These days, dance floors have become more than just a place where people get their groove on. Because it is typically located in the center of the room, your dance floor will be one of the first areas upon which guests will focus when entering the reception, making it a key aspect of the décor. Dance floors are an ideal place to set the theme and tone of your celebration. Fun and modern? Go with white vinyl and an animal print appliqué. Sleek and sexy? Try all black. Romantic and elegant? Add a floral or lace gobo that matches your color scheme. Include your initials, names, or wedding logo. Whatever direction you choose, make your dance floor a memorable part of your wedding style.
Above, clockwise from left: Brian Dorsey Studios; Abby Ross & Nancy Cohn Photography; John Solano Photography; John Solano Photography
Denis Reggie John Solano Tim Otto Photography Abby Ross & Nancy Cohn Photography John Solano Brian Dorsey Studios Jay Lawrence Goldman Photography Ira Lippke