4 Alternatives Wedding Dances You Should Incorporate at Your Wedding
We've come a long way from the days when the Father-daughter dance was one of the most commonly scheduled wedding dances beloved by many. It is still requested for regularly, but it may not work for everyone. These days, families come in all shapes and sizes, so we've come up with some fresh takes on dancing that you can tailor to suit you and your family on your wedding day.
The Generation Dance
This is one of the dances that you can choose to pay tribute to marriage through the years at your reception. The way it works is simple; our DJ will invite all the couples to the dance floor. After some time, our DJ will ask all the couples married for less than a year to exit the dance floor. This will continue through five years, ten years, and so on until only one pair is left on the dance floor. It's a great way to pay tribute to lasting love and a fitting way to kick off your new marriage.
The Mother-Daughter Dance
Show your mom just how much you adore her by saving her a dance. You can choose a song special to you both for our DJs to play, or if you are looking for a recommendation, why not try Taylor Swift's The Best Day?
The Besties Dance
There is no one like your best friend, and you should celebrate your friendship with a dance on your wedding day. Pick a song you both like and go for a spin on the dance floor. You are sure to elicit smiles.
The Family Dance
Group dances are always more fun, so why not include a family dance on your wedding day? You can practice smooth moves before that day, and you should also choose a song that is easy to dance to. As the bride or groom, you may also choose a family member you want to honor and specifically ask them to bust a couple of moves with you at your reception.
Whichever of these options you choose to go for at your wedding, our DJs at Sweet Sounds of Music are experienced and can handle every part of your wedding entertainment. We are an award-winning wedding and entertainment company located in Milwaukee. You can call us at 414-315-8747, and leave us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.