How to do a Funny Wedding Dance
Part 1 - The start
Any slow, romantic song works for the first part of the dance, as you are lulling your wedding guests into thinking it is just a normal first dance. This is an opportunity to choose a song that is meaningful to you as a couple.
Part 2 - The middle - Surprise!
For the best effect choose a song that clashes with your first song. Choose something that no one would expect but make sure you really like the song too. In this section you can either dance to either one song or several.
Part 3 - The end
Go back to the song you danced to in Part 1, as this creates a dream sequence, in a 'did that really happen' sort of way. You can start the music where you ended Part 1, or a point of the song near the end, but don't start the music from the beginning again as the humour won't be as effective.
You will need to choose at least two songs, one slow & romantic, the other upbeat and unexpected. The most common misconception is that these two songs need to 'go together', actually it works best when the songs clash.
It works best when the songs are mixed or edited to be one track, ensuring perfect timing, plus you can practice and rehearse to your music. We advise against DJs manually switching tracks as it will take too long, creating a pause that will give the impression the dance is over, which will be awkward when you eventually do start dancing again. There are many ways to get music mixed, it's quite possible to do it yourself with the correct software or your DJ may be able to do it for you.