Wedding Dance Lessons
Where to start?
Great question! Our first suggestion is to give us a call and book your FREE private lesson. During your free lesson, your instructor can help pick out a song. If you have some song ideas…event better! They will help chose a dance style that fits your song, tastes and dance floor size.Then you’ll be able to dance for 30 minutes. Finally, you can make an educated choice about the best path for your wedding dance. Don’t worry… It will be easier than you think!
Wedding lesson packages
After years of helping brides and grooms, we have created 3 great options to help you with your first dance. Of course we offer customizable options as well, but these 3 great options will help get you an idea of whats needed to create the wedding dance of your dreams!
Wedding Dance Classic
10 Private Lessons: $599 – Show your friends and family that you’ve got moves! This is the package that will give you an eye catching entrance, some interesting moves and a fantastic finish that will wow everyone and make you YouTube famous!
Wedding Dance Express
5 Private Lessons: $299 – Entertain everyone beyond the basics! Learn a variety of dance steps as well as a simple entrance with a perfect, picture-worthy ending.
Wedding Dance Made Easy
3 Private Lessons: $199 – Don’t have a lot of time? Keep it simple. Learn an easy dance made specifically for you. From start to finish we’ve got you covered.
Tips for a successful wedding dance
Why do people love Dance Louisville?
I found Dance Louisville online when we decided that we wanted to do something special for our first dance at our wedding. We were pretty nervous, and we didn’t know what to expect. As soon as we entered the studio, we were greeted warmly. We had such a good time learning our first dance that we decided to do a second surprise dance, and both were a huge hit! Emily and the rest of the staff were always patient, welcoming and helpful. We’ve actually started taking lessons there because we had such a good time learning to dance! I would highly recommend Dance Louisville for anyone wanting to learn to dance!
Grayson SharpeReview from the Knot.com
I’ve been dancing at Dance Louisville for almost 1 year, and I’ve loved every minute of it. The instructors are so professional, friendly and welcoming, and I have never felt intimidated or afraid to ask questions.When I got engaged, I decided to do lessons with both my fiance Kevin and dad. Emily helped us put together 2 awesome dances! If you need a wedding dance hands down dance louisville is the place to go!
Allison RiggsGoogle Review
We did the 10 lesson pack after doing the trial lesson. We picked our first dance song and Kelly picked the style that went along with it and choreographed a dance for us. She was very flexible with scheduling lessons (both length and time/date) which was great. By the time we got to our wedding we remembered all of the steps and really impressed all of our guests. I HIGHLY recommend taking dance lessons because it’s a great way to have some fun with your fiancee during a stressful time. I used two of our lessons to practice for the father/daughter dance. My dad is mostly a hopeless case when it comes to dancing but managed to do alright with the tips he got.
Stephanie MReview from the Knot.com
My husband and I decided we needed to do at least something for our first dance. Jo Ann was very friendly on the phone and got us set up with our first lesson. Kelli was our instructor and she was fantastic. The dance came off with our a hitch. Everyone was impressed that we were able to put such a cool routine together in such a short time. I highly recommend Dance Louisville.
AllisonReview on the Knot.com
Choosing A Song
A great wedding dance starts with a song! Perhaps you have a song that is special to you as a couple but your not sure if you can dance to it. Maybe you need some help choosing the perfect song? Our instructors have helped hundreds of couple through the wedding dance process. Wherever you are in the wedding dance process, our instructors will be more than happy to assist you in finding a song and creating a dance routine that will be uniquely yours. Whether you want something simple or something worthy of YouTube fame, we are committed to making it possible!
Many songs have a beautiful beginning and ending, but you may not want to dance to the entire song. Even most professional performances are only about 2 minutes long. Let us edit your special song for the perfect beginning and end!
Free music editing good for one song only. If you want a more detailed edit with multiple songs we’ve got you covered for only $30.
Create A Unique Experience For Your Guests
Let us help create an unique experience for your guests! We are able to do special lessons for bachelorette parties, rehearsal dinners, and wedding receptions. There are some fun ways to entertain all who are participating in your big day! …at our studio or a location of your choice. Call us for a custom quote. If you can dream it, we can do it!
Looking for a ride on your big day? Contact our friends at Louisville Party Bus.
Most Elaborate Wedding Dance We’ve Ever Done!
Scott called us one day and explained his idea to take a traditional Frank Sinatra Foxtrot and turn it into a Michael Jackson medley of music, using several Michael Jackson tunes..
We helped suggest songs working along side Scott and his daughter Amanda. We edited the music, came up with a Foxtrot routine, then used several Michael Jackson tunes, staying authentic to the dance styles Michael used in each song.
A special few in the wedding party even joined in for the final song ‘Thriller’ The result was fantastic! No one had any idea what they had planned!
Not sure if you saw this photo, but it’s my absolute favorite from the day. It’s the one capturing Amanda jumping in the background at the exact moment of the big dip. It says it all for me. It was the point where I knew we had done it. Relief and exhilaration wrapped into one second in time. Once again, we all appreciate you working with us to make this the absolute hit of the evening. They are still talking about “the dance”.