Choosing Dancers for an Asian Wedding
For Asian and Indian weddings, we love the idea of the whole ceremony being one giant celebration, and most traditions are based around this concept. Even on a smaller budget, making your wedding unforgettable for the guests as well as the bride and groom can be easier than you think, and very rewarding.
If you’re looking for the perfect entertainment, either during your marriage celebrations or in the lead up the big day, we think hiring Asian dancers and performers may be just right for you. There are many dance groups you might choose – one of our favourites is Absolute Bollywood, home to some of London’s top Asian and Indian dancers for weddings. An experienced dance group that can cater to your needs may you to select one or more of the following fun ideas.
Idea 1 – The Wedding Reception
For the ideal complete package to entertain all your guests, having a professional dance group to perform at your wedding is the best choice. You may ask your dancers to perform some of your favourite songs, or put on a creative show of their own, perhaps including classic Indian songs or exciting Bollywood routines. If you supply the theme, your professional dancers should be able to supply the choreography, the music and the wow factor.
Idea 2 – The First Dance
If you’re wondering how to include a moment in your wedding reception where the bride and groom really take centre stage, the classic first dance is a great point to involve professional Asian dancers. A good teacher will be able to choreograph your dance and help you both feel comfortable, allowing you to enjoy the moment and add something special to your reception.
Idea 3 – The Hen Party
If you’re planning a more relaxed activity with some of your closest guests in the run-up to the wedding (especially for the bride), a great way to break away from tradition while still going with a classic Asian or Indian theme is to book a group dance class. A fun workshop with trained instructors can be the perfect idea to enjoy a hen party before the big day, and learn some moves to try out at the party! Perhaps you can even train with the same dancers who will be performing on your wedding day.