Dance

When just-married couple break out their perfect jive, the first dance gets guests wailing

April 1st, 2021

The wedding guests at this particular wedding are brimming to witness the first dance of the newlyweds, now that they’re officially husband and wife.

This part being a wedding tradition, couples give their best regardless of their dancing skills. What they want to do is entertain the guests and make them enjoy the show.

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YouTube - Annette Kosin Source: YouTube - Annette Kosin

But, there is nothing to worry about if you’re not a good dancer since you can always spend hours practicing for the wedding dance. Of course, you do want to ensure that you make an excellent impression on your guests and gain the confidence necessary for the performance.

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Alvin Mahmudov on Unsplash Source: Alvin Mahmudov on Unsplash

The amount of time and effort that you put into your dance will help make it really memorable.

Suppose you don’t have a talent for dancing and choreography. In that case, it is ideal to hire a choreographer to make things easier for you and to be sure that you execute the right moves. Just make sure that you are determined to learn.

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YouTube - Annette Kosin Source: YouTube - Annette Kosin

Well, Mr. and Mrs. Andersen left their guests feeling surprised with their wedding jive.

From what you can see in the video, you can clearly tell the hard work they have exerted to come up with a fantastic presentation like it. They also have chosen the perfect music for their dance.

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YouTube - Annette Kosin Source: YouTube - Annette Kosin

As they stepped on the dance floor, the guests were too ready to see what the couple has in store for them. The groom rolled up his sleeves, showing the audience how serious and prepared they are. The bride made little moves in excitement as the song began playing. Considering the height of the heels she was wearing, she danced gracefully and was full of confidence.

Looking at how good they are in their moves, you may think that they are professional dancers.

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YouTube - Annette Kosin Source: YouTube - Annette Kosin

Thanks to their choreographers Steve and Susan McFarren, from the Ballroom Dance Team at the University of Michigan, who certainly did a great job helping the couple achieve a beautiful routine and put a splendid performance. The song “Little Bitty Pretty One” by Huey Lewis and the News was also a perfect choice.

It could make anybody’s feet groove with the music.

With so much determination, the Andersens didn’t disappoint their choreographers, the wedding party, and especially themselves.

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YouTube - Annette Kosin Source: YouTube - Annette Kosin

In every beat of the song, they danced joyfully, and you can tell that they were enjoying every bit of that moment. The rhythm made them exert so much energy and pushed them to give their best.

The groom lifted his wife as they end their dance which is romantic and funny at the same time.

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YouTube - Annette Kosin Source: YouTube - Annette Kosin

With the couple’s talent in dancing, they celebrated their wedding with that common interest they share, making the occasion quite a memorable one.

It is the dance that they will not forget for the rest of their lives.

Like with their dance, marriage can let you experience hardships and happiness and take you in several twists and spins. But so long as you have each other, you can care less about what life throws at you. For this couple, we can tell that they will have fun with each other as they continue to dance together.

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YouTube - Annette Kosin Source: YouTube - Annette Kosin

They’re perfect as a pair on the dance floor.

They are a match made in heaven as they dance and entertain their guests.

Take a look at the video of this couple’s wedding dance with over 4 million views, and you will be impressed by their performance.

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Source: Annette Kosin, Dance to Remember by Fred Astaire Dance Studios

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