Best Father and Daughter Dance Ideas From Social Media

The Father of the Bride deserves his special moment, and there’s no better time than in the Father – Daughter Dance. These top-liked songs based on Facebook and Pinterest Likes this past month.

A Song For My Daughter

Ray Allaire

Butterfly Kisses

Bob Carlisle

I Loved Her First


Daddy Dance With Me

Krystal Keith

My Little Girl

Tim McGraw

Close To You

The Carpenters

Dance With My Father

Luther Vandross

Letting Go

Suzy Bogguss

I Hope You Dance

Lee Ann Womack


Elton John


Kelly Osbourne & Ozzy Osbourne

I Turn To You

Christina Aguilera

In My Arms

Mark Wills

Angels Among Us


Beautiful In My Eyes

Joshua Kadison

Flying Without Wings

Ruben Studdard

Have I Told You Lately That I Love You

Rod Stewart

I Am Your Child 

Barry Manilow

My Girl



Tim McGraw

Always Be Your Baby

Natalie Grant


Maura O'Connell

Daddy's Girl

Red Sovine

Daddy's Hands

Holly Dunn

Daddy's Little Girl

Michael Bolton

I'll Stand By You


In My Daughter's Eyes

Martina McBride

In My Life

The Beatles

Then They Do

Trace Adkins

You Are The Sunshine Of My Life

Stevie Wonder

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Top Father & Daughter Dance Songs from Summer of 2015

Top Father Daughter Songs from 2015 from the Wedding DJs at 1-800-DIsc Jockey

1 Heartland I Loved Her First

2 Tim McGraw My Little Girl

3 Bob Carlisle Butterfly Kisses

4 Temptations My Girl

5 Rascal Flatts My Wish

6 Louis Armstrong What A Wonderful World

7 Chuck Wicks Stealing Cinderella

8 Frank Sinatra The Way You Look Tonight

9 Stevie Wonder Isn't She Lovely

10 Edwin McCain Walk With You

11 Krystal Keith Daddy Dance With Me

12 Beatles In My Life

13 Celine Dion Because You Loved Me

14 Nat King Cole Unforgettable

15 Darius Rucker It Won't Be Like This For Long

16 Bruce Springsteen When You Need Me

17 Paul Simon Father And Daughter

18 Israel Kamakawiwo'ole Somewhere Over The Rainbow / What A Wonderful World

19 Lee Ann Womack I Hope You Dance

20 T Carter Daddy's Angel

21 Dixie Chicks Landslide

22 John Mayer Daughters

23 Rod Stewart Forever Young

24 Al Martino Daddy's Little Girl

25 Ben E. King Stand By Me

26 Van Morrison Have I Told You Lately

27 Van Morrison Brown Eyed Girl

28 Pearl Jam Daughter

29 Gary Tanner Over The Rainbow

30 Tom Petty Wildflowers

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Why an iPod Wedding is a Disaster Waiting to Happen

Arguably one of the most important inventions to emerge out of the late 20th century, the iPod has become almost as common a household device as a microwave or television. It’s portability, ease of use, ever-decreasing price-point and impressive storage capabilities make it a must-have for any music lover and its playlist settings can turn almost anyone into an amateur DJ. Unfortunately, these conveniences coupled with an unstable economy have encouraged an increasing number of couples to rely on their iPods for entertainment at their wedding resulting in some major disappointment. Here are a few of the biggest reasons why an iPod wedding is nothing more than a disaster waiting to happen:

Perhaps the biggest disadvantage of relying on an iPod to entertain your guests is the fact that an iPod can only play songs. It can’t announce your wedding party as they enter the reception. It can’t announce your father/daughter, mother/son or first dance song. It won’t tell you when it’s time for the bride and groom to cut the cake, let all the single men and ladies know when the garter and bouquet are about to be tossed and it can’t be called upon to adlib some humor and narration during your photo or video presentation. All it can do is play music.

While its true anyone can create a terrific playlist, playlists do not allow for requests. More importantly, when your guests aren’t feeling the music and the dance floor is empty, you need to pick things up a bit. An iPod can’t read a crowd. It doesn’t automatically know which songs will liven up your guests, which songs will encourage the most reluctant to get up on the dance floor or what to play when its time to slow things back down again. If a song isn’t working, only a live DJ will be able to quickly fade into a more appropriate song.

On top of an iPod’s inability to interact with a crowd, it can’t offer you extras that will save you money in the long run. These can include colorful uplighting to enrich the atmosphere of your celebration or a photo booth to capture memorable moments you might have otherwise missed with your guests.

No happily married couple wants their wedding to be forgotten. Entrusting your wedding entertainment to a live, professional DJ will ensure that your wedding is as memorable as you always dreamed it would be. To find the most experienced, professional wedding DJs available in your area, consult a reputable online agency that will allow you to search and compare all the best DJs by location, specialty and price point.