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Wedding Speech Etiquette – Not Set in Stone

Traditionally, wedding speech etiquette dictated that the order of speeches was as follows: Father of the bride welcomes the guests and thanks the organisers of the wedding. He will reminisce about his daughter’s childhood and doubtless cause her great embarrassment. He’ll welcome the groom to the family and toast the bride or the bride and […]

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Give the Best Wedding Speech

Give the best wedding speech…while still being scared to death ! Okay, the day is coming and you have to give a wedding speech. Next to death public speaking is the only other thing you may fear. And lets face it, how often do you give speeches ! Thoughts of movies like the Wedding Singer […]

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Wishes for the Bride and Groom

What would one usually wish to the bride and groom during their wedding ceremony? I’m going to a wedding tonight Ineed to make a nice speech and I need ideas on my wishes to them thank you

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Wedding toast/speech help?

Wedding toast/speech help? From Sister of the Groom? I need to prepare a special occasion speech for a public speaking class. 3-5 minutes long. I am doing a toast for my brother’s wedding. It’s only 1 minute so far… Good evening everyone. It is with great joy that I say congratulations to my brother Craig […]

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Welcome to the Family Speech

I have to give a welcome to the family speech for my brother’s bride to be. Anyone have any suggestions.? She is a sweet girl and we love her to pieces. I want her to know how much we adore yet make it lite hearted. Any suggestions would be welcomed. Its a destination wedding.

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