Short answer is No! Of course not!! It’s YOUR day, but here are some things you and your future spouse might like to ponder…
1. Do you really like it?
Do you and your other half actually like dancing in front of other people? If not don’t STRESS! Why not have a ‘bridal party’ dance so there are loads of people dancing with you.
2. We don’t really have a special song
You’d be surprised how long it takes some of our couples to decide on a song. In the end some choose to just cut the cake and let loose as a group, trusting the band with a song that will get people grooving.
3. Just not us
Again – this day is about YOU. Don’t do anything just because ‘it’s tradition’ – especially if it’s not who you are as a couple. Perhaps instead why not ask the kids attending to prepare a dance – they’re sure to love it!
First dances are often one of those ‘must capture’ moments by photographers and are something really special to look back on. Is this something you might want to show the grandkids.
2. Learn to Dance
‘First Dance’ classes are becoming an increasingly popular way for couples to spend time together in the madness before the big day. Why not get some professional tips.
3. Get the Party Started!
From a practical point of view – the first dance is invaluable in getting people to the dance floor. It’s a great way to get people in the dancing mood to celebrate your big day!
1. Amazing Sound
The harp is surprisingly versatile, with a big warm sound. Harpists don’t just do classical either, they also sound mellifluous playing popular tunes.
2. Class & Style Nothing quite beats the look of the harp and harpists bring an effortless spark of elegance to any event. Whether playing musical magic at a party or strumming you down the aisle, there is nothing to rival the class and style the harp brings.
As you’re hiring just one person, harpists are affordable. With a smaller expense then a full band you still get a great live energy and passion.