Published at Monday, September 30th, 2019 - 18:48:12 PM. Wedding. By Margeaux Chauvin.
One of the special moments of the reception is the bride and groom s first dance. Having your first dance immediately following the grand entrance is a great way to start the party with a flourish. As you are introduced, all of your guests are seated and more focused on the two of you than at any other time during the reception. Entering the room and going directly to the center of the dance floor for your first dance is sure to create what we call the wow factor. Delaying your first dance until after dinner or after you visit each table of guests will deflate the energy of your reception.
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