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3 beautiful and dreamy wedding dances

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As i spend too much time on youtube looking for dances videos, i had a period looking for « first dances videos ». After a brave search in my awefully difficult quest of finding beautiful wedding dances, here is an example of 3 dances i find especially sweet and beautiful.

I still try to figure why on earth we force non dancing people getting married to put on a dancing show for their wedding. And because of time, fear and money, many people just learn a bit of a routine (which is perfectly fine in itself), trying to impress the crowd instead of having fun with each other. From a dancing perspective, i saw many people with poor skills, struggling desperately to impress their guests. I will not put them here, because i found as well many people enjoying themselves and i want to put them in light as an example of “normal people” dancing.

Is it too much ? Shhhh that's the face of love
Is it too much ? Shhhh that’s the face of love

What is (for me) a beautiful wedding dance

So to my opinion, a good wedding dance for me, has to be fun, entertaining and full of love. That’s it. No lifts, no dips, no aerials like in Dirty Dancing. Just simple, classy, with your loved one.

Anonymous tango

First, an anonymous tango. Definitely regular tango dancers, at least some years of practice to improvise and have fun. It’s sweet, smooth, classy and beautiful.

Blues Dancing with Justin & Renee

The choice of the music is perfect, “Dream a Little Dream” by the Mama’s & the Papa’s. The dance is smooth and cute, very romantic. For sure they are experimented dancers, but i think Blues Dancing is an excellent choice because it’s quite an easy dance and even non dancers can have a similar result quite fast (comparing to tango or other dances).

Funny soul train in Italy

Soul train is not the most romantic type of animation, but for sure it is a funny one. From the famous 70’s american TV show comes a great idea : to put the bride, groom and guests in line and everyone has to give his best move. It is a great solution for non dancers, who don’t have a lot of time to practice in advance.