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A Father-Daughter Dance You Can Boogie To

posted by Jennifer E. Jones

The father-daughter dance at a wedding is usually a tender moment. After the bride and groom have their first dance, the father of the bride comes up, cuts in and spends on last moment on the dance floor with his little girl.

I’ve seen ones so wonderfully sweet that it could almost make you cry. But I’ve never seen one that made me want to dance too… until now.


Check out this father and daughter from Houston, Texas, who cut a rug in the most memorable way.



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Anna C

posted November 4, 2011 at 10:06 pm


That was so fun, but I couldn’t stop thinking about how beautiful her dress was!



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Jack Barrett

posted November 16, 2011 at 9:35 pm


One of the best dances I’ve seen since my DJ career began –so much creativity!
I’m used to getting requests for warm inviting songs like “Always Daddy” and “I Hope You Dance”
This is quite different not a lovey dovey type but fun anyway



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Marsha Fields

posted February 9, 2012 at 2:11 pm


This is a memory that will live forever in this brides heart…. Her dad was there for her and showed his daughter the love from his very being….. How precious is that!!!!!!!!!!!!



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