One is always made to feel special.    ~Nan & Bill

Wedding Lessons

Not many days in your life are as special as your wedding day. You will prepare for months for the big day. Tremendous attention will be given to the dress, the flowers, the ceremony, and the reception in an effort to make the perfect day.

Today it is just as important to give time and attention to your first dance as husband and wife.

Let us help you to prepare a dance for you to do together that will be memorable for your guests and fun for you to learn and dance. But don’t wait until the last minute to start your lessons. We suggest that you plan to start your lessons anywhere from two to three months prior to your wedding day to allow time to practice.

We also recognize the importance of the bride dancing with her dad and the groom dancing with his mom. So we encourage parents to come and prepare for these very special moments. And, let's not forget the bridal party. We can accommodate lessons for everyone preparing to be a part of the most important day in your life.

Wedding Dancers

Rebecca and I wanted to do a ballroom dance at our wedding, instead of just the same old, boring slow dance. The only problem was, neither of one of us knew how to dance and we had less than 3 months to learn. After meeting with Lorraine at Step in Time School of Dance, she knew exactly what we wanted, she worked with our schedule and our limited timeframe, and created the perfect choreographed dance for us! Not only was Lorraine very patient with us during our lessons, she made our sessions a lot of fun by giving us tips that really helped us understand what to do! After the first session, I thought there was no way I was ever going to get this thing down. But three short months later, we had all the steps to Michael Buble's Save the Last Dance for Me timed perfectly. So perfectly, that we performed the rhumba in front of 125 people at our wedding reception and received a roaring round of applause and cheers from the crowd! We could have never done that without Lorraine! We would highly recommend her to anyone aspiring to learn how to dance.

~Dave and Rebecca Boice