A wedding speech may superficially seem a one-day affair. In actual sense, the words spoken on the sacred day have an everlasting impact. We understand the importance of wedding speeches and offer invaluable tips for making the speeches truly memorable.
Wedding speeches are conventional in nature. Usually, the bride’s father, the groom, the best man and maid of honor present wedding speeches. The tone of the speech is usually impersonal. It may as well carry sentimental or humorous undertones to suit the situation. You can seek our assistance to add an extra charm to your speeches.
Unlike conventional formats, our speech formats do not follow any fixed pattern. We can mould them as required by the situation and interests of the couple. The formal sequence of speakers is Father of the bride, the Groom, Maid of honor and the Best man. These days, even the bride participates in the speech giving process.
The eldest figure, the bride’s father opens the speech. Typically, he expresses a vote of thanks to the guests and elucidates his daughter’s nature. You can use famous poetic quotes to add an extra edge to your speeches. Our format for the groom’s speech is predominantly formal in nature. We make sure that the speech highlights the essentials and virtues associated with a family life. Our focus for the groom’s speech is entirely on love, loyalty and fidelity.
The maid of honor’s speech is next to the groom’s speech. The tone of speech should friendly and sentimental. You can include flashbacks of their childhoods to show mutual companionship. The final and most entertaining speech is that of the best man. Best man’s speech may include slight undertones of humor and wit, and it normally does. Our highly skilled speech artists can help you in enhancing the effect of your speech. They not only provide tips for content building but also assist in developing requisite tones and attire for the purpose.
Wedding speeches, in totality, aim to strengthen relationships and assure life-long love and commitment. You must prepare and rehearse well in advance to ensure an effective and memorable wedding speech.