The first dance as husband and wife is usually highly anticipated. So much so that many couples now choose to learn a choreographed number to perform at their reception instead of the traditional waltz. If you want to dazzle your guests, this is definitely the way to go. However, be prepared to pay a pretty penny to a dance instructor and spend hours, days or even weeks practicing. For those who aren’t so light on their feet, a typical slow dance will be just fine. It is recommended, though, to take a whirl or two around the dance floor before your wedding day to ease the nerves.