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Rumba Dance

About
Rumba as a dance is considered the most romantic of all Latin dances. It is a smooth dance with steps suited to a limited space which is due to its simple basic step consisting of a box movement. It is easy to learn and enjoyable to dance and its simple footwork helps your confidence on the floor.

Rumba First Dance
As a wedding dance Rumba is an ideal choice. First, it suits to all spaces, small or large; second, it gives a wide selection of some of the best Rumba songs ever.

Rumba dance and its music have a relaxing effect on the crowd. It is always kind to the bridal dress. The groom can keep the jacket on, but he'll have better freedom of movement if he takes it off.

Rumba Dancing Tip
A slow wedding dance Rumba song may cause a swing of the upper body many couples, especially those with no prior dance lessons, end up doing. It doesn’t look good, it becomes too repetitive and is not very enjoyable.

Keep your body in a normal upright position and you’ll look fine. By doing so, you will enjoy the dance even if you kept repeating the same steps all over again.

Songs
Here are some of the best Rumba songs ever couples selectes for their first dance:

 

Amado Mio
Pink martini Sympathique

Amazed
Lonestar

Chasing Cars
Snow Patrol

Everything I Do
Brian Adams

Greatest Day
Take That

Groovy Kind of Love
Phil Collins

Have I Told You Lately
Van Morrison

  

Love Song
Taylor Swift

Stand By Me
Ben E. King

Sway
Dean Martin

The Look of Love
Dusty Springfield

When you Say Nothing at All
Ronan Keating(Slow)

Wonderful Tonight
Eric Clapton

You Do Something to Me
Paul Weller

 

For the full list of Rumba first dance songs, please go to Rumba First Dance Songs

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