All First Dances are special and should be treasured, but out of the hundred or more weddings I've filmed over the years some stick in the memory more than others, and those are usually the ones which have been choreographed and performed in natural summer light.
Not everyone can get married in the summer, but those who do can really enjoy the benefits of all that natural light which will make your photos and videos really come to life.
But anyone can put in a bit of practice :)
The First Dance of Melissa & Anthony, Dunglass Estate, 8th August 2018
Now I don't know anything about dancing (I'm a rubbish dancer) but I'm pretty sure you can find a teacher online who might be able to give you a few lessons to charge up your normal First Dance into a really memorable one.
If you're having a wedding during the winter months or in a darker venue, how about this idea? Get the DJ or singer to ask all your friends and family to switch on the lights on their phones and wave them to the music while you dance, as if it's a concert. This will form an amazing video backdrop and probably look great in the photos as well.
But remember: don't worry about everyone else, don't stress at the bridal party members who missed their cue to come on. This is your one and only First Dance with the one you love, so above all, enjoy it :)
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