It’s where guests will spend most of the time at your wedding, and will host one of the most-watched moments during your celebration. And yet, the dance floor is often ignored when designing picture-perfect nuptials. What are you more likely to frame in your home: a photo of your centerpieces or one of you and your spouse having your first dance? While the standard tiled hardwood is certainly not an unattractive feature at a reception, we must say we are smitten with the idea of a special, custom dance floor. But perhaps that’s because we’ve seen so many great ones from the real weddings featured both online and in the magazine.
Below you will see examples of some of our favorites, which include the popular black-and-white checkered style, a light-up dance floor, and even a plexiglass cover on an Olympic-sized swimming pool! Even a crisp, clean white dance floor can add to the overall theme of your big day, or you could use the blank slate to decorate with light projections.
See how the rest of these celebrations looked by clicking on each photo.
Photo by Paul Barnett Photographer
Photo by Sheri Whitko Photography; Consulting by Paulette Wolf Events
Photo by Karlisch Photography
Photo by KingenSmith
Photo by Vallentyne Photography; Venue: The Lodge at Torrey Pines