Orlando belly dancer Carrara Nour performs a Christmas-themed show at a party for Heart Gallery Winter Wonderland Gala at Omni Championsgate Resort. Photo by Heather Rice

The Holidays Are Here! Hire an Orlando Belly Dancer for Your Party

Looking for Orlando Christmas and Holiday party ideas?

As a belly dancer in Orlando, the Holidays mark the beginning of my busy season. Not only do I dance at lots of winter weddings, but Christmas and Holiday parties are some of my most popular bookings!

While many people associate the Holidays with traditional Yuletide entertainment like carolers, Santas for the kids, and live music, lots of party hosts and hostesses want to do something different.

Belly dance to the rescue!

Why Belly Dance?

When you think about it, belly dance is the perfect form of Holiday entertainment. It’s upbeat. It’s family-friendly. And you’d be hard-pressed to find anything more festive, with the glitter, the jingling finger cymbals, and shimmering silks …

Real Corporate Event: Venetian Carnival at Millennium Luxury Coaches

Your customers are the heart of your business. How do you thank them for their loyalty?

You could always send them a card, or take them out to lunch. You could even spring for a golf tournament or a fishing trip.

You could also throw them a killer party – or if you’re like the folks at custom RV shop Millennium Luxury Coaches, throw your raving fans a party that lasts 4 crazy, fun-filled days!

When Zerrin at Millennium contacted me to be part of the final night of their client appreciation rally, her marketing team hadn’t yet decided on a theme – they just knew they had to spoil their guests with some fabulous live entertainment. We hit it …

The Art of the Office Bellygram: Notes from a Belly Dance Gig in Melbourne

Everyone knows I’m all about the weddings, and all about the big milestone parties. But I also do some really nice corporate events for small to mid-sized Orlando and Brevard County businesses, and once in awhile, I get to do something different – like interrupting the regularly scheduled team meeting with a birthday surprise for the boss!

Yesterday afternoon, I got to do this for a software company at their office in Melbourne. It was the boss’s 50th birthday and a quick 5-minute show featuring finger cymbals and sword was just the right way to break the ice and surprise the Birthday Boy before the team cut the cake. The beginning of my sword dance also proved to be the …