Group dances are fun and full of energy – but, by now, pretty much everyone’s tired by bridesmaids’ flashmobs and the Penguin Dance. How to incorporate unique group dances into your big day? We have some tips for you – so read on and find out more.
• Groomsmen’s dance. Bridesmaids seem to be taking center stage when it comes to dances, but that doesn’t mean groomsmen cannot actually pull off a really fun group dance. This would be a wonderful way to surprise the bride and add a bit of originality to the big day.
• Ethnic dance. Does either one of you come from a different ethnic or national background? Honor each other’s ancestry by organizing a traditional group dance (similar to a Jewish hora, for example). Not only will this energize everyone at the wedding, but it will be a wonderful opportunity show off how proud you are of your ancestry and how you plan on building your marriage from hereon.
• Wedding entrance dance. Want to make a really unforgettable entrance at your wedding? Play your favorite song and enter as if this is your show! Don’t forget to include your wedding party in this too – it will add up to the energy levels and make the dance feel like a really entertaining piece. Also, if you feel you need something even more unconventional, make this your wedding processional song – it will be a genuinely memorable way to walk down the aisle, so your guests will absolutely love it.
Looking for a DJ who knows how to “read” your crowd and play the music that makes them dance all night long? Memory Maker DJs is what you need if your Big Day takes place in Troy, Michigan. Contact us right away and allow us to be part of your wedding – you will not regret our services.
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