We realize that planning a wedding can be a very stressful time and there are so many things coming at you at once that it is truly hard to know if you are coming or going. And we also know that because of all of the zaniness and craziness that can be happening all around you at times, it is hard to make sure some of the smaller details are taken care of. And one of those details that is usually overlooked is whether you and your fiance are competent dancers or not. Now, when you first started along this wedding path, dancing may not have been high on your priority list if it was listed at all. But now that you come to think of it, you would like to be able to dance your first dance without making complete fools out of yourselves. And the only way that that is going to happen is by taking dance lessons. So, if that has become a priority with you and your fiance, you need to start searching around the Cincinnati area for quality dance instructors. You even want to make sure that you interview the instructors that you are really interested in. Here is a guide to help you in your evaluation and ultimate hire.
So, first things first. You need to find some quality dance instructors in the Cincinnati area. Start talking to your family, friends and coworkers. See if any of them have ever had dance lessons and if they can speak highly of them. Talk to your wedding vendors that you have already booked. It would be surprising if they did not have a name or two to shuffle your way. And, of course, we can't forget about the world wide web. Just do a Google search for “dance lessons in the Cincinnati area.” You will have numerous vendors to check out here, find the ones that catch your eye and write them down. Now its time to visit some dance studios and conduct a few interviews.
Make sure that you start this process early enough for it to make a difference. It will take time to learn in order to be semi-competent. When you start your interviews, make sure that you ask how long the instructor thinks it will take to learn what you need to. IS it important that you have your song picked out right away or will they you with that? Can you learn specific choreography or will they just show you basic dance steps that will help you get by? What advice do they have for you and your fiance. We know it is important that you are patient with yourself and your fiance. You don't want this to be a chore, try and have fun with it. What type of shoes would they recommend? What should you wear? How many lessons to they think you should take? How much do they charge for their services? Do they offer any kind of package rate? When you finish talking to all of the instructors, sit down and do a side by side comparison. One candidate should emerge. And remember to consider their personality and whether they are easy to get along with. After all, it would be nice to enjoy the ride.↑ Back to the top ↑