We have found that traditional is usually far from the case, everyone has their own ideas on how they would like their wedding dance to look and feel.
At Dance Generation, we suggest that the best way to get started is for you to come in and try a free lesson with no obligation. This way, you get a feel for what it is like to learn to dance, while we have the opportunity to see how quickly you pick things up and can chat to you in more detail about your ideas. From here we will be able to give you some realistic options that fit your time and your budget.
Whether you have a definite idea or just know you need lessons, want something simple or are looking for a wow factor, our aim is to help you achieve your idea of what is "you and your dance".
Your Instructor will take a few minutes to find out about your dance experience, what ideas you have about your wedding dance, the look and end result you have in mind and the piece of music you have chosen. We are here to help you look the way you would like to for your first dance and like to take the time to get to know a little about you.
We will then take you through a few steps in the dances that best fit your song or songs, and make suggestions on how we can achieve what you have in mind.
Can I choose the song? Absolutely, bring in one or more songs and we will let you know what dances fit.
What if I want to include the Bridal Party? Your lessons, including the free lesson, can be just the bridal couple or include all or some of the bridal party, the choice is yours.
What do I wear? Something comfortable that allows you to move as you will be trying a few dance steps. For health and safety reason we ask that you wear shoes. A leather or synthetic sole is better than rubber soles, slip on choes are not recommended, something comfortable that stays on your foot is best.
You are in the City, can we find parking that does not cost a fortune? Sure, there is a lot of parking available in the adjacent streets and after 6pm you can park in our section of Gawler Place for free.
Any other questions? Just ask and we will do our best to find a solution!