Your accommodating reception space for your wedding should offer the space you need to plan an event that truly suits your needs. As you spend time thinking about seating arrangements, and decorations, you should put some thought into your dance floor. After all, this is the space where you and your partner will share your first dance. It also gives your guests room to cut loose and make the most of their night celebrating your love. The size of this space can depend on your guest size, and the number of people you expect to take advantage. One key to a successful dance floor is obvious, but important – you need the right music! The right DJ or band can play fun tunes, and pay attention to the energy of the room, so that they know when to speed things up, or give everyone a moment to breathe.
Preparing For Your First Dance
Should you plan to do something elaborate during your first dance, or are you better off keeping things simple? As tempting as it might be to wow everyone in attendance with something choreographed, the moment in and of itself will be sweet enough to win over your crowd. Think about what makes you feel comfortable, and what you have time to practice. Remember that your first dance is about you and your partner, too.
The Right Music Can Keep People On The Dance Floor
With so many music streaming services available, it can be tempting to save a little money and create a playlist for your wedding. The downside to this is that you can struggle to make adjustments when they might be needed. A DJ or live band can pay attention to what is happening with your guests, and take active measures to keep up the energy during your reception!
Texas Old Town Can Help You And Your Guests Have A Great Time At Your Wedding!
You can enjoy a wonderful wedding celebration when you have Texas Old Town host your special day! Our Austin area venue can be the ideal setting for your wedding, and we welcome people looking to host a special event or corporate event. To schedule a tour of our event venue in Kyle, TX, call our office today at 512-396-1800 or complete our online contact form.