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When you run down through your list of vendors and items that you need for your wedding, what strikes you as something that you can't live without? We realize that most brides will say their gown. The groom might say the caterer or the live wedding band. But there is an item that you might not have even put on your list that we feel should be a necessity unless you like looking like an idiot in front of all of your family and friends. That item that we speak of is a dance instructor. Have you forgotten that you and your fiance are going to be out there on the dance floor all alone for your first dance? Do you feel confident that you will make a good showing or have you been trying to block it from your mind. Most people fall into the later category and for that reason we strongly urge you to start seeking out quality dance instructors in the Boise area. Our guide below will help you with your search and your ultimate final decision on who is the best instructor to make you and your fiance look as smooth as possible on your big day.
Coming up with top notch instructors to take a look at will not be quite as problematic as you might think. Today, we have a source of information called the world wide web that should provide a number of quality candidates for you to take a look at. Do a Google search for “dance lessons in the Boise area.” Start looking at the websites that this search brings back and when you see any that look good to you, write down their name and contact information. Start talking to your family, friends and coworkers to see if any of them has ever taken dance lessons before. If they had an instructor that made a difference in their skill level, get the name. Also, ask your wedding vendors that you have already hired and see if they have any recommendations. Pay a visit to each dance studio on your list and strike up a conversation about what they might be able to do for you.
Start the conversation by talking about how much time you and your fiance would need to look at least passable for your first dance. Try to convey your skill level and ask them if it is a good idea if they evaluate your ability before you even begin. Depending on the length of time the instructor tells you it will take to learn how to be competent and how far your wedding is in the future, ask if you should increase the number of lessons you take per week. How much should you practice? Do you need to have your song picked out or will they help you with that? If you have your song picked out, should you bring it to each lesson? Remember to be patient with yourself during this process. What should you wear to each lesson in terms of clothes? What kind of shoes should you have on? Is it better if you have group lessons or private? How much will the lessons cost? Do they have any package deals? When one candidate emerges as your favorite, get a written contract from them and check it out in detail. If everything looks alright, it is time to have fun learning and look great when you get out there on your wedding day.