dance instructors in the St. Louis area.” Figure out which candidates that you get back are worthy of a deeper look by perusing the websites of the dance schools or instructors. After exhausting all three of these sources, you should have a nice working list to investigate. Get ready to visit some dance studios.
At each place that you visit, you want to talk to the instructor about whether anyone can be taught to dance. You will probably never find an instructor that feels that can't help everyone, but you might want to setup a trial session to figure out how much help you need. Talk about the difference between private and group lessons? We suggest starting with group lessons for the reasons started above and then if you feel that you need additional help after that, you can move to the private lessons. What kind of shoes will you need? The last thing you want are a feet full of blisters. Have you picked out your wedding song that you will dance to? If not, will the instructor help you with the choice? Will you learn choreography? How many lessons do they feel you would need? Do they offer package deals? What will be your bottom line cost? Is the candidate likeable? We only point this out because you might as well enjoy the process of learning to dance. After you have completed all of your interviews, you should be able to make a quality choice.