15 Spanish Father and Daughter Songs
Want to find Spanish father and daughter songs? Here are 15 ones you can choose from. Listen to them and choose one that you and your father love both!
You have the flowers picked out for the altar, the programs are freshly printed and you are confident your flower girl will make it down the aisle without a single tear or tantrum, but have you considered what will be playing while your guests arrive and patiently wait for the ceremony to begin? The wedding prelude songs are a small yet crucial detail of your wedding ceremony. These songs will help set the mood for the ceremony and offer a light background music that can be more inviting that silence. If you need some help creating your pre-ceremony song list, we listed a few great suggestions just for you.
This instrumental cover of Christina Perry’s A Thousand Years is the perfect song to welcome your guests to the ceremony. The perfect combination of piano and cello offers a sweet melody that is soft and romantic.
This melodic song was adapted from Antonin Dvorak’s Symphony No. 9 from the New World, the lyrics were written by his student William Arms Fisher in 1922. It offers a beautiful mix of spiritual choir music that is fitting for any religious wedding ceremony.
Originally composed in 1717, this song offers a wonderful classical addition to your prelude song list. It offers a slightly more fun and airy arrangement that is sure to set a more vibrant tone for the ceremony. This song is also versatile, making it suitable for any type of ceremony from traditional to informal.
The original score of Anton Rubenstein’s Romance was first printed in 1859. A simple and traditional piano tune that is fitting for formal and informal settings and can be easily performed by the church organist. Ask them to add in the violin music for an even more beautiful welcoming song.
A beautiful composition with sweet lyrics that tell about the feeling of looking at your lover's smile, this is one song you will want to include in your song list. With a slightly more upbeat tempo, it can set the mood for the rest of the celebrations to come.
What fairytale wedding would be complete without this Disney classic from Cinderella as one of your wedding prelude songs? The song made its first debut in the 1950’s and since then the classic Cinderella story has been what little girls dreamt about for years. Since then the song has seen a number of updates and newer renditions, all of which are fitting for your pre-ceremony playlist.
Paul McCartney dedicated this song to his wife when it was originally released in 1970, which makes it perfectly fitting to play right before you say ‘I do’. Maybe I’m amazed by how perfectly this song sums up the feelings of true love.
Whether you are a country fan or not, the song's lyrics will resonate with anyone. Simply a beautiful song to mark such a significant milestone in the happy couple’s life and the one they are about to build together.
This folk indie song is an incredible combination of powerful lyrics and well-written music. Singer Marketa Irglova described the song as a perspective on hope, which at the end of the day is the one thing that connects us all. What better song to play before you commit to a new life with the one you love?
A simple and sweet country song that will fill your ceremony location with all the warm and fuzzies is this beautiful song from the Zac Brown Band.
This traditional folk song is a great addition to your pre-ceremony playlist. It is a short and simple song that you can softly play as the background music while your guest mingles before taking their seats.
This upbeat Christian pop song is a fun addition to throw into your religious ceremony prelude song list. The name can perfectly sum up everything about your big day.
Many people are familiar with this classical score from Vivaldi. This is one of the best wedding prelude songs to play as your guests begin to arrive for the ceremony, especially for those early afternoon spring ceremonies.
Glenn Miller and His Orchestra was famous for their big band and swing sound. This song is not as big as most of the other releases, which makes it a great option for your prelude wedding song list.
Kenny G. is widely known for his musical achievements playing the saxophone and this is one of his most widely recognized songs. With a beautiful piano accompaniment and additional background sounds, this is one of the most romantic songs you can play right before your ceremony begins.
As one of Beethoven's most popular classical composition, this is a great addition for any traditional wedding ceremony. This masterful piece provides a warm and inviting welcome to your guests as they enter and take their seats for the ceremony.
“All I ever needed was the one” are just a few of lyrics that make this song undeniably moving. With a beautiful piano playing along, this song by Elton John will certainly have everyone feeling the love.
While the original song was sung by Bryan Adams and released in 1985, the female vocals offer a more delicate touch. This slowed down version from DJ Sammy is a more raw and stripped down version that is perfect to play before your ceremony begins.
This is one of the wedding prelude songs that many church organists should be familiar with. It is a traditional religious hymn that was originally published in 1680. Johann G. Walther was just one of the many composers who wrote an organ score for the hymn.
If you are looking to add something more modern but without all the pop, then this is the perfect addition for your pre-ceremony playlist. The lyrics ask the all the questions which you will be saying “I do” to in just a few short moments.
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, Mozart (1787)
At Last, Etta James (1960)
Wedding Song, The Band (1974)
Angel Eyes, Jim Brickman (1995)
Colorblind, Counting Crows (1999)
The Scientist, Coldplay (2002)
Don’t Let Go, Bryan Adams and Sarah McLachlan (2002)
The Reason, Hoobastank (2003)
All That I Am, Rob Thomas (2005)
Your Song, Ellie Goulding (2010)