Next up, the Bride & Groom Speech!

Next up, the Bride & Groom Speech!

Bride and groom holding wedding champagne glasses.

The moment you’ve all been waiting for; the Bride and Groom speech! Writing your speech can be nerve-racking and intimidating. With a ton of emotion involved it is often difficult to know where to begin. Here are a few pointers to get you started:

  1. Plan ahead – Do not wait until the last minute. Avoid writing your speech the night before your wedding. You’ll feel panicked and rushed, and you may forget key points that you want to address. The night before the wedding is overwhelming, especially with the crazy amounts of emotions. With chaos in the wedding house and guests all around, finding a quiet time to sit down and begin writing likely won’t happen. Give yourself enough time to really think about what you want to say, and how you want to say it.
  1. Have a little fun – We know your speech will address all the emotions you’ve been feeling throughout the wedding planning process, but it’s also okay to keep it light and fun. Add in a little joke or two to take the weight off the seriousness of the speech and keep your guests engaged. Friendly language can also make a big impact. Keep it simple, fun and emotional.
  1. The Key Players – Don’t forget to mention the key players in planning your wedding. Whether it be your family, friends or wedding planner a little thank you goes a long way. Take the time to make those around you feel special and touched by your words. Tell them how much you appreciate their unconditional love and support.
  1. Practice! – This goes hand in hand with planning ahead. Go through your speech at least one, if not twice. Does it flow? Did you forget to mention a special someone? When you practice your speech out loud you’ll get a sense of how it will sound to the audience, and if your emotions are coming across as you hope.

Now that you’ve nailed down the key points, grab a pen and paper and start writing!

Stay dashing!
xo

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