Every wedding moment is emotional in its own way. From the minute you wake up on the Big Day to the moment you go back to your hotel room, this event will be filled with emotion, anxiety, joy, and beauty all at the same time.
Of course, you want your Father-Daughter dance to be one of the highlights of this huge life event – but what are some of the best Christian Father-Daughter dance song you should definitely consider?
We have some tips for you – so read on and find out more.
Steven Curtis Chapman – Cinderella
A sweet, emotional, and absolutely unforgettable song that re-tells the story of a father and what he feels on his daughter’s wedding day. Clearly, a song that’s just perfect for this kind of moment – and one that will definitely make at least a few guests cry tears of emotion when they see you dancing with your father!
Cindy Morgan – King of the World
This song is just as emotional as any of the popular Father-Daughter dance songs out there – but it also has a note of true joy and energy to it that makes it perfect for those of you who don’t necessarily want a very slow song for this moment. Furthermore, it’s perfect for every bride who had a very close, special relationship with her fathers.
Go Fish – You’re My Little Girl
No matter how old you get, and how many children of your own you will have, you will always be your daddy’s little girl – and that’s precisely what this song is all about. Lovely, emotional, sweet, and more than suitable for this special wedding moment!
Bob Carlisle & Randy Thomas – Butterfly Kisses
By far one of the touchiest Father Daughter songs, “Butterfly Kisses” is a sweet, mellow, and beautifully written tune that will melt everyone’s hearts. Appreciated by Christians (and non-Christians alike), this song is a masterpiece filled with genuine emotion. Even the title of the song is gorgeously written (referencing the “butterfly kisses” the father receives every night after his daughter’s prayers). An amazing song to play for the Father-Daughter dance!
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