Post # 1
Can you ladies give me some suggestions for father/daughter dance songs ? NOthing too mushy as my father and i do not have a “Daddy’s Girl” type of relationship
Also, my fiances mom passed away and he will be dancing with his sister, any song ideas for that???
Thanks so much!!
Post # 2
I would suggest My Girl for father daughter. If you have brown eyes you could also do brown eyed girl. If you want something not too mushy I would do What a wonderful world. It is positive but doesn’t really say much and its short. For him and his sister maybe do Elvis Love me Tender. It sounds weird but if you look at the lyrics its just generic. You could also do unforgetable by Nat King Cole and Natalie Cole or If your name has a song with your name in it.
Post # 3
we danced to flertwood Mac landslide, but tom petty wildflowers was the second choice.
Post # 4
We also did Landslide with Wildflowers my second choice.
Post # 6
- Wedding: October 2019 - Chateau Lake Louise
Sweet Pea by Amos Lee is cute without being too twee. It’s a little more upbeat and easy to have a nice medium tempo dance to.
I’m drawing a blank on the brother/sister dance.
Post # 7
I think we will dance to Diamonds & Daughters – Aaron Watson.
Post # 8
For your Fiance and his sister:
For Good – Wicked (Glee version is decent and you could skip the first part)
Simple Man – Lyndard Skynard/ Shinedown has a nice acoustic version
Whenever you Remember – Carrie Underwood
Simple Song – Passenger
It Don’t Have to Change – John Legend
Or a different angle…
They could do the dance as a tribute to their mother. Was there a particular song she loved or would sing to them?
There you’ll be – Faith Hill (super sad though)
When I get Where I’m Going – Brad Paisley
As for you…
Changes – Kelly + Ozzy Osbourne
Isn’t she lovely – Stevie Wonder
In My Life – The Beatles
Somewhere over the rainbow – IZ
Either you or your fiance:
Dream Big – Ryan Shupe
Take Me Home, Country Roads – John Denver
Post # 9
My dad and I danced to Isn’t She Lovely by Stevie Wonder. I let him pick and this is what he chose, which I loved!
Post # 10
- Wedding: February 2017 - historical mansion
We did a “family dance” in which I started out dancing with just my dad and then my husband and his dad and sister joined in. (His mom passed away a couple of years ago.) Eventually my brother and his wife and my niece and nephews joined in too. And then my dad and I ended it with a robot dance. I think a combined dance is the way to go because it gets reaaaaaaally long if you have three full-length songs (you and your husband, you and your dad, and your husband and his sister). The song we chose was “Teach Your Children” by Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young. Here’s a video: