List of Father Daughter Dance Songs

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 Father-Daughter Wedding Dance Songs

Are you planning on a father-daughter dance? From classic to rock to alternative to country, here are 5 of 25 father daughter dance songs. What song will you and your dad be dancing to?

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I Loved Her First

Butterfly Kisses
Bob Carlisle

Always Be Your Baby
Natalie Grant

In My Life
The Beatles

The Best Day
Taylor Swift



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New! Wedding Christmas Card Designs

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I remember our first *official* Christmas together after getting married and realizing that we’d be signing our cards that year as husband and wife. We were a family! Me and him. I have to admit … it was a big deal for me. Congratulations newlyweds! Your first *official* holiday together is well, pretty awesome.  Are you excited for this milestone? 

Have you thought about your holiday cards yet?

Your first official holiday card is a keepsake and the perfect start to staying connected with family and friends throughout the years to come. Here are four of our newest Wedding Holiday Card designs + coordinating Address Labels & Seals. Available on Photo Cards, Magnet Cards and small and large Folded Cards.

Photo Cards
Long and slender, Photo Cards are fun, contemporary and fully designed on the backside too. With Photo Cards, you can easily personalize with your colors and your Christmas wishes too. Add coordinating Address Labels & Seals to complete your look.

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Holiday Magnet Cards
If you gravitate to a more non-traditional look, give Magnet Cards a try. Everyone loves magnets and who wouldn’t love a unique Christmas keepsake like a personalized Christmas Magnet?!

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Folded Holiday Cards:
Uniquely-designed but traditional in style, Folded Cards are a classic offering for your holiday greetings. And of course, you can personalize with your own unique color scheme and holiday wishes.

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Stay ahead of the holidays

You’ve already got your favorite wedding or honeymoon photos picked out! Stay ahead of the holidays by ordering your Christmas cards soon. And whether your style is rustic, vintage, classic or contemporary … any design can be personalized with your unique wedding style and personality.

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22 Top Father-Daughter Dance Songs

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Not in any particular order of importance, here are 22 popular father-daughter dance songs. Right now, I think my favorite is Edwin McCain’s Walk With You. I feel like I wouldn’t be bawling my head off with this song–yet it would still be incredibly touching. How about you? Will you be father-daughter dancing?

Which song is your favorite?

22 popular father-daughter dance songs


Country Sweet

1. Just Fishin- Trace Adkins
2. My little girl- by Tim McGraw
3. My wish by Rascal Flatts
4. It won’t be like this for long by Darius Rucker

Tear Jerkers

5. Cinderella by Steven Curtis Chapman
6. Butterfly Kisses by Bob Carlisle
7. I will always love you- by Whitney Houston
8. You raise me up by Josh Groban


9. You are so beautiful by Joe Cocker
10.Walk with you by Edwin McCain
11. How sweet it is by James Taylor
12. Wonderful tonight by Eric Clapton


13. Unforgettable Duet by Natalie Cole & Nat King Cole
14. The way you look tonight by Frank Sinatra
15. My girl by Temptations
16. Somewhere over the rainbow by Israel “IZ” Kamakawiwo‘ole
17. It had to be you by Ray Charles
18. Isn’t she lovely by Stevie Wonder



19. Brown eyed girl by Van Morrison
20. In my life by The Beatles
21. Three Little Birds by Bob Marley
22. Daddy’s Little Girl by Michael Buble’


Image: Micah & Tia’s Guthrie Theater Wedding
Photography: CM Photographics, Morgan Klinnert-Photographer

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Wedding Bouquet Toss: In or Out?

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The wedding bouquet toss might be a timeless tradition but nevertheless, its popularity is waning. Should it stay for posterity’s sake or is this ancient practice seeing its last days?

Why do we toss the wedding bouquet anyway?
The bouquet toss is specifically for the single ladies at the wedding. It is said that whoever catches it will be the next to marry.

How did this tradition start?
In Medieval times, a bride on her wedding day was considered to have good luck–especially in the area of fertility. Because guests wanted some of that good luck for themselves, they would tear at her clothing so that they could get lucky too {so to speak}. So, in efforts to keep clothed and clothing in tact, brides began the clever distraction of tossing the bouquet. Guests got lucky and she kept her dress from being shredded. Win. Win.

Why the bouquet toss might be on its way out:
1. Some feel it’s an awkward and undignified tradition for all the single ladies.
2. Some feel it takes too much time to organize the toss–thus, taking away from the reception itself.
3. It’s a superstitious tradition and isn’t relevant anymore.
4. Possibility of injury as guests rush to catch the bouquet.

Reasons to keep the bouquet toss tradition alive:
1. It’s a fun tradition and guests expect it {especially older guests}.
2. It’s another way to get guests interacting out on the dance floor.

Alternatives to the traditional bouquet toss
1. Don’t single out the single ladies. Ask all the women {married and single} to participate.
2. Honor the longest married couple with your bouquet.
3. Honor your parents with your bouquet.
4. Honor your grandparents with your bouquet.
5. Throw a break-away bouquet {3 small bouquets tied together}. Tradition is kept and not only will the luck be spread around, there is less likelihood of someone getting hurt in the process.


So what do you think?

Should the bouquet toss stay, or go? Why?






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