Heartfelt Father-Daughter Dance Mirrors Moment 30 Years Prior

One bride’s father-daughter dance was 30 years in the making as the two reenacted a moment they shared decades earlier. 

Weddings and all the events surrounding them are fantastic, heartfelt and emotional occasions. They are events filled with laughter, joy and a few tears as well. There are a number of traditions during both the wedding and the following reception that often bring about tears from those in attendance.

One of those moments that typically causes people to shed a tear or two or three is the father-daughter dance. A video posted on TikTok shows how a bride and her father created a special moment by recreating a dance that took place 30 years earlier, according to Sunny Skyz

The short, 1-minute clip shows the bride and her dad strutting their stuff on the dance floor as a video of them 30 years earlier plays right above them. In the video, from decades ago, and at their reception, they dance to “Tale as Old as Time” from the Disney animated classic “Beauty and the Beast.”

The bride and her dad somehow match their moves pretty well with the old video. Sure, the young woman is now standing on the ground, no longer held by her dad, but their moves, turns and spins are still very close to their original dance. 

In the old video, the bride, as a child, can even be heard trying to sing along with the song. Several of those in attendance let out a collective laugh at the child’s attempt to sing along with Angela Lansbury. 

What a sweet moment between the bride and her dad. It’s one that both will forever cherish and never forget for the rest of their lives. 

The clip of the special moment between the bride and her father has been watched more than two million times. 

Proverbs 22:6 “If a child is trained up in the right way, even when he is old, he will not be turned away from it.”

Source: TikTok
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