Post # 1
I have been to lots of weddings and half of them everyone was dancing and half of them were the sad 3 people on the dance floor begging people to join. I can’t for the life of me figure out what the difference is between the weddings same music same age group and type of people… I know it has a lot to do with the music but I just don’t get it. I really want a big dance party at my wedding! I want people to leave and say “that was so much fun!” how do I ensure that people will dance?
Post # 3
Are your friends dancers? Are you and hubby dancers?
I think if you and your girls are out boogying on the dance floor others will join. If your hubby is out there too even better!
Encourage your DJ to play really inclusive songs first that will appeal to all ages – the beatles, MJ etc.
I actually haven’t been to a wedding that wasn’t a big dance party but that could have to do with my GFs – we all love to dance and will dance alone on an empty dance floor if we have too.
I am sure you will have a rockin’ party.
Post # 4
Make sure the DJ plays music your guests will dance to! We told out DJ our guests were into country but she said she was the expert here and there was hardly any country music played which led to a bare dance floor.
Post # 5
Same music, same age groups…you ask the difference? Sounds like thats the difference between a cash and open bar. LOL
(sorry, I’m feeling funny today)
My FI’s Bridesmaid or Best Man is a dancin’ machine. His job is to get everyone on the floor, and I know he will succeed. If you’ve got a wild dancer attending, give them that job. 🙂
Post # 6
@ mudratdetector you may have hit it on the head… The one with a lot of dancing was serving liquor and the others were just beer and wine! Oh no were are only having beer and wine! Were doomed haha!