Your groom is the most amazing man on Earth – that’s why you’re marrying him, in the end. Naturally, you want his wedding speech to be amazing and memorable – but what are the things he should definitely know before he even starts writing the toast?
We have gathered some of the most important groom’s speech tips you should know – so read on and find out more.
- He should mention your parents. Traditionally, the parents of the bride are the ones hosting (and supporting the cost of) the wedding. Since this is not true in modern days, your groom will most likely have to mention your parents not as the hosts, but as the ones who have raised the most beautiful lady under the sky: you.
- He should also mention your bridesmaids. Pay attention, though: he shouldn’t spend too much time on this. Just an acknowledgement and a thank you should be more than enough.
- The main focus of the speech should be his bride. However, if he wants to mention his Best Man, he can do this as well (as long as the Best Man doesn’t take center stage in the speech).
- Brides can deliver speeches too (and they are actually encouraged). Still, this doesn’t mean the groom is exempt from delivering his own speech. If both of you want to say a few words, make sure to keep it short and sweet on both sides – the last thing you want is a bored wedding audience.
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