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Father Daughter Dance Song Ideas

BY IN Music Tips On February 17, 2014

Coming up with that perfect father daughter dance song can be a challenging task. It seems like this wedding reception highlight has the least amount of song suggestions for it too.

There’s always the typical “I Loved Her First” by Heartland, “What A Wonderful World” by Louis Armstrong or “Butterfly Kisses” by Bob Carlisle but because they are so common, you may want to choose another song that is not that often heard. Not to take anything away from those three wonderful songs, sometimes you may just want to do something a little bit different then what every other father daughter dance you see does.

Here are some other fun father daughter dance song ideas for you to consider when selecting the song you and your father will dance to during your wedding reception.

5 Fun Father Daughter Dance Song Ideas


Dance With My Father” – Luther Vandross

Have your wedding DJ play some Luther for your father daughter dance. The heart touching lyrics in this song is sure to captivate your guests.

“My Girl” – The Temptations

For all of you Motown fans, this 1964 hit will create a fun filled atmosphere for your father daughter dance.

“Unforgettable” – Nat King Cole and Natalie Cole (duet)

This timeless classic is sure to make a statement for your father daughter dance.

“My Little Girl” – Tim McGraw

For all of the country music fans, this is a great father daughter dance song.

“My Wish” – Rascal Flatts

Another country music song choice with powerful lyrics.

There are many other great songs to choose from including “Somewhere Over The Rainbow” by Israel Kamakawiwo’ole which is great for any special dance.

Looking for more great father daughter dance song ideas? Contact us today with any questions regarding DJ entertainment for your wedding or for a free consultation. Happy wedding planning!

photo credit:  John Mayer


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