Wedding speeches normally follow a certain order
Wedding speeches normally follow a certain order however this can be changed to suit your own arragement and circumstances.Usually the bride’s father or or a close friend gives a speech about the bride and groom, ending with a toast.
Next The groom stands up and thanks the speech maker and delivers his own speech followed by the best man who accepts the speech on behalf of the bridesmaids and thanks the groom. He then delivers a speech about the bride and groom’s parents.
If you are to make a speech
If you are to make a speech, you should prepare your speech well in advance, trying to make a speech up off the top of your head is a recipe for disaster. Rehearse your speech and practice it over and over do this in a mirror and then with a friend. Dont use long sentences and try to make the speech flow naturally. Use notes on index cards to remind you of your next topic.
Dont rush your speech, take your time and speak slowly and clearly If you get stuck just take a deep breath and have reminder card ready for this. Lastly remember to thank the previous speaker and dont foget the toast.