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Quinceanera Dance Tips

A very important part of your Quinceanera is your Father-Daughter Waltz and your choreographed honor court dance. It is essentially your first act as a woman; a graceful and well planned dance will reflect well upon you and set the tone for the remainder of the celebration.

We recommend that you begin working with your choreographer at least 3 month before your Quinceanera date. You should have your first meeting with only you, the choreographer and your parents to give them a sense of what you'd like your honor court dance to be like and to talk over your song ideas. Once the choreographer has met with you it will help them get an idea of who you are, what you like and what type of dance to choreograph for you!

Once the dances have been choreographed it's time to get to work! If you can, schedule your practice time for your Father-Daughter Waltz right before your honor court practice. Practicing in this order will make the transition more natural for you on the day of your Quince. Also, as soon as you purchase your shoes begin practicing in them to break them in. If they are very uncomfortable, there are inserts you can purchase to help with the pain and make sure you practice with them in, too!

Even if you have previous dance experience, practicing with your family and friends can be frustrating at times but stick with it. With practice everyone will get the hang of it and everything will begin to flow gracefully. Once the big day has arrived take a moment before entering to "shake out" your nervousness and remember that no one watching knows the chorography! Even if you make a small misstep or two, dance with confidence and a smile and no one will know the difference!