A wedding isn’t just a union of two souls. It also happens to be the perfect excuse for anyone to practice their dancing skills. With the exception of a night-club, a wedding is literally the only place you can burst a move without people moving slowly away from you and wondering what insane asylum you escaped from.
Getting wedding guests to throw caution to the wind might sound like a daunting task but it happens to be one of those easy and natural things to accomplish, especially when you have accomplished entertainers like Ninga Melodies gracing your occasion. They offer some basic tips to get even those grumpy-looking wedding attendants on the dance floor.
Music is Key
This is as obvious as it can get. Choose a playlist whose beats and rhythm entice you to nod your head in excitement or want to sway your hips. Read the mood of the crowd and ensure that the music you decide to play next corresponds to the one that elicits the greatest response. Remember to communicate your preference to your DJ.
Live Performing Acts
Getting a live performance on your big day has become quite affordable. There are numerous entertainment acts today that can add that much needed spark and get your guests all giddy. Whether it’s a music band, acapella or choral group or even an acrobatic team, ensure that you are familiar with their work or they come recommended from somebody who has experienced them first hand.
Incorporate an MC
You can’t go wrong with an MC that knows how to work a crowd. Whether it’s a professional or a lively person known to you, an MC can be the difference between a memorable or yawn-inducing wedding. He who holds the mic sets the mood. His style can have people following his lead to the dance floor. He can come up with his own innovative ways to get them to leave their seats, whether it’s by a direct request or starting an impromptu dancing competition.