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Mother Daughter Dance Songs: Unconventional Playlist

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Popular dances at traditional weddings are the mother son dance and the father daughter dance. However, at some weddings, couples are inclined to switch things up a bit and have a mother daughter dance. The bond between a bride and her mother cannot be understated, and this dance is a celebration of that unique and beautiful bond. If you will be having this dance at your wedding, then you will no doubt need a number of mother daughter wedding songs.

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This dance carries even more meaning if the father of the bride has passed away, and she’s to be walked down the aisle by her mother or another relative. The mother daughter dance, in this case, would be even more sentimental than usual. For this, you would require the right type of music.

Perhaps a song shared by the two or a song from mother to daughter on her wedding day. Whatever you have in mind, here are a few songs that provide the perfect background for a mother daughter dance.

Slow Mother Daughter Wedding Dance Songs

There are so many top wedding songs that can be used for this dance between a bride and her mother on her wedding day. For this dance you could use mother daughter wedding dance songs upbeat; however, sometimes slow songs are better at conveying sentiments. And so, for a most beautiful and meaningful dance for a mother and her daughter, consider a choice of slow mother daughter wedding dance songs.

These are some of the best types of songs for conveying a message from mother to child or daughter to mother. They also do well to describe the magical bond between the two. Your guests would also enjoy the ambiance created by such a slow and sentimental dance.

  1. Forever Young by Rod Stewart
  2. Sweetest Devotion by Adele
  3. Right by You by John Legend
  4. I Love You Because by Elvis Presley & Lisa Marie Presley
  5. There You’ll Be by Faith Hill
  6. I Turn to You by Christina Aguilera

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Upbeat Mother Daughter Wedding Songs

For some couples, the sentiment they would prefer throughout their wedding is one of fun, celebration, and laughter. The wedding songs for mother and daughter should not be left out of the merriment, and should also convey this enjoyable theme. This is where you can and should create a playlist of upbeat mother and daughter wedding songs. It can be difficult to find these upbeat songs for this particular theme sometimes, but they are there.

Songs like ‘Mama’ from the Spice Girls, or Meghan Trainor’s ‘Mom’, do well to show that.

  1. Mama by Spice Girls
  2. Mom by Meghan Trainor
  3. Just the Way You Are by Billy Joel
  4. You’re My Best Friend by Queen
  5. I’ll Always Love My Mama by The Intruders
  6. God Only Knows by The Beach Boys

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Classic Mother Daughter Songs For Wedding

Some of the best tunes for this particular dance can be found in the golden oldies. The classics live up to their name and have provided us timeless tunes for every aspect of life. If you would prefer classic mother daughter songs for wedding, then you have made a good choice.

With songs like ‘Can You Feel the Love Tonight’ by Elton John, and country tune, ‘Mother Like Mine’, from Band Perry. You will be hard-pressed to run out of classical choices for your dance.

  1. Can You Feel the Love Tonight by Elton John
  2. Mother Like Mine by Band Perry
  3. Isn’t She Lovely by Stevie Wonder
  4. Lullaby by Billy Joel
  5. You Are So Beautiful to Me by Joe Cocker
  6. Whenever I See Your Smiling Face by James Taylor

The most important dance in the lives of a mother and her daughter, the mother daughter dance is a special one. The music, therefore, chosen to commemorate this moment, should be special too. Whether special to both parties to the dance, special in the lifetime of music, or special because it has the perfect lyrics. Choose a song that best conveys the bond you have and one that evokes the feelings you will like to share on such a beautiful day. Have the best dance of all to a bond that will forever be worth celebrating.

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