Wedding Choreography: Rock That First Dance!

You’ve probably seen the clips on YouTube or maybe that episode of The Office when Jim and Pam got married, or maybe you have witnessed it yourself: some people have taken to choreographing some sweet dance moves for their wedding day. Whether it is a dance move filled romp down the aisle, a bride and groom surprise for the guests or a special bride and father moment on the dance floor, a little choreography and consultation go a long way. Some folks choose to get some lessons and practice so they don’t feel self-conscious while others take on something challenging to really be the life of the party and take it to the next level.

If you’re in the Tri-Cities and planning your nuptials for this spring or summer, you may want to talk to Lindsay Wilson at Coastal Edge Dance Centre after you book the venue and before you book the DJ. Lindsay is the Principal and Director at Coastal Edge. She provides instruction to kids of all ages in ballet, jazz and lyrical jazz, tap, hip hop, acro, and musical theatre. She also provides wedding choreography for brides and grooms wishing to add something unforgettable to their wedding reception. You can choose to include the whole bridal party or keep it small and secret with only those involved ‘in the know’.

Whatever dance option you choose, Lindsay can advise you and help you with some fun and entertaining choreography to your favourite music or you can opt to go for a custom ‘cut and splice’ edited music mix that is truly one-of-a-kind. Usually Lindsay chooses to meet with the couple to start the planning and get a feel for what they are after on the big day, discussing dance and musical styles and who will be involved. Will it be serious and stately or wild and crazy? Either way it is sure to be a wonderful surprise for your guests and a fun project for you and your significant other as you get ready for the wedding.

To book a consultation, contact Lindsay Wilson at Coastal Edge Dance Centre.

Coastal Edge Dance Centre

Unit #108-1525 Broadway Street, Port Coquitlam

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  1. Brian Souter says:

    Hello Lindsay,

    My fiancée Susy and I are getting married Sept. 6th and are looking to learn a few simple moves for our first dance. Nothing too flashy,
    Simple and classy. The song we have chosen is ‘I’m Yours’ by Jason Mraz.
    Our schedule is somewhat flexible and we are right around the corner from the studio on Citadel Drive.
    Could you let us know your fees and availability please.
    Thank you very much,
    Brian Souter