We’re coming up to the busiest and most romantic time of the year here in the northern hemisphere … the wedding season. If you will be giving a speech at a wedding this year you’ll find this handy guide very helpful … 12 articles packed with tips and inspiration for you. And in addition to the traditional speech-making roles we have some ideas for other family members and friends who want to get up and “say a few words.” Enjoy!
It won’t be long now until the first rash of spring weddings springs itself upon us. If you are any one of the following, there’s plenty of help here on HTWB to make sure your speech is just what you want to make your day even more special.
Here on HTWB you’ll find help to put your speech together if you’re…
He gets up and talks about the bride – usually makes her squirm with embarrassment with anecdotes of her aged 5 with her teddy bears and dolls!
He welcomes the guests to the wedding and the groom and his family into his own. He will also thank people for their efforts in the wedding preparations (especially the bride’s mother, if appropriate) and mention special guests who can’t be present.
For a list of ALL our articles on wedding speeches for everyone from groom to granny, click here.
Writing your own wedding vows is becoming more and more important now that increasing number of both gay and straight couples are choosing the less traditional approaches to both religious and civil marriages.
I was delighted to discover recently that one of my lovely Blog Writing News subscribers, Nadine Amore, is a non-denominational Minister and Wedding Officiant based in Ohio, USA. So I asked her to share her advice with us here … [Read more…]
As a senior manager at my company I’ve been asked to say a few words at our Holidays party on behalf of “the workers…” I know what basic things I should say but hell – it’s the Holidays, so I know I should lighten up a bit. But that will be hard for me as I’m not what you’d
call a “showman.” What do you recommend?
Aaron from San Diego [Read more…]
Having written literally thousands of speeches for clients over many years, I firmly believe in the discipline scripts provide so that from there, you make a natural yet well structured presentation.