Hot Wedding Trends 2013 -Wedding First Dance Trends
By Wedding First Dance Lessons - Hampton- London - Richmond | Wednesday, February 06, 2013, 15:49
2013 is putting on the glitz!
"It's a move towardssophistication," says Alyssa Brown of Alison Events in San Francisco, theplanners behind Seth Rogen's recent nuptials.
This year we are going to see a return to elegance.
2012 weddings reflected the world economy with a shabby chic, 'do it yourself' kind of attitude but
2013 brides will draw inspiration from old world glamour with cinematic and literary influences like The Great Gatsby, Anna Karenina, Downton Abbey, and A Royal Affair.
In 2013, couples will be putting an even bigger emphasis on fun!
"It's the iPod generation now: Brides have 5,000 songs on something the size of their thumb." say Rob Principe of Scratch Weddings, one of the country's top DJ.
This year couples will be dancing their Wedding First Dance to popular songs of Bruno Mars, Enrique Iglesias, even Elvis Presley says Izabela Rai, from WeddingFD - Wedding First Dance Choreographer to the stars.
Lots of current clients want to learn beautiful Rumba, Bossa Nova and Salsa moves. Foxtrot is trendy as well.
Some of my couple are going for the WOW Factor this year and want to learn the spectacular lift as well!
Here is a list of suggested songs for your "Rumba" wedding dance:
Could I Have This Kiss Forever - Enrique Iglesias
The Look Of Love -Diana Krall
No Matter What - BoyZone
Songbird - Eva Cassidy
Lady in Red - Chris DeBurgh
From This Moment On - Shania Twain
Love With My Eyes Closed - Michael Bolton
One Day Like This - Elbow
Groovy Kind Of Love - Phil Collins
Entertainment will get interactive, with couples hiring everything from live event artists, on-site poets and dance instructors to magicians & tarot card readers. To make the fun last even longer, the post-wedding after party where couples hire a bus or van to take guests to a local night club after the reception will be big for 2013. -[Christina, Intimate Weddings]
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