Shall We Dance? Open the dance with “your” song, then make a party!

The first dance. Those few sweet moments when you and your groom are dripping in freshly wed bliss, intimately swaying to your most beloved song… in front of a room full of people. If the thought of this alone is enough to make your shy groom’s palms sweat, don’t panic. You have to pick and choose the songs that will be the soundtrack to the first dance because a man is definitely not a good dancer.
Open the dance with your song is romantic and helps to dissolve the embarrassment, then continuing with the rhythms simple and easy where you can also entertain your guests, avoid the choreography and dancing at that befit a little at weddings, a insommaè feast day and you have to feel free every person who shares this moment with you.
Traditionally, dancing would not start until after the cake is served. But today’s brides and grooms want to have more lively and fun wedding receptions. I know they’re kicking off the dancing shortly after the main course is served. In fact, at one of the more fun wedding receptions I’ve ever been to, the dancing started as soon as the bride and groom were Announced.
The fun doesn’t stop once the wedding reception’s over. Most couples keep the good times rolling with a more casual after party. And whether you’re not keen on downing shots into the wee hours of the morning or are confused as to who pays the bill, our etiquette experts are here to answer your most puzzling after-party questions, so who pays the bill?

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From detachable tulle overskirts to romantic off-the-shoulder necklines, check out these emerging trends from the Spring 2015 bridal runways. The Spring 2015 Bridal Runways are just wrapping up, and every season we get to witness what’s on the cutting-edge of … Continua a leggere