Adorable Father And Daughter Wedding Dance Takes Us Through The Decades

by Catie Keck
Catie Keck is a New York-based staff writer at LittleThings who has produced work for various web and print publications.

The parent-child dances at any wedding are enough to put a smile on the face of bystanders, but this particular one between a daughter and her father is especially adorable.

The pair dance sweetly for their father daughter dance to a cover of “Brown Eyed Girl,” but it’s after the disc jockey stops abruptly that things get crazy. The Bee Gees’ “Night Fever” hit the loud speakers and suddenly the pair are channeling a bygone disco era. When the music switches up again, they’re in the ’80s Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean,” channeling the icon’s signature move. They groove into Sugarhill Gang’s “Apache” with matching choreography and cheers from their onlookers (dad’s moves are especially wonderful here).

Fast forward twenty years in this mashup of classics and the two are stepping to ‘N Sync’s new millennium single “Bye Bye Bye.” And no dance for the ages would be complete without a little Beyoncé, so “Crazy In Love” makes the mix, as well. The father-daughter duo round out their silly routine with Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass.”

The sweetest moment happens around the 3:00 mark; I’m not going to ruin it for you, but you’ll have a tough time trying not to crack a grin.

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