What exactly is an opening dance?
The wedding dance party takes place after the dinner, which is always opened by the wedding couple – that’s why it’s called the opening dance. Here they introduce themselves to the wedding party as husband and wife. This is the first joint “movement” of the couple, the first step of their life together…
Couples usually choose an English or Viennese waltz as their opening dance. This means a slow-moving, soft, pleasant, “graceful” dance.
However… by 2021, the opening dance will not only consist of a waltz, but of clownish dances performed in different musical styles that the couple likes, which can also be a surprise dance.
Funny opening dances are very popular and will soon become essential at every wedding. Do you need a crazy opening dance, a crazy surprise dance or even a father-daughter dance?
We’re pros at getting the night off to a great start. With a fun, dynamic mix up to 7 minutes long, we make it possible for your guests to make this night forever memorable. We mix exactly the way and as much music as you want. You can see the one below based on your own music list.
We advise you to…
Let’s give the entire production a framework.
Start with a standard, slow love song (even a waltz) and approx. After 1 minute, let’s break this romantic, more melancholic song for several dance hits of different stylesl. Let the opening dance mix become one with you and your friends and family members will remember it for a long time. The very first music should return at the very end of the opening dance. Jump back into romance and talk about the two of you instead of the party. With this method, more emotional reactions can be elicited from the wedding party, and all happy mothers, grandmothers, godmothers and expectant mothers will facilitate the closing of your production…
Maintain constant attention.
It’s lucky for the wedding party if you choose a lot of domestic music, because everyone understands the lyrics. At the same time, you also sneak some very popular foreign hits into the choreography, which are loved by almost everyone regardless of age, so you can even entice members of the audience to dance.
Do not be afraid! Smile and laugh a lot
Keep the choreography easy. This is very important! Also because your guests don’t want to see a tense couple struggling with the choreography, but two happy young people who are enjoying every minute of their wedding. They don’t want to see a professional dance production, they want to see you. Is it therefore worth incorporating smiling into practice? Let the dance have a story. It’s okay if it’s a little funny, humorous. It is important that you show that you enjoy what you are doing and that it is meant for your guests.
You can have as many songs as you want in the opening dance mix, but be careful not to make it too long and boring for your guests.
Below you can read the list of the most popular wedding music.
But first, let’s see what you should use less of!
There are two songs that have become so popular in recent years that it is almost a crime to include them in any choreography. At most weddings, these aduas have already been shot. Don’t make the same mistake!
Ed Sheeran – Perfect (and all covers)
Christina Perri – A Thousand Years
The following TOP 10 music can already be started perfectly
Let’s come up with 10 pieces of music whose beginnings and intros can sufficiently convey the romantic atmosphere. These can even be combined with dry ice to create a gigantic WoW effecttre.
10. Auth Csilla – Such is the one who loves
09. Filmzene 1 // Aladdin – Dóra Szinetár & Zoltán Bereczki – A new experience
08. Soundtrack 2 // Beauty and the Beast
07. Soundtrack 3 // Batman – Seal – Kiss From A Rose
06. Keringő // Anastasia – Once upon a December (or even in the Hungarian version)
05. Dirty Dancing – Time of my Life (Final Dance)
04. Bryan Adams – (Everything I Do) I Do It For You
03. Josh Groban – You Raise Me Up in Hungarian: Tibor Kocsis – What’s a voice worth?
02. The Greatest Showman – Never Enough
01. Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper – Shallow
/If you have a proposal, contact us using the request for proposal form. If necessary, you can list the order of your own songs in the mix/
If you’ve had the “warm-up”, then a couple of evergreen hits that everyone loves can come
Bob Sinclar – Rock This Party (Everybody Dance Now)
The Black Eyed Peas – I Gotta Feeling
LMFAO ft. Lauren Bennett, GoonRock – Party Rock Anthem
Bob Sinclar – Rock This Party (Everybody Dance Now)
Usher ft. Lil Jon, Ludacris – Yeah!
Scooter – Maria
FISHER – Losing It
And finally, those retro numbers that are guaranteed to bring a smile to our faces to this day
Haddaway – What Is Love
Vanilla – Ice Ice Baby
Lou Bega – Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit of…)
Bomfunk MC’s – Freestyler
Las Ketchup – The Ketchup Song (Asereje)
Los Del Rio – Macarena
Michael Jackson – Thriller
Michael Jackson – Billie Jean
Bellini – Samba De Janeiro
Kaoma – Lambada
Soho Party – The night can never end
Emergency House – The House is rumbling
Sugarhill GAng – Apache (Jump On It)
Los Lobos – La Bamba
MC Hammer – U Can’t Touch This
Crazy Frog – Axel F
Rednex – Cotton Eye Joe
Village People – YMCA
Ricky Martin – Livin’ La Vida Loca
Pen Pineapple Apple Pen
Madagascar – I’m sorry, anyway
Chubby Checker -Lets twist again
Sir Mix-A-Lot – Baby Got Back
Psy – Gangnam Style