I thought it was about time I wrote about a new recommended wedding supplier (who are offering a cheeky discount to my brides and grooms, read on for info!), today, it’s vintage dance workshop duo Red & Ginger!
“We are huge vintage dorks and we spend hours and hours watching instructional videos, reading books and just dancing with each other to figure out new moves. When we’re not cutting a rug, we love to spend our time in the countryside, looking at lovely vintage bits and pieces in antique shops, growing vegetables in our greenhouse and being made to dress up as Star Wars characters by our daughter.”
I first saw the lovely Steve and Em, aka Red and Ginger, hosting a workshop at a local vintage event last year and thought they were just fab. Their smiley, upbeat personalities are infectious and always get everyone on the dance floor at their events. Their passion for dancing and keeping it all about having fun really comes across in their workshops.
I want to recommend them to my brides and grooms to be as I know a lot of you guys and girls are fellow lovers of all things vintage so may fancy adding them to your day. With Ceilidhs proving a popular booking with today’s couples wanting to get their evening guests to get involved, join the party, and have a laugh, why not have a vintage inspired alternative? Red and Ginger offer their unique brand of ‘hot vintage dance workshops’, teaching taster sessions in charleston, lindy hop, and swing. They’re the perfect addition to any vintage lovin’ couples’ day.
With a variety of vintage inspired wedding entertainment options available, why not check out their site for more info on first dance tuition, hen parties (where you could sneakily learn a little routine with your wedding party to surprise your guests with at the reception!), or book the duo to come host a workshop for the evening of the wedding itself.
Plus, if you are already booked in with me for your photography, Red & Ginger will offer a 10% discount on all wedding day workshop bookings! Click here to view their current brochure.
(Even if you’re not planning a wedding, and like the idea of giving some vintage dance classes a go head on over to their site and I may see you at the next one!)