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Dancing On The Clouds | Wedding First Dance In The Clouds
by, 03-06-2016 at 12:45 PM (3881 Views)
For a wedding first dance that is truly awe inspiring, and will be remembered not only by you but all of your guests, you need to be dancing on the clouds. Both you and your spouse will enjoy their first dance together as husband and wife amongst seemingly in the clouds by use of dry ice.
The dry ice is deposited into a small piece of DJ equipment filled with hot water turning the dry ice into CO2, or in easier terms carbon dioxide. The carbon dioxide pours out of the machine and a fog like cloud rolls across the dance floor giving the appearance of you dancing on the clouds.
There are no wet areas on the dance floor or hazards aside from you being swept up in a most amazing dance that you have never before experienced. The cloud hugging the lower few feet and quickly evaporates by the end of the dance area.
Since the cloud is comprised of carbon dioxide (ex. human breath) there is no concern about setting off smoke alarms or bothering your guests. There is enough cloud to last the length of your first wedding dance, giving guests and photographers the opportunity to get some amazing pictures.
As in the case of Erin and Scott's wedding held at Salvatore's, they were introduced to the dance floor while a white cloud wrapped around them as it flowed to the opposite end of the dance area. The music began and the newlyweds moved about the area as they were swept up in the moment.
The December wedding incorporated red up-lighting throughout the room giving a beautiful background for the event. It added such an amazing vision to the already dancing on the clouds effect. The dance finished with a roar of applause from the guests and to this day are still talking about this unique and very special wedding.
We offer the wedding first dance in the clouds effect to all of our couples. For additional information please contact us to learn how easy it is to give your wedding this unique effect.