Activities to open a dance floor or do at an event

Here are 2 of 3 options to open a dance floor at a wedding or to simply use during the party.
Before opening any dance floor. Take the time on the microphone to introduce yourself and your company again and give the reason why your are there a round of applause BUT make sure you have everyone give the Hall and the Banquet Manager a round of Applause for an Excellent job they did with the meal.
Suggested Music for all three options (Slow Music)

  • Always and Forever – Heatwave 
  • Could I have this dance – Anne Murray 
  • Through the years – Kenny Rogers 
  • What a wonderful world – Louis Armstrong 
  • Still the one – Shania Twain 
  • Wind Beneath my wings – Bette Midler 

Option One: Invite guests to dance (Wedding or Anniversary)

“Ladies and Gentlemen, the dance floor is now officially open. I ask that all of the married couples here tonight come on out and help open up our dance floor.”

Option Two: Anniversary Dance

  • Announce the dance floor is open. “Ladies and Gentlemen, the dance floor is now officially open.”
  • Ask couples to come to the dance floor based on the amount of years that they have been married, Start with those couples married more than 25 years. Wait 30 seconds 
  • Go back 5 years and ask for 20 years or more to come out to the dance floor. Wait 30 seconds 
  • Go back 5 years each time and ask those couples Wait 30 seconds 
  • Once you get pats 5 years ask all newlyweds including the Bride & Groom to join the dance. 
  • Ask engaged couples to join in. (optional) 
  • Those that date but feel like they are married or those living in sin if you can get away with it. (optional) 
  • The remaining people sitting should be single, ask the men to pick a partner & come join the dance. (optional) 

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