There won’t be any dry eyes in the room when you take to the floor for your Dry Ice Wedding Dance.
Now that we have that pun out of the way, it’s time to explain a bit more about exactly why you should include a dry ice wedding dance in your celebrations.
It’s a little bit different and a little bit out there but a dry ice wedding is becoming more popular among today’s weddings. Why? For starters, it looks mystical and magical, almost like the happy couple is dancing on a cloud or in a faraway land. Sounds pretty dreamy, right?
The beautiful effect of dry ice will not only mesmerise everyone watching on as the newlyweds float onto the dancefloor, but it’s easy to use and won’t harm anyone in the process. Plus, it won’t set off any alarms either!
What is a dry ice wedding dance?
Dry ice is the stunning effect that is created by frozen carbon dioxide and through the use of a dry ice machine, envelopes the dance floor in a layer of low-lying dry ice, giving the appearance as though you are dancing in the clouds. Because it is heavier than air, it will also stay below the knees, giving everyone an uninterrupted view of the dance floor and the loved-up couple. It’s a moment everyone will certainly remember. As an added bonus, your first dance photos will look amazing!
If you want to use dry ice in other ways, you can also include it in your table decorations. With the use of a vase, some water, and a small amount of dry ice, you will replicate that beautiful smoky effect for your guests.
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