Wedding Dance Lessons by Ballroom Fit

Wedding dance lessons are a popular option for couples who want to prepare a memorable dance for your wedding reception.

The goal of wedding dance lessons is to have fun and create a loving experience to share with your family and guests. Whether you’re dancing a simple slow dance or an elaborate routine, the most important thing is the love and joy you share on your special day.

Ballroom Fit can provide dance lessons at various locations around the metro area. The lessons are $100 per hour if you come to us or for $150 per hour we can conduct the lesson at your home.

To book your wedding dance lesson and for further information email or call on 0439 460 487.

Here’s some information to help you get started with Ballroom Fit:

  1. Finding a Dance Style: Decide on the style of dance you’d like to learn for your wedding. Popular choices include Waltz, Rumba, Tango, Salsa, Jive, and even choreographed routines set to your favorite song. Choose a style that suits your personalities and the overall theme of your wedding.
  2. Setting a Schedule:

    Plan your lessons well in advance to give yourselves enough time to learn and practice. Depending on your experience and the complexity of the dance, you might need several weeks to a few months of practice.

  3. Attire and Footwear: Wear attire similar to what you’ll be wearing on your wedding day, especially shoes with a similar heel height. This helps you practice in the actual conditions you’ll face during the dance.
  4. Choosing Your Song: If you haven’t already chosen a song, decide on a piece that holds special meaning to you both. Share the song with your instructor so they can create a dance that suits the music.
  5. Customising Your Dance:
    1. Simple or Elaborate: Decide whether you want a simple routine or an elaborate choreography. This depends on your dance experience, the time you can dedicate to practice, and your comfort level.
    2. Personalized Elements: You can incorporate personalized elements, such as a surprise move or a dip, to make the dance uniquely yours.
  6. Practice: Consistent practice is key to mastering your dance routine. Set aside regular practice sessions leading up to the wedding.
  7. Recording: Record your lessons or practice sessions. Watching yourselves will help you identify areas that need improvement and track your progress.
  8. Enjoy the Process: Remember that the purpose of the dance is to celebrate your love and create a memorable moment. Don’t stress too much about perfection; enjoy the journey.