How to Choose a Fantastic Mother Son Wedding Dance Song
To commemorate your special relationship with your dear old mom, you should choose a mother son wedding dance song that celebrates your special bond. When it comes to relationships between the couple getting married and their parents, it’s the bride and her father that tend to get the spotlight, and it’s not hard to see why. Most brides, dedicate a lot of thought to the song that they are going to dance with their dads to. But what about that special mother son relationship? There is another parent-child dance that deserves just as much thought and attention – the dance the groom shares with his mother.
There really isn’t anything that can describe the relationship that a mother shares with her son, and for that reason, all of you grooms out there, you really need to take the time to put some good thought into the song you are going to dance with your mother to on your wedding day. Even if dancing isn’t exactly your forte, your mother deserves more than a song that you picked at the last minute because you thought it would be alright. The more thought you put in to your selection and the more meaningful the song is, the more special your mother will feel on your wedding day.
How can you pick a mother son wedding dance song that’s a winner? Here are some suggestions to help you pick something that will make your mom swell with pride and pretty much guarantee a few tears are shed. Here are our tips to pick the best mother son wedding dance song.
A Childhood Song
Did your mom sing a special song to you when you were a kid? If so, it may be the perfect choice for your mother-son dance. At my brother’s wedding, for example, he danced with my mom to an old Irish lullaby that she used to rock him to. Believe me, there was barely a dry eye when they danced to this song.
Focus on Her Name
There are dozens and dozens of songs that are dedicated to ladies names, and perhaps there is one that focuses on your mother’s name. If it’s an appropriate song (not a heavy metal ballad – unless that’s really the type of relationship the two of you share and it would work with your wedding), you might want to consider using it for your mother-son dance.
Remember that Concert
Did you and your mom ever go to a concert together? If so, think about the song that you both rocked out to and choose that for your wedding song. The tune will immediately make both of you think about that awesome experience you had together, and she’ll be elated that you remembered.
Ask for Her Input
If you really don’t have the first clue as to what song your mother would like, ask her for her input. Ladies tend to be way more sentimental than guys (sorry grooms, but it’s true) and you’re mom may be better equipped to select a great song. And, you might be surprised to find that she already has a song in mind!
Still don’t know where to start? Check out Our List:
The Best Mother Son Wedding Dance Songs
Close Your Eyes – Michael Bublé
Days Like This – Van Morrison
Don’t Blink – Kenny Chesney
God Only Knows – The Beach Boys
Home – Jack Johnson
How Long Will I Love You – Ellie Goulding
Humble and Kind – Tim McGraw
I’ll Stand By You – The Pretenders
Kind & Generous – Natalie Merchant
Mom – Meghan Trainor
Moon River – Audrey Hepburn
Mother Like Mine – The Band Perry
My Wish – Rascal Flatts
Old Pine – Ben Howard
Simple Man – Lynyrd Skynrd
Unforgettable – Nat King Cole and Natalie Cole
You Are the Sunshine of My Life – Stevie Wonder
You’ll Be in My Heart – Phil Collins
Want more songs? Check out our playlist of best mother son wedding dance songs.