Choreographer

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There is a big chance to dance at the entry of the bride and the groom on the wedding day. When the mehendi night is clubbed with the sangeet night, it is all about dancing and singing. If you are really excited about dancing, you should hire a choreographer for wedding dance with Majestic event management udaipur, of course, if you don’t already have a relative or friend who is a dancer and has the skills to pull off a wedding dance.Setting dance choreography can be a daunting task. Whether you are a new or seasoned choreographer, you may find yourself at a creative block during some part of the process. These are perfect opportunities to be daring and think outside of the box!Use whatever challenge you are facing to create something new.

Choreographing is a work of passion and expression that can be rewarding despite difficulties that may arise. Often times when people think of dance, they may imagine traditional ballet and jazz dance. In these more traditional forms, the choreography may follow the music exactly and use a structure such as ABA – theme, variation on the theme, and repetition of the theme.

However, if you are choreographing in these genres or another one altogether, breaking this mold can provide satisfying results. 

The elements of dance include shape, space, time, and energy. These are important to consider when creating movement for your piece. Different use of these elements can produce varying results when choreographing. Be conscious and aware of how you use them – they can open up doors and also cause our creative process to come to a standstill. Use them wisely!

In the old days, getting married was simple: set the date, book the venue, get the dress and invite the guests.  Nowadays however, the latest craze to sweep across the ocean is Surprise Wedding Dances. The days of the ‘Siege of Ennis’ being the only group dance performed at Irish Weddings are well gone. 

In recent years choreographed and scripted wedding dances and routines are becoming as popular here as in indian .With everyone accessing the internet for ideas, wedding dances have never been easier.  Millions of wedding videos have been uploaded and sent around the globe through shared and forwarded emails.

we are flooded with surprise wedding dances ranging from; entire wedding parties performing “Thriller” to brides and grooms romantically dancing to some love song and then suddenly breaking into Uptown Funk. A surprise choreographed first dance can make your wedding very memorable indeed!  Couples starting off with a slow romantic song, lulling guests into the idea its a standard first dance then suddenly breaking into a dance routine using songs that completely clash may add to the fun factor of the day but it may also add to the stress factor.

Whatever dance combination you decide on follow the tips below to ensure you have fun doing it and your  guests will enjoy and remember forever for all the right reasons.

Over the years we have seen some pretty awesome dance moves. Brides surprising grooms, grooms surprising brides, entire bridal parties breaking it down, etc. These are surprising and entertaining moments that you will always have and can relive over and over with friends & family. We scoured the Internet to find the funniest, coolest, and well choreographed wedding videos for your enjoyment and to get a little inspiration for your own wedding.

 

                                                                                                 we compiled a list of unique first dance wedding:-

 

Plan:- Begin your dance three to six months in advance. Performing a choreographed wedding dance is a new skill, so take more time for this process so that you can build your confidence. Beginning early ensures that you will have time to feel comfortable with your steps and be worry free for your big day. If you only have three months or less, we can work out a dance that will put you at ease and make you look great! Contact Us.

Song:- Before anything else, you need to choose your song. Pick music that makes you feel great and expresses the feelings you want to convey. Double check the lyrics to make sure they give the right, wedding-appropriate message. You can be as creative as you like with your song choice, but remember that a song with a clear, steady beat will make dancing together much easier.

Length:- A wedding dance should be approximately two to three minutes in length. Guests will lose their attention if it is longer. Plus, you will know your steps better and look more confident. An outstanding short dance is much better than an average long dance.

Timing:- There’s no right or wrong point in the reception to schedule your first dance. Maybe you want to save the best dance for last? It’s a good idea to think carefully about when the choreographed dance best fits into your wedding, rather than adding it as an afterthought. Make sure that there is an announcement just before the dance so that guests won’t miss it.

Practice:- Start practicing in the shoes you will be wearing on your wedding day. Wear your underskirt if you have one, because it will feel different to move in for both the bride and the groom. Getting used to moving in your wedding attire will make you more confident.

DJ/Band:-The DJ or Band will need to know how you will enter and exit your dance so they can cue the music accordingly. It is useful to show video of your dance to the DJ or Band because they will see how you begin and end your dance. You also want to make sure that your song is coordinated properly in advance of the wedding day to make sure your music has the right timing and edits. We can help with that!

Document:- Don’t forget to let your photographer and videographer know you had your dance choreographed so that they can catch all the important moments in your dance. They might be used to couples swaying in one place on the dance floor. We will choreograph lifts, turns, and dips that will look great in photographs.

Final Thoughts:- Your guests will be impressed by the extra effort you make. Don’t overthink it. Bring love and joy into your dance and remember to enjoy the ride!

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