Dear Groom-to-be, Are you frustrated and stuck for words? Are your stressed about what to write? Are you worried about whether your speech will be good or not? Giving a groom’s speech is no piece of cake. In fact, if you don’t do a good job of planning for it, there’s a good chance you could end you ...
Are you frustrated and stuck for words?
Are your stressed about what to write?
Are you worried about whether your speech will be good or not?
Giving a groom’s speech is no piece of cake.
In fact, if you don’t do a good job of planning for it, there’s a good chance you could end you flopping.
Either you’ll do a bad job of writing the speech, so that it doesn’t contain beautiful anecdotes, thoughtful and charming comments about your bride, and praise and thanks for your parents, friends, and best man; or you’ll deliver it poorly, so it sounds wooden or unrehearsed.
Either way, few things are worse than delivering an embarrassingly bad groom’s speech. It will literally make you look bad in front of all of you friends and family members, as well as all of your new bride’s friends and family members.
So What’s the Best Way to Write a Compelling and Emotional Groom's Speech?
When it comes to giving a groom’s speech, there are a couple of things to keep in mind. The first is that you will most likely be giving the speech after your wife’s father speaks and before your best man speaks. For this reason, you will probably want to thank your wife’s father at the start and say something nice to your best man before he speaks.
A good groom’s speech also contains other elements: lavish thanks and praise for the bride’s parents and family, thanks to your own parents, friends, groomsmen, and best man. Additionally, the groom’s speech should say something nice to maid of honor.
Fortunately for you, you don’t need to figure out how to put all of these elements together in a way that generates a powerful, compelling speech. Instead, you can use one of the 10 templates I have prepared for you...
'Wedding Speeches for the Groom'
All you will have to do is fill in your specific information into the templates; and then begin rehearsing. Over time, your delivery will get stronger; and you will feel increasingly comfortable, which will make things easier when the big day finally arrives.
Not surprisingly, it can be a challenging endeavor to write a groom's speech.
And that is exactly why I have written this guide for people like you.
What's Inside This Guide?
In this downloadable book, I've covered 10 complete groom speeches which you can simply pick and choose to make your own memorable speech.
I have provided exact templates the speeches -- All you’ll have to do is fill in the blanks and modify the template to make them fit your particular situation, tone and style.
Word-for-word speeches you can use. You can add them to your own speech or simply copy it all!
Know exactly what to say. You simply customize it the sections like: "To my [sisters and/or brothers—list all names]..."
Know precisely what to do like "<Pick up the microphone>" - so it not just tells you what to say, but also shows you exactly what to do. You'll find these "gestures" throughout this guide.
There are several elements that any good groom’s speech should include. However, there are some elements that can be varied, including the overall “mood” of the speech.
For instance you might adopt a “humorous” tone, a “sentimental” tone, or you may simply “break the ice” for your best man without saying much at all.
Here are the types of speeches you'll find in this guide:
• Sentimental Speech I
• Sentimental Speech II
• Sentimental Speech III
• Funny/Sentimental Speech I
• Funny/Sentimental Speech II
• Funny Speech I
• Ice Breaker I (Before Best Man) - Funny
• Ice Breaker II (Before Best Man) – Funny
• Ice Breaker III (Before Father of the Bride)
• Ice Breaker IV (Before Father of the Bride)
As you can see, these speeches will surely make your speech the best speech.