Is it Tacky to Plan a Choreographed Dance With Your Wedding Party?

Your First Dance is a truly emotional moment – and you will naturally want for it to be perfect from every single point of view. This is precisely why many brides and grooms choose to take dance lessons for this special part of their wedding, actually.


How tacky is it to plan a choreographed dance with your wedding, party though? We have gathered some of the best tips you should know about this – so read on if you want to find out more:

  • There is no definite answer to this. Some choreographed danced can look tacky if they are too long and if they are not properly prepared. However, if you have an original idea that involves a choreographed dance with your bridesmaids and groomsmen, you can definitely include it in your special reception moments.
  • Keep in mind that a choreographed dance will take a lot of your time if you want everything to be flawless. The last thing you want is a choreographed dance that turns into a disaster! Work hard, hire a specialist to teach you all some moves and you will be more than able to pull off a memorable moment.
  • Last, but not least, remember that you should make sure your dance floor is adequate for this kind of dances. Think things through, think of how many bridesmaids and groomsmen you have and think of a choreography that includes everyone without making them stumble upon each other. While a dance floor can most likely “accommodate” a lot more guests, a choreographed dance may need a bit more space – so take this into consideration as well.

Here at Black Horse Inn, we are proud of the fact that our marvelous venue can accommodate a wide range of wedding ideas. Come visit us, take a look around and see what we can offer! You will definitely be enchanted!




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