Wedding Dance Floor Ideas

As the case may be, you are super busy thinking about flowers, food and guests. But, don’t fail to pay attention to  your reception dance floor. This huge wedding element is a white canvas that allows you to be creative and can, when done right, take your reception from drab to fully fab! (image credits – Photography: True Photography, via: Couture Events)
The basic brown wood dance no longer needs to be simple and boring. From the extravagant hand-painted dance floor designed with the bride and groom’s logo, to one covered in a colored gam (vinyl) to match your room’s décor, or one lit from above with colored lights and a gobo projecting your initials – the days of the basic brown dance floor are long gone. Here are a few pretty suggestions! (image credits: Sacks Productions Facebook Page)

BELOW IMGA CREDITS – Custom Dance-Floor: Platinum Pro, Pictures: Scott Lawrence Photographs, via Lounge Appeal

BELOW IMAGE CREDITS – Photography/ via: Ryan Phillips

BELOW IMAGE CREDITS – via Rosa Clara Blog

BELOW IMAGE CREDITS - via Amina Michele

BELOW IMAGE CREDITS – Custom Dance-floor / via: Platinum Pro

BELOW IMAGE CREDITS – Picture: Jeremy at Harwell Photography , Dance floor + band backdrop: Designed by Calder Clark Designs, produced by Blossoms Events, via Southern Weddings

BELOW IMAGE CREDITS – Photography: Darin Fong, Custom Dance-floor / via: Platinum Pro

BELOW IMAGE CREDITS – Custom Dance-floor / via: Platinum Pro


BELOW IMAGE CREDITS – Pictures: MoHa Photography, Event Design/via Diann Valentine

BELOW IMAGE CREDITS – Simone and Martin Photography, Event Design / via: Mindy Weiss

BELOW IMAGE CREDITS – Custom Dance-floor / via: Albert Hall Dance Floors
BELOW IMAGE CREDITS – Photography/via: ZaraZoo
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