Sugar Swing can liven up your wedding reception with explosive performances, ice-breaking lessons, and hosted songs to involve the crowd. Better yet, we can teach the bride and groom how to swing dance so they can do their own show for the first dance!
We can customize your wedding needs to include all the above, or just a couple things. Please call for a quote. Our prices are reasonable, and as the more services you require, the greater the savings. Here are some ideas to get you started:
- Take a few private lessons ahead of time so you can learn how to dance for your own wedding.
- Have a pre-wedding group swing dance lesson with your wedding party – help them dance and meet each other.
- Follow up the banquet or speeches with a swing dance demonstration, a half-hour lesson, and 3-4 hosted songs.
Basic equipment use (amps, speakers, music players) and demo/lesson music is included in our services at request. Contact Birkley at 780-604-7572 or email@example.com for rates and to book.
Wedding Private Lessons
Swing is fun, exciting, and entertaining. Why not learn a few moves for your first dance, or even the dance afterwards? Our class instructors have worked with many couples to prep them for their big day.
Scheduling: Whatever works for your schedule and our schedule – just propose us some dates and times, and we’ll go from there!
1 or 2 instructors: It’s ok to stick with 1 instructor for all the sessions, but it is a good idea to have the other instructor come in for 1-2 lessons. Different perspectives and visual demonstration is helpful!
Fees: Paid per one-hour lesson directly to your instructor. Please contact us for pricing.
Social First Dance: As instructors, we recommend this route as it puts less pressure on the couple and the lead to memorize the sequence of moves! It usually takes couples 4-5 lessons and a bit of practice for them to feel comfortable performing for a wedding dance.
Choreographed First Dance: Choreography is not recommended; dancing is a craft and art that takes much practice and technique in order to do even a simple choreography. It’s also kind of stressful to remember a choreo on top of everything else that’s going in your big day. However, we can work with ‘hits’, ie, time a splashy move to a certain part of the music.