Knowing that every couple has their own dream and budget, we have several packages to choose from to make this a custom dance experience for everyone involved.
Couples that purchase “At Last” will receive 3, 55-minute private dance lessons with one of our instructors. The couple will be able to learn 1-4 patterns appropriate for their wedding song. This package is recommended for couples with a limited time schedule prior to their wedding date.
“Cheek to Cheek” is for the couple that desires a sentimental first dance. Those who purchase will have 5, 55-minute private dance lessons with an instructor. Couples will have a clear understanding of 1-5 patterns, a romantic beginning, and a “picture worthy” ending.
“Starry-Eyed”, our most popular package, is for the couple that wants to look glamorous and feel confident for their special first dance. You will be able to look into each other’s eyes and enjoy the feeling of sharing your first dance with the one you love. With the 10, 55-minute private lessons in this package, your instructor will be able to give your dancing a natural elegance with 4 or more patterns, as well as choreographing a stunning entrance and ending for your wedding dance.
“Enchantment” focuses on style and technique to produce a dazzling wedding dance for the adventurous couple. With the 15, 55-minute private lessons in this package, your instructor will have the opportunity to choreograph a breathtaking routine. Turns, dips, and fun patterns will be taught to give students confidence on the dance floor throughout their wedding night. “Enchantment” is for the couple who loves to connect and dreams of a more formal first dance. Video Example
Helping the soon-to-be-married make their first dance the most memorable.
Below is a video of a couple who completed their 15-lesson package
"The Dance Pavilion is responsible for the happiest moments of my life- I met the woman who would become my wife at the Dance Pavilion. I had no intentions of meeting someone while dancing; what initially brought me to the Dance Pavilion was to work on my footwork for soccer and boxing. But there was something about actually moving with another person, trusting them while you work together, and getting to understand one another that soon brought us together. It made me appreciate that while others were out there searching for one another ("Liking" one another's posts or other variations of "swiping right" on one another) I had rediscovered one of our oldest ways of finding one another, and it led me to who I was meant to be with. We met in Kiyana's group lessons for salsa. Each person who showed up danced with all of the others, and it was great to learn how to dance with multiple people, since each expected/needed something different and provided a unique experience dancing together. Each class was a blast, and many of the people became friends outside of lessons and grabbed drinks and dinner together. It was also helpful for learning how to be more confident/comfortable in social settings, as you are in a situation where you are meeting/dancing with someone new every few minutes. When the wedding came around it was only natural that we thought to head back to the Dance Pavilion to work on the choreography of our first dance - we had had such fun group-lessons and knew we would be in goods hands. And we were pleasantly surprised to find that Kiyana, our instructor from when we met, made sure she would be our personal instructor. This is exactly the sort of people you will find at the Dance Pavilion- people who care about their student, and love what they do. She made certain to find our expectations for our first dance (we wanted to feel comfortable enough to have fun and enjoy the dance rather than be stressed about it) and delivered instructions that were perfect in achieving it. While I cannot guarantee that you will find the person you were meant to be with (like I did) at the Dance Pavilion, I can assure you that you will have a fun time, improve your dancing skills, and learn something about yourself while you are doing it."
- Jonathan B,