Sunday, November 24, 2013
Although this blog will focus more on father of the groom speech examples and ideas, I thought I could share some tips for the bride's father also, since the template of the wedding toast is somehow similar. If your daughter is getting married, you have to prepare a speech for her wedding, no matter how much you hate it or now. I know, giving a speech can be a difficult task, especially if it's your first one, but don't worry, it's not as scary as it seems. You just have to make a plan of action and create your speech based on a template, and that's what I'll show you in this article.
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Wedding Speech Order
There are different traditions as far as wedding speech order is concerned. Some people respect one type of order, while others prefer to change this order. Generally, it’s for the maid of honor and the best man to open the wedding speeches. Regardless of this – whether they are to begin or only to speak later – the following speeches are the bride’s parents’ speeches and then the groom’s parents’ speeches.
Having that said, you will probably be the 3rd or 5th person to speak. That’s important because it gives you additional time to feel more relaxed and then you can even be inspired or make references to the other speeches you just heard.
Father of the Groom Speech Example
To proceed with our presentation, we will now include a simple father of the groom speech example. This template is not a fixed rule, many elements of the speech presented here can be changed if it’s required. However, regardless of the changes you make, remember to be original and remember to keep your family in mind, to keep your son’s desires and character in mind while speaking.
“Dear guests,I am very proud of my son today and so happy to give this speech. Thanks everybody for being here, it’s a wonderful atmosphere and no words can describe the real values and happiness that can be felt here. I appreciate that even with many efforts, some of you made it after long hours of traveling.