You know how the song goes: “Don’t just stand there, bust a move!” However, at some weddings, this is easier said than done. Some people are too shy to get out there and cut a rug, and others are deterred by less-than-ideal music. Read on for a few tips on how to get people on the dance floor at your wedding reception.
Size matters when it comes to dance floors
Many couples worry their dance floor is too small, but a too-large dance floor can be even worse. If the dance floor is too big, it will look empty no matter how many people are out there, and your guests will be too self-conscious to get out there.
Leave the music to the pros
Many cost-conscious couples are choosing to let their iPods do the work, but there’s a reason why bands and DJs are among the most popular wedding vendors. A good pro can read the mood of the room and play songs the crowd will love—and dance to.
Make sure to mix things up
You may love EDM (or country, or swing) and can dance to it all night, but do your guests feel the same way? Choose a mix of musical styles designed to appeal to the crowd—‘80s, hip-hop, jazz, oldies and yes, maybe an EDM track or two.
Everyone loves dancing outdoors on a warm evening, and Action Tents is here to help you make that happen with our dance floor rentals. We also offer affordable frame and pole tent rentals, as well as tables and chairs to make your outdoor wedding a success! Call us at 931-359-0024 today for a quote!