Spring is here and if you are in your twenties or thirties, you know that spring means wedding season. Numerous weekends will be ruined for the next few months as you travel to the most inconvenient, out-of-the-way towns, pay too much for a bad hotel room and eat lousy catered…
This is something EVERYONE should read. And if you know a guy (your dad, fiancé, or friend) who will give a wedding speech one day soon, please send this along. The guide below by Wedding Speech Coach outlines that perfect way to give a good speech.
This infographic by Sheraton Athlone Hotel provide tips on how to write the perfect wedding speech, whether you’re one half of the marrying couple, the best man, maid of honour or father of the bride. The best wedding speeches are light-hearted but still heartfelt, an ideal mixture of good spirits and unmistakable affection towards the bride and groom.
http://www.weddingnortheast.co.uk/groom-wedding-speech-tips-and-other-wedding-speeches/ Most wedding speeches are today delivered as a ritual. The bride's father is too busy making wedding arrangements and has not spent sufficient time reciting his wedding speech; the groom is too overwhelmed by the occasion to stand up and deliver the groom wedding speech; and the Best Man is busy
It doesn’t matter whether you’re performing the bridesmaid speech, best man speech, father of the bride speech or the groom wedding speech. Giving a wedding speech or a wedding toast can be nerve racking. It doesn’t have to be if you follow some basic rules and do some preparation work. Read more at http://www.topweddingsites.com/wedding-blog/guides-wedding-tools/ready-set-deliverthe-best-wedding-speech-or-toast-ever