The tiara, the change of shoes, and the last doll are some of the basic elements of every quinceanera. However, we dare to say the Quinceanera waltz is the most important part of the celebration due to its meaning.
Selecting among the most popular Quinceanera waltzes is not an easy decision to make. You want to pick a song with a meaning behind it for both you and your dad, but you also want your guests to take part of your emotional ride.
Here are the top five most popular quinceañera waltzes:
“Stand by Me” by Prince Royce, or the original version…
This 1960’s classic adapted to bachata is a lovely song to dance to with your dad. The older audience will enjoy the forever-classic while younger audience will dance to its beat.
El Vals de las Mariposas by Cheyo Carrillo, or the original version…
This classic, enchanting slow song, revamped by Cheyo Carrillo, our favorite chambelan, is the perfect Quinceanera waltz.
“My Heart Will Go On” by Celine Dion
This Titanic hit is loved by most. Relive Jack Dawson and Rose’s romance while sharing the dance floor with your dad, damas and chambelanes.
“Tiempo de Vals” by Chayanne
This all-time classic doesn’t seem to lose it charms; even decades after its release, it continues to be among Quinceaneras’ favorite waltz.
“El Privilegio de Amar” by Mijares
Written by Jorge Avendaño especially for his daughter’s fifteen birthday, this is one of the most special songs to dance to, perhaps with both your parents. The lyrics will hit tremendously close to home and it is a guaranteed success at any Quinceanera.
Which one will you pick? Comment below!