The Pros & Cons of a Choreographed First Dance

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From choreographed first dances to surprise flash mobs, you might be feeling some pressure to “entertain” on your wedding day, but here’s a quick list of some pros & cons of hitting the dance studio to learn some sweet new moves for your big day!

PRO:
If being the center of attention is not your strong point, or you’re nervous about your two left feet, a choreographed first dance may help take some of the pressure off. After all, you should be focused on your new spouse, not on worry! Which leads us to….

CON:
It’s one more thing to remember. If for any reason, you forget the choreography, then you may feel nervous or frazzled, meaning your focus is elsewhere besides spending a loving moment with your new partner.

PRO:
Taking dance lessons before the ceremony can be such a fun way for you and your future hubby/wifey to bond! You can even make it a ritual — dance class date night, where afterward you enjoy a glass of wine at home, and practice some of the new things you learned that day!

CON:
Nearly every wedding has a budget, and you may decide you’d rather put that money elsewhere, which is fine too! It can get quite pricey.

PRO:
*FUN!* So many people who choreograph dances with their spouse say they had nothing but a blast doing so. If your wedding vibe is more laid back, then a fun musical number could definitely be the way to go!

So, let’s hear it! Are you planning to choreograph a fun or fancy number for your first dance as a married couple, or will you be kicking it old school? Let us know in the comments below!