May I Have This Dance?

  From the Desk of Clearissa’s Command Center via My Soulful Life 

Have you seen any of those awesome YouTube videos of couples doing those fancy dance moves at their weddings? There are videos of the first father-daughter dance, son-mother dance and of course fantastic first dance of the bride and groom.

There are all sorts of themes now-a-days. Everything from group dances to thriller, daughter and daddy breaking it down to something by New Edition or The Temptations and mothers and sons tearing the roof off to the sounds of MC Hammer’s Hammer time. What in the world ever happened to the gentle, yet beautiful wedding waltz? I don’t know about anyone else but I think these new wedding dances are fun.

I have often wondered who is responsible for the choreography for these elaborate and fine tuned dances. I wondered until I stumbled upon first dance lessons from John Cassese. Then it hit me. Of course these dancing duos have actually worked with a professional dancer to make their special day even more special.

So, we’ve discovered yet another box to add to the wedding planning to do list…take dance lessons. Lucky for you, if you’re considering marriage and would like to impress your wedding guests with a dance that will leave your guests talking for years to come, I’ve done some of the leg-work for you. It’s just one more layer of awww to add to an already special day.

The first dance has always been an important part of the wedding fun and sentimentality, but now you and that special someone can look like a member of the Dancing With The Stars Cast on your special day because we have found a way to help you raise the first dance bar.

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