Updated: Nov 8
Halifax DJ Services recommends some wedding Music for 2023!
Check out some new tracks by Atlantic Pro DJ for your wedding, first dances , father and daughter dance, mother and son dance and more.
Selecting the perfect music for the formal dances at a wedding is a crucial aspect of creating a memorable and enjoyable experience for both the couple and their guests.
When it comes to these special moments, such as the first dance, father-daughter dance, and mother-son dance, the right song can enhance the emotional resonance of the occasion.
For the first dance, the chosen song should hold sentimental value for the couple. It could be the one that played during their first date or a tune that symbolizes their journey together. This personal touch adds depth and meaning to the dance.
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Here are some Newer First dances by Atlantic Pro DJ
Kane Brown – Worship You
Ed Sheeran – One Life
Jake Scott – Favorite T-Shirt (Acoustic)
Luke Combs – Forever After All
Forest Blakk – Fall Into Me
Dan + Shay – Glad You Exist
Dan + Shay – Steal My Love
Ashe & FINNEAS – Till Forever Falls Apart
Surf Mesa, Madison Beer – Carried Away (Love To Love)
Jake Scott Tuesday
Father & Daughter Dance | Mother and Son Dance Ideas
The father-daughter dance is a cherished tradition. Opt for a song that reflects the unique bond between them. It could be a track that holds significance in their relationship or a melody with lyrics that resonate with their emotions.
Similarly, the mother-son dance deserves a song that encapsulates their relationship. It might be a tune that brings back fond memories or a piece that conveys the depth of their love and appreciation.
Father and Daughter Dance Songs | Groom and Mother
Recommended by Halifax DJ Company. AtlanticPro DJ & AV
Jax – Like My Father
Thomas Rhett – Things Dads Do
Camila Cabello – First Man
MaRynn Taylor – Dads and Daughters
Zac Brown Band – The Man Who Loves You The Most
Zac Brown Band – I’ll Be Your Man (Song For A Daughter)
Lee Brice – The Best Part Of Me
Kane Brown – For My Daughter
Jason Blaine – Dance With My Daughter
This Dance Thomas Scott
Chris Lane – That’s What Mamas Are For
Tip #1 for choosing the music - Reach out and ask
Don't for get to reach out to the person you will be dancing with. They might have special memory of you that is sparked by a song. For example a father may have a memory of a song that his daughter stood on his toes as they dance.
The Bride might never know it happened . But to the father it was special. So don't be afraid to ask.
One line that makes your memory flash back to a moment!
The chosen song should be important to the people dancing, It could be that the actual song is the memory, A song they use to dance to, or an artist they both like.
Or it could be just one line in the song thats special. My wedding song Bright Eyes- First day of my life. Besides it being a great fall in love song there is one line that reminds us of a special moment.
Remember the time you drove all night
Just to meet me in the morning?
I was Traveling Newfoundland as a DJ For the Pepsi Video Road Show and my then Girlfriend ( Now wife) got a bus 800 Km to come spend a day with me.
"Where words fail, Music Speaks" – Hans Christian Anderson
The final thought on sing selection
Ultimately, the key is to choose music that speaks to the hearts of the couple and their loved ones.
By carefully selecting songs that hold personal meaning, the formal dances at a wedding become more than just steps on a dance floor – they become cherished moments in time.