Lately we’ve been obsessed with finding creative and innovative ways to amp up the dance floor to keep people movin’ and groovin’ later into the night! Take a peek into some of my personal favorites below:


We love to create custom artwork for our clients, so why not incorporate it into the dance floor too?

We made a tile print for Alissa and Steve‘s dance floor at Hotel Bel Air, inspired by Spanish tiles, and captured by Lauren and Abby.

A friend of Kimberly and Chase designed artwork as a gift to the couple and we used it on the dance floor for both a playful and personal touch! Photo by Braedon Photography.


I fully believe that people thrive on the energy of others. So why not bring a few professionals into the mix?

At Lana and Adam‘s wedding, we brought in Alebrijes, dancing puppets native to Mexico City, and had them lead guests to the dance floor. Everyone LOVED it and it was definitely one of the highlights of the night. Puppets captured by Steve Steinhardt.

Confetti rained over the dance floor at Lauren and Samira‘s wedding and gave guests a new wave of energy each time the cannon burst to the beat of the music. Party captured by Lauren and Abby.


Even if dancing takes place in the same space as your dinner or reception, ask your lighting company to switch up the lighting when it comes time to party can help reenergize guests and get them back out on the dance floor. See below for a before and after of the lighting change at Olivia and Freddy‘s Sardinia wedding, captured by Lauren and Abby. Also peep the custom tile dance floor!

For high impact at the after party, add some disco balls to any after party space to set the vibe. Andrew and Kelly moved into a different space for dancing and disco balls was a great way to keep the dancing going all night. Photo by Steve Steinhardt.

Party on!