A wedding isn’t a proper celebration without dancing! Even if you’re not the dancing type, you will need a space for people to mingle and enjoy the post-ceremony entertainment. These are the things you should consider when choosing your dance floor:
- It needs to stay within your budget. Remember to include subflooring(for grassy locations) and installation costs when figuring the price. The floor must be set up and taken down professionally.
- Determine how many people you will need to accommodate. Not everyone may dance, but those who do will want ample room for it. A general rule is that half your guests will be dancing at once, and each couple should have 9 ft.2 of space.
- Know the size of your venue and how much space will be allotted for the dance floor. Where it will be placed may influence the shape you select.
- Consider factors that may present a challenge, such as uneven ground or how long it will take to be installed.
- Pick a style that matches your wedding’s theme and tone. For example, a white and black checkered floor createsa sleek and modern design, whereas light wood enhancesa traditionally elegant setting. Other decorations you plan on using, like lighting or monogrammed decals, will also affect your choice since you want to create a cohesive look.