Wedding Dance

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Wedding Dance

Want to look amazing

Expect Only the Best

No dance experience necessary.
I have taught thousands of couples to look amazing for their wedding dance! Whether it’s the type of dance to choose, the song, or if you want to create a completely original routine, I can make the wedding vision come true,.

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Last Minute Wedding Dance Lesons

  • 3 Private Dance Lesson
  • $285

*Once you make that payment I will Text or Call you to make the schedule.

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Crash Course Wedding Dance Lessons

  • 6 Private Lessons
  • $30 Savings
  • $540

*Once you make that payment I will Text or Call you to make the schedule.

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Ultimate Wedding Package

  • 12 Private Lessons
  • $100 Savings
  • $1040

*Once you make that payment I will Text or Call you to make the schedule.

Don’t Just Clutch and Sway… Look Like A Star On Your Wedding Day!

Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life, and if you are here, it’s because you consider your first dance an important part of that event. The following are a few tips on how to get the most out of your lessons and how to make smart choices that will make your wedding day the perfect day you have envisioned.

Laura Harris
Laura Harris
@LauraHarris
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Dennis is such an amazing dance instructor. He is patient, knows exactly how to break movements down to everyone’s understanding and has such a fun personality. My fiancé and I have enjoyed our first few salsa sessions with Dennis and will continue to in order to grow our skills. We are hooked! Dennis PaSamba is highly recommended..
 Lybeth Rosario
Lybeth Rosario
@rzapata411
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Dennis is such an amazing dance instructor. He is patient, knows exactly how to break movements down to everyone’s understanding and has such a fun personality. My fiancé and I have enjoyed our first few salsa sessions with Dennis and will continue to in order to grow our skills. We are hooked! Dennis PaSamba is highly recommended.
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Depending on what you want your first dance to look like, you might need more lessons than you might imagine, or you might only need a couple. Having to do dance lesson early gives you time to improve, work on  your mistake and make it amazing.

Dance Style Your Learn: 
Ballroom Swing Tango Waltz Foxtrot Rumba Salsa Mambo Bachata Kizomba Zouk Hustle Steppin Cha-cha.
*If the style of dance is not listed please give me call. If I can’t do the job i will recommend someone as awesome as me. 

Free Wedding Dance Consultations

Dennis PaSamba's services start with a free consultation. Here, you can discuss your ideas and any dance experience you might have. Dance lessons are built around your skill level, style, and schedule, ensuring you're happy and confident every step of the way.
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Other ideas will help you with your event

- Wedding First Dance - Surprise Wedding Dance - Classic Style Dance - Bridal Party Group Dance - Father – Daughter Dance - Mother – Son Dance - Wedding Party Dance - Grand Entrance

I Will Help You Every Step Of The Way

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important things you should know

Questions And Answers

If the floor is large, will you be able to use it all, or will you be dancing in a 3-foot space? If it is small, will you be able to navigate your big dance within the tight confines of the floor (consider tables, chairs, pillars, etc.)? Is the floor tile, concrete, hardwood, grass or stone? This, along with the shoes you are wearing can greatly affect dancing gracefully on the surface.

 Research various dance styles, and look at their personality and themes of the dance. What style of dance best describes you and your partner? If you have a particular song you are dancing to, does your dance go with the beat and tempo of the song?

  1. Too tight of a jacket will make raising his arm up for turns difficult or tear the jacket, while too big a jacket will bunch up and he will look like he is wearing football shoulder pads. Perhaps dancing in a vest would work best?

Ideally a wedding dance should be between 1:30 and 3:00 minutes long. It is difficult to keep the attention of audiences these days, and some songs just go on and on with repeating chorus’ and long drawn out solos. It is better to leave the audience wanting more than wondering when it will finally end.

 

The first dance should include an announcement of who is dancing, as well as a planned entrance on and off the dance floor. Will we bow, curtsy, or dip?

A band, live singer, DJ, or music played through a stereo system? Will the music be cut, will it fade out, who will start and stop the music?

Do you want others to start dancing? Will others be invited onto the floor to dance and celebrate? Having others in attendance who can dance a little is a good way to keep the party going. A good way to insure others dance is to have a “Wedding Party Dance Lesson.” It can be taught the night or day before at the wedding rehearsal, or the wedding dinner, or breakfast. It’s a great mingling activity to get the families together interacting and having fun.

A “Snowball” is a great way to get the guests out on the dance floor. In a “Snowball,” The bride and groom each separate and select a partner (perhaps the best man and maid of honor?), they then dance a few bars, separate and each take another guest as a partner to dance with and again dance for a few bars, separate and grab another guest, and so on, until all are out on the dance floor!