Dad Signs ‘I Loved Her First’ For Wedding Surprise And Bride Cries

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One bride cries after receiving a touching gift from her dad on her wedding day. And it’s safe to say that there were other wet eyes at the reception during the tear-jerking moment!

There is truly nothing like the relationship between a father and his daughter. It's a special bond that can't quite be described and there is a love that knows no bounds.

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Throughout her life, a daughter will lean on her father and look up to him as a role model for the man should she aspire to find. One of the most important moments in a woman's life is the day that she gets married. It's a time when she stands with the love of her life and they make a commitment to one another in front of God and family.

There are so many special moments throughout the day, especially those shared between the father and bride-to-be. Not only does he walk her down the aisle and give her away, but they also share a special dance at the wedding reception.

Bride Cries During Her Father’s Wedding Surprise

This father decided to something different for this traditional dance and stood in front of the couple with a microphone. He shared with the crowd that years ago, the bride was in a terrible accident. It left her in the hospital with her jaw wired shut.

The bride had a difficult time communicating and no one could understand her sign language. This moment inspired the father of the bride to learn the signs for the country song ‘I Loved Her First.'

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In front of the all the guest and the new couple, the father emotionally signed this song for his baby girl. There were more than a few tears shed during this unforgettable song.

Watch the beautiful moment and the bride’s emotional reaction below*.

*Please Note: Facebook removed the music from the original video, but you can listen to the song below.

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