Avoid These Mistakes When It Comes to Your First Dance

Your first dance will be such an intimate moment for you and your partner! A loving song, a romantic ambience; you will certainly want yours to be a picture-perfect moment. Therefore, there are some things that you will want to consider when planning yours.

Are you aware of some of the mistakes that you should avoid making when it comes to planning your own first dance?

We understand the significance that a first dance holds! That’s why, here at Black Tie Productions, we have gathered some mistakes that you will want to avoid when it comes to yours. To learn what these mistakes are, be sure to continue reading:

  • Don’t Be Spontaneous. Your first dance should be a cherished moment that you and your partner are prepared for. The last thing you would want to experience is awkwardness and uncertainty as you hit the dance floor. Avoid being spontaneous and winging your first dance, and instead practice with your partner or invest in some choreography lessons.
  • Don’t Overlook the Song. With a first dance being romantic, you will want to choose a song that reflects the loving bond that you and your partner share. It is important to take the time to listen to lyrics and rhythms that songs present, so that you choose the best one for your specific relationship.
  • Don’t Be Too Trendy. There are so many trends in the wedding world that many couples are utilizing. However, it is your wedding day, and it should be unique to you and your partner. Instead of following “traditions” and how a first dance is “supposed” to be presented, just make it your own! If you want an upbeat dance instead, choose a fast song. There are no rules.

Every first dance should be a wonderful moment for a couple. These are just a few mistakes that you will want to avoid when planning yours. To book your wedding DJ in Flint, please contact us here at Black Tie Productions. We would be pleased to be your Flint wedding DJ, as well as provide you with gorgeous up-lighting and fun photo booths.


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