What Dance Style Is Best for Your First Spin with Your Spouse? (Part 2)

The Swing

A variety of dance styles belongs to this category, such as the Lindy hop, jitterbug, jive, boogie, East and West Coast swing. It’s rather fast-paced style, fun and lively way to kick off your marriage with a few lifts, fast turns, and leg kicks. We suggest you learn with a professional choreographer! Brides should consider changing their wedding gown into a shorter, flowy dress and wearing dance shorts and dancing shoes. Grooms should wear comfortable shoes and suit jacket.

The Foxtrot

Something of in between a Waltz and a swing dance, it is fantastic for a pair featured a medium tempo and playful dance movements that go with a wide variety of classic and contemporary songs. The moves can get complicated, but modern wedding outfits will look very nice as you do a Foxtrot.

The Rumba
This Latin dance is best for a couple looking to ignite a sensual vibe from their first dance due to a lot of hip work and fluidity. Although, it’s not hard to learn as other Latin styles, such as the salsa and mambo, but will definitely require serious practice. There is a limited selection of melodies that suits this style, but they’re not hard to find and very enjoyable. Shoes may need to be changed, and bride may want to make sure her gown can handle hip movement and turns.

Mambo & Salsa Dance
The salsa and mambo are fast-paced dance incorporate some complicated steps that bring a certain sensual, and flair to your first dance. Latin songs are always excellent tunes for this form. Practise with a professional to master this dance and remember that a costume change into more dance-friendly clothing is recommended. A tango dance might also be an excellent choice, though it is a bit too sexual and serious for a wedding dance.