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This month's Celebrities are dancing into their new lives together. First we have Pierce Brosnan dancing in front of the castle with new bride Keely Shaye Smith. Next, we have Prince Joachim of Denmark waltzing with Alexandra Manley. Lastly, we have the first dance of Crown Prince Frederik with Crown Princess Mary. The First dance is no less magical for the rich and famous than it is for the rest of us!
"Why Is The Waltz The Traditional First Dance?"
Queen Victoria influenced politics, governments and fashion for over half a century. One could argue that her wedding was the blueprint for the "traditional" white wedding we are all familiar with today. Queen Victoria had had a very sheltered upbringing and when she became queen everyone was shocked at how forceful and daring she was. She adored the arts and music. One of her true passions was dancing. Back in the Victorian times dancing was considered quite riske and the fact that the young queen danced regularly was a testament to her strength of her character. However, dance she did, and she danced a waltz at her wedding reception with Prince Albert. Like the wearing of a white wedding gown (previous monarchs had traditionally married in silver or blue), having children in the wedding party and orange blossoms, the waltz has become the traditional dance for brides and grooms at their weddings. The floating dreamy quality of waltz music as well as the look of the dance lends itself to the "queen for a day" dream that we all have when we think of our perfect day. Even Disney has embraced the Romantic Royal Waltz idea and embedded it into our psyches. When we think of Cinderella floating around the floor to "Someday My Prince will come" with Prince Charming and when our daughters think of Belle dancing in "Beauty and the Beast", we all want to float around the floor like that with the man of our dreams. Thank you Queen Victoria!
Pack Up Early! Make a serious list of any and everything
you can think of that you might need to have at your wedding, and
then try to have everything going with you to the reception
site ready and packed up a couple days ahead of time. I had to send
my mom and aunt back to the house twice to get stuff we forgot in
our hurry to get to the
site. Luckily I lived very close to the Wedding / Reception site
but most people do not. At the last wedding I attended, the ceremony
a half hour late because the groom had to go get the wedding rings
out of his safety deposit box. If he had not invited staff from
the bank to his wedding, I do not think he would have been able to
get the rings at all before the ceremony!
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