Wedding Dance FAQs
"What if we don't have a song picked out?!"
If you can't decide on music, don't sweat it!
We have a great music selection and will be happy to help you find a song you love.
"What about my schedule? I'm just too busy!!"
We realize planning a wedding is extremely time consuming. We are happy to work with you and schedule your lessons at your convenience.
We also suggest you start your lessons at least 6 months before your wedding date, so you are fully prepared.
"Aren't all wedding dances the same?"
Definitely not! There is a wide range of dances available to you! Popular Wedding Dances include but are not limited to, Waltz, Foxtrot, Swing, Mambo, Salsa, Tango, Hustle, Blues, Rumba, or your own...Be Creative!
"I'm too stressed out, I don't think we can add learning a dance onto our agenda..."
Taking dance classes is actually great stress reliever. It's a perfect way to get out of your daily routine while spending quality time with your fiance, yet still being productive!
"Is it only for couples?"
Of course not! Our wedding package isn't only for the bride and groom. We also provide lessons and choreography for the traditional dances of Father, Daughter and Mother, Son. We can even provide private group classes for the entire wedding party!!!
"Great! So, what is your Wedding Special?"
We actually have two packages!
Wedding Package A includes 4 Private Lessons for $299
Wedding Package B includes 8 Private Lessons for $585
**All Lessons will be scheduled at your convenience.
We'll set you up with your own personal instructor that will fit your requirements and customized choreography to your own music.
Some Helpful Tips from The Rhythm Room:
If you have little to no experience, start with group lessons to introduce yourself to a variety of dances! You'll have a diverse selection of dances to choose from for your First Dance, as well as plenty of dances to do during the reception party!
We understand that planning a wedding is no small task. Schedules fill up as The Day gets closer so we suggest you begin lessons 12 to 6 months before your wedding. That way you'll have plenty of confidence on the dance floor.
Coordinate with your photographer/videographer so they can get the best coverage of your dance, as this is a video you'll cherish forever.