Lifts. Spins. Twirls. Dips. Learning how to dance for your wedding has never been more fun.

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CHAMPAGNE & CAVIAR – $660

Recommended for couples who want to master a routine or feel confident leading and following to their chosen first dance song. Or, use a couple lessons for father/daughter or mother/son practice. Best value.

  • 8 private 60-minute dance lessons

  • Custom first dance choreography to chosen music

  • Video and notes to practice at home in between lessons

 

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wine & cheese - $450

 

Recommended for couples who would like to learn a simple routine and who start lessons with two to three months remaining before their wedding.

  • 5 private 60-minute dance lessons

  • Custom first dance choreography to chosen music

  • Video and notes to practice at home in between lessons

 

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Coffee & dessert - $200

Recommended for couples who start lessons with a month remaining before their wedding. Lessons focus less on choreography and more on steps and techniques that will help you move more easily to the music.

  • 2 private 60-minute dance lessons

  • Video and notes to practice at home in between lessons


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Custom Packages & Other Services

No matter your vision, I am happy to work with you to create a custom package that meets your first dance needs. Contact Alex to learn more about custom packages and other services including:

  • First dance song editing for mashups or surprise dances (additional fee)

  • Friday and Saturday lessons (additional $15 fee per lesson)

  • Partner dance instruction before or after the wedding

  • Gift certificates



group workshops

I occasionally offer two-hour group workshops during peak wedding season that focus on the basics you would learn with the Coffee & Dessert package, but in a group setting. Workshops include:

  • 1 two-hour group session held at an off-site dance studio on a Saturday or Sunday

  • A short cell-phone video of me and my husband dancing the steps to your song so you can practice the correct timing at home

  • Camaraderie with other wedding couples


All that is important is this one moment in movement. Make the moment important, vital and worth living. Do not let it slip away unnoticed and unused.”
— Martha Graham