A Practical Guide for Delivering an Unforgettable Wedding Speech
Your wedding day should be the most important day of your life. It is the day when all your friends and family, as well as the friends and family of your husband-to-be, gather together to celebrate your big day. Unless you are lucky enough to be able to afford a wedding planner, you will have so many things to think about and plan, from the pre-wedding parties to the wedding ceremony and reception, and even the honeymoon.
As part of your wedding day, it is expected that certain people in your wedding party give speeches to congratulate you on your newly married status and also to tell a few stories about you and the groom. To a certain extent, you don’t need to worry about this aspect of the wedding, unless you intend to make a speech yourself. However, you will want to have an input into who makes the speeches and how long they are because this will have a roll-on effect on everything else that happens at your wedding reception.
Who gives the speeches and toasts at your wedding really depends on what you want. It is traditional for the male side of the wedding party only to give speeches. You may even want to cut this down further and just ask the best man and groom to give a speech. Then again, you may want to laugh in the face of tradition and make sure the female side of the wedding party, including yourself, have the chance to say something. Of course, you will need to check with everyone that they are happy to give a speech. The groom and best man probably won’t have much choice, but others may prefer to stay quiet and simply listen to what the main members of the wedding party have to say.
By Author Natasja Hellenthal
I bought this book on Amazon.co.uk. This is THE BOOK to prepare and create your wedding speech! I was searching for a book like this as one of my best friends is getting married, so naturally my speech has to be perfect! There are so many tips and ideas to start you off with that I will be telling other people about it too. It has many chapters for different speeches, best man, bridesmaids, grooms etc, so take your pick!
By Vanessa D.
I bought this book along with the authors book on wedding planning as I am the upcoming maid of honor to my best friends wedding. Never having given a speech before at a wedding, I knew I needed to do my homework when it came to delivering one during the reception. While this book provide information on what my speech could contain....
By Author Cliff Roberts
No more freezing in public. Wow a great guide that anyone can use to help make themselves look like a pro speaker....
*Order of the Speeches and when to use them
* How to Deliver a Great Speech
* Tips for Father of the Bride Speeches
* Examples of Father of the Bride Speeches
* Tips for Mother of the Bride Speeches
* Examples of Mother of the Bride Speeches
* Tips for Father of the Groom Speeches
* Examples of Father of the Groom Speeches
* Tips for Mother of the Groom Speeches
* Examples of Mother of the Groom Speeches
* Tips for Speeches by the Groom
* Examples of Speeches by the Groom
* Tips for Speeches for the Bride
* Examples of Speeches for the Bride
* Tips for Best Man Speeches
* Examples of Best Man Speeches
* Tips for Maid of Honor or Bridesmaid Speeches
* Examples of Maid of Honor/Bridesmaid Speeches
* And much more!
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Don't make another wedding speech without this book! The book contains proven techniques and strategies; anyone can learn to deliver the most memorable wedding speech.From the Inside Flap:
It is not traditional for female members of the wedding party to give any kind of speech at a wedding reception. Public speaking would usually be left to the male side of the wedding party. However, women's independence has come a long way over the past few decades and it is now becoming more acceptable for the mothers of the bride and groom, the bride herself, and even the bridesmaids to give speeches.
If it is decided that the female side of the wedding party to give speeches, the usual order of all the speeches would be as follows:
· Father of the bride
· Mother of the bride
· Father of the groom
· Mother of the groom
· Best Man
· Bridesmaids/Maid of Honor
That is, of course, a lot of speeches to get through; even if each person only speaks for three or four minutes, there could easily be over half an hour of speeches, by which time the guests could be bored out of their minds. Bear in mind that it is incredibly hard to keep a speech to just a few minutes and some people will go well over. It will then be hard to ask them to stop mid-speech and then there's hardly any time left for other activities.
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