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Does the bride have to make a speech?

I’m a rather shy person and don’t like making public speeches. Is it mandatory in the rule of etiquette for the bride to make a toast or speech at my rehearsal or wedding? Thanks everyone for all the great answers. I’ll have to put this one to vote because i can’t decide which to choose! […]

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How to Write Great Wedding Speeches

Weddings are always happy occasions and it is a time to celebrate the many joys of life. Friends and family of the married couple gather together and celebrate with the newly-weds as they begin their new life together. Every one of the guests wants to share in the couple’s joy, to congratulate and to wish […]

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Bride speech at her wedding?

Does the bride usually give a speech at her wedding, if so, how long? Does the maid of honnor have to give a speech?

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Speech Attention Getter

I am trying to do a bride speech and need an attention getter! My speech is tomorrow so please help asap!? I am doing my speech that I wrote for my wedding for my speech class tomorrow. The only thing is that our teacher for speech wants an attention getter and I don’t really have […]

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The Bride Wedding Speech – What to Say?

Hi there, Liz here

If you’re a bride who is going to make a speech at her wedding then you’ve come to the right place because I’ve been there and done that. And believe me, it’s not easy! My dear Dad died not long before my wedding and although my uncle stepped in to “give me away”, he didn’t really want to try to do the father of the bride speech, so I decided to do it myself.

Easily said, not so easily done!! I agonised for weeks over the alternatives: a funny speech, with typical wedding jokes; stories of my childhood; stories of how I met my husband to be?

Finally, I found help with my dilemma and I opted for a mixture of all three – no risqué jokes though, that should be left to the best man!

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