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Best Father-Daughter Dance Songs for Your Wedding

Father-daughter dances aren’t always on your mind when planning the wedding, but this dance is very special to both you and your father. Check out these top father-daughter dance ideas for one that will make the moment special.

Father-daughter dance songs can provide one of the sweetest and most special moments of your wedding reception. It is also a special, symbolic moment. It is a moment that your father says “goodbye” to his little girl and “hello” to a married woman. It is the passing on of protection and the reflection of a life. Make his father-daughter dance moment with you a special one that he’ll treasure for years to come.

“Dance with My Father Again” by Luther Vandross

“Dance with My Father Again” by Luther Vandross is actually a song about losing a father to death, but the lyrics take you back to the moments of childhood and of dancing with your father, making the song a wonderful option on the list of father-daughter dance songs. Just be sure to bring your tissues. This song will remind you of just how wonderful and special the moments with your father are and how quickly they can all disappear.

“My Girl” by The Temptations

Ah, The Temptations…this song on our list of father-daughter dance songs for your wedding will take your father back to an era that was all his own. It also takes him back to a time when you were his little girl and all he needed was a smile from you to make his day better. And while those days are long gone, know that your smile will always light up your father’s world, no matter how old you get.

“Wind Beneath my Wings” by Bette Midler

Do you want to give your father a message—one that will touch his heart? Choose “Wind Beneath my Wings” by Bette Midler. This beautiful song will communicate to your father just how much you appreciate all the love and support he gave you as a child. Let your father know that he’s your hero with this touching father-daughter wedding dance song for your wedding.

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