Wedding Dances

Create a moment with everlasting memories. 

Start an adventure that lasts a lifetime.


Make the perfect grand entrance as newlyweds with a choreographed wedding dance.  The Dance Vision Fulshear team is here to help you and your fiancé plan your first dance to perfection.  We also teach mother-son dances, father-daughter dances, anniversary dances, and honor dances.

With over 100 wedding dances created in the past year, it doesn’t matter whether you’re looking for a fully choreographed routine or simple dance moves.  Our team of instructors will be there to make sure you’re confident and comfortable on the dance floor in front of all your wedding guests.

Impress your family and friends by learning a skill that you’ll use for the rest of your lives.  Let us make your big day even more unforgettable.


Call us today at 281-396-4350 to schedule your First Dance Consultation.


Here are the Dance Vision Fulshear wedding dance guidelines:

  • Pick your song – It will be with you forever; make it personal to you.

  • Know when to stop – Too long and you lose your guests' attention; too short and they are left underwhelmed.

  • Don’t start too late! – Most couples take lessons a minimum of 3 months before their big day.  Don’t leave your wedding dance until the week before.

  • Know your floor size – Before you start your dance, know the size of your floor and how many sides will have spectators. We don’t want you to dip to the DJ!

  • Think about your dress – Want that special dip?  Make sure your dress allows for it!

  • Get your shoes on – Whatever your choice of wedding shoes, make sure you practice in them.

  • Relax – Take a break from the stress of wedding planning and spend time together having fun dancing! 

  • REMEMBER - Your first dance should be one of many.  Couples who learn to dance together and continue dancing build stronger, closer relationships.  The magic doesn't have to end after the honeymoon.  Keep the romance alive with a dance date night each week!

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