Wedding dance mash up to wow your guests
Be like Joel & Angie, they wanted to do something fun & suprise their guest while being more edgy with their wedding dance. They had quite a few songs. They couldn’t decide so we agreed on a wedding dance mash up.
- 1st thing does your partner want to dance to a 5 minutes song?
having a partner not wanting to dance will damper your experience even though we make it fun and easy.
- Do you have the songs you want to mash up?
Get your dj to mix songs or we could do it for you at an added service.
- Do you have the time?
It takes our choreographers 15 hours to choreograph, break down the moves to your desired songs and teach it to you both.
It is always a priority for us to ensure our wedding couples look natural and feel confidence on the dance floor wowing their guest on the wedding day!!
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Usually, we recommend couples to have 1.5 to 2 minutes (16 lessons) simple elegant nice shapes choreography to keep it short & sweet due to:
- Partner getting dragged like a helpless little puppy to come and have dance lessons.
- The last time you were at a wedding event. How long did it take you before someone started talking to you?
- Or you picked up your drink due to couple doing repetitive moves you know the standard same ol same ol’?
Our recommendation to do a wedding dance is the sweet spot plus once covid goes away and your bridal party join you on the dance floor. You will both look like dance gods in comparison to them.
For a wedding dance mashup, we recommend 19 hours of lessons, starting from 3 months and ideally 6 to 12 months before the wedding date. Leaving it to the last minute add unneccesary stress and time constraints to allow wedding couples to have the confidence and groove on the dance floor on their wedding day.
Bridal Couple Angie & Joel
Joel & Angie came in on the 9th January 2018 from interstates and had less than 1 month for their wedding dance lessons. They came in for their 1st free trial dance lesson with a 8 minute mash up of the following songs (which later got cut down to less than 5 minutes) :
- Thinking Out Loud – Ed Sheeran
- Thriller – Michael Jackson
- Grease Lightning
- Gangnam Style – PSY
- YMCA – village people
- Oops I did it again – Britney Spears
Normally with the time limit:
We would have my doubts whether this can be achieved. However, after the first lesson, I saw how quickly this couple was picking things up and importantly they brought along with them the right attitude, energy and determination. I could see that they wanted to make it happen!!
“After the Initial trial, we booked in as many lessons as we possibly could on the same night.”
Breakdown of thier Wedding Dance & Mash up Dance schedule
1st week – 3 lessons a day x 3 Days = 9 Lessons
2nd Week – Work commitments conflicts. 2 Days of Wedding dance boot camp. consiting of 5 lesson each day = 10 Lessons
3rd Week – Clean Up, Make things look natural + add bells and whistles 3 Days x 2 Lessons a day = 6
4th Week – 2 Days x 1 Lesson to feel confident repetition minior tweaks
A”Boot Camp” of wedding dance lessons is having a high number of lessons in a very in the same day! In the end they were able to achieve a beautiful fun first wedding dance choreography + a mash up dance in 26 wedding dance lessons (i.e., 19.5 hours of lessons).
Success Story for the wedding couple
However this was for sure, not done without sweat and tears. As many lessons were crammed in a short period of time, the “boot camp” number of lessons means that in between work and dancing, they even had to practise in the “parking lot”!! at the site they were working 🙂
It comes to show when you want something so bad you can make it happen 🙂
They brought into each lesson a phenomenal energy, positive attitude and fun that light up the studio each time they were present 🙂
Adelaide Wedding Dance with Joel & Angie worked together to make it happen!! We are proud of Joel’s & Angie’s effort and achievement and was so happy to be part of it.
Please check out Joel & Angie Wedding Dance Routine and what they had to share about their experience.
Mash up is a beautiful way to have the best of both worlds – “Keep it traditional, then embrace the modern era”. Just how Joel & Angie shared in the video, give yourself more time! Give yourself time to build your Ultimate Dream Wedding Dance.