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Dear Worried Wedding Speech giver,

''I am Adams from the United States. This happened to our family prior to my daughter’s wedding and it can happen to you too unless you…

Life isn't  always fair-Is it?

Granny once said life was not fair. I found it hard to understand her words until tragedy struck our home. Words cannot adequately describe how I felt  as my  daughter’s wedding drew near.

Sadly,however,days  before  her  big  day, my wife’s brother was involved in a bloody road accident when returning home from work. His cherry-red Toyota Highlander ran into a truck. The vehicle was terribly mangled and three of his co-workers died on the spot.

When news of the disaster reached us, we were simply shocked and we couldn’t apply our minds to the wedding planning.

Our wedding plans grounded to a halt.

I wondered why that dark cloud over our roof at that crucial moment. Our hearts was in our mouth and we didn’t know what to do. We had to attend to him all the time and we lost touch with the wedding planning festivities.

We had wanted to cancel the marriage plans but we couldn’t because many of our guests had written or emailed to confirm that they were coming.

My daughter couldn’t take it . She feared her kind uncle might not been able to make it. Added to this was the fact everything had come to a halt.Sometimes, she did sob like a worried child on my wife’s shoulders but I kept reassuring her that all shall be well.

In less than two weeks to go, the doctor carried out a surgery on his right thigh. It took twelve hours for the doctors to correct a dislocated bone.

Despite the odds prevailing against us, we put our acts together to ensure nothing was left to chance. The wedding preparations resumed albeit on a rather low note.

An unusual miracle!

One sunny afternoon, something unusual occurred was awakened by the persistent cries of the home phone and so I quickly grabbed the receiver.

‘Is this Adam?’, the caller asked.

’Of course’,I countered.

‘’Michael is doing so well and we have agreed to discharged Monday afternoon.’’,she said reassuringly.

I broke the ‘’sweet’’ news of his recovery to the family and everyone was in joy. My wife knelt and raised both arms the way Holy fathers pray in a monastery. I broke down in tears of joy and tears dripped down my daughter’s soft cheeks.

It was unbelievable when we picked him up from the hospital. He didn’t suffer any bone damage.He wasn’t even hobbling.

He was the Mike we always knew! I never believed in miracles till that day I saw him walk out of the hospital with my naked eyes! Seeing the extent of damage of his auto, I thought he did come out paralyzed.

My wife came to my rescue

His remarkable recovery lifted our spirits and we worked around the clock to ensure things were properly fixed for our daughter's marriage. With less than three days to our daughter’s wedding, my wife asked, ‘’Honey, how can we make the day memorable?’’

Frankly, I couldn’t think of a neat idea. Hours later, she suggested a wedding speech. My face fell at her suggestion because I once embarrassed myself when asked to give a short speech at a family party.

‘’Emily, we better give her childhood scrapbook’’, I countered

‘’That’s OK for her but how about the guests? I read from somewhere that the giving of wedding speeches linger on their minds more than anything else. Please forget about your past public speaking failures and give it a try.’’ , She admonished

‘’OK my dear'', i replied

This goldmine was very valuable and it can help you

I must confess that I went online and scoured everywhere until I found your speech samples. It was exactly what I was looking for. It helped me to put my exact thoughts and emotions into words.

The tips on overcoming wedding speech worries abated my fears and it inspired me to develop self-confidence. It was a real blessing.

I shared the story of my brother –in-law’s incredible recovery and the challenges that ensued. Mike, my brother-in-law, my wife and daughter and some guests had moist eyes. As I blurted on, they couldn’t fight back their tears any longer.

Some of the wedding guests even shared tears. They were moved by my wedding speech. When It was over the family came to hug me and a guest thought I was a pro!

The experience was so magical. The success stories saved me.

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Giving memorable wedding speeches isn’t as difficult as you imagined it to be.''

If Adam was able to give his amid the tension in his family, you too can give yours like a pro.Forget about your past experience and ignore that voice within which seems to say you don’t have the guts to face the audience.

The truth is you can make it if you picture the benefits of saying something memorable at a wedding.

Just imagine the honor and the sense of accomplishment you will experience after you have mustered courage to give your speech.Your family and friends will come up to hug and tell you well done. Those who have aren’t better or more eloquent than you are. Just believe in your self and you can.

All you have to do is to click on the kind of wedding speech you will give and discover how

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Go click on your preferred link from the list or categories or the kind of wedding speeches you will give below to discover how they did that and how you too can do same no matter how you feel. They are a must read!

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Eulogy Speech For Daughter From Dad Or Mom

 

A Painless Guide To Writing An Inspiring Tribute For Your Dead Daughter

 

Have you lost your daughter? And are you looking for easy-to-follow tips and ideas to help you write a very moving eulogy for your daughter?

 

Just stay here for a little while and I will share with you…

  • How to write a eulogy speech for your deceased daughter
  • How to easily make use of eulogy for daughter speech examples to write a funeral speech that honors her even if you are not good with words
  • How to find the right words and phrases that will not only honor her memory but also depict her legacy
  • Plus, a whole lot more










Let’s start with this…

 

 

What Does A Mom Or Dad Say About Her Deceased Daughter?

 

I don’t know about you. But, in my culture, burying your daughter goes against the laws of nature. 

 

We believe that after you have cared for your daughter, you should live long enough to see her grow into a very old person before she gives you a befitting burial.

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That sounds like a plan. Sadly, however, life doesn’t always go as planned. It’s not fair to everyone on this lonely planet. 

 

Nonetheless, I still believe that no mom or dad should bury their daughter because it’s one of life’s most painful experiences.

 

The pain cuts so deep when you reflect on the good and bad times you have had together. It seems like only yesterday she was born and the moment they placed her into your arms, your life was infused with a love beyond all measure and understanding.

 

You watched that baby girl grow into a little girl. In a flash, she grew into a sweet girl who bloomed with promise and purpose.

 

Tribute for dead daughter

 

You constantly imagined who she would grow into and what kind of person she would marry and the grandchildren she would bore. Sure, you had your share of disagreements and conflicts but the love for her was still deep because she was everything to you.

 

Before you knew it, her breath was snuffed out. Your precious baby girl, tower of strength, your confidant, best friend and angel has gained her wings. How on earth are you going to live without her?

 

Some Words Of Comfort

 

Whether you have lost your daughter to suicide, heart attack, cancer, car accident, a fall, killed by a crazy shooter, or even through natural causes, nothing can take away the pain of losing a precious daughter who was not only your joy and pride but also the sunshine of your life.

 

Words cannot adequately express how I am feeling for the unbearable pain you are going through. I know your heart is broken into a million pieces as your grief never seems to come to an end. May you find peace and comfort in the sweet memories you shared together.

 

Well, I would encourage you to read this touching poem aloud over and over again as the days go by and it will give you some strength to cope with her loss.

 

Here it is:

 

A Mother's Grief

My heart is shattered into pieces,
Not a day goes by without seizures of weeping.
The emptiness consumes my being,
Darkness is all I see, your laughter no longer gleaming.



I long to hold you, feel your warm embrace,
But you've flown to Heaven, left this lonely place.
Not a second passes I don't say your name,
Wishing I could turn back time, erase all the pain.



In the night, I hear your sweet voice call,
A comforting song, easing my fall.
You tell me it's okay, to let go of the sorrow,
That you'll be in my heart each new tomorrow.



Our bond is unbroken, though Death parted our frames,
Your pure love and spirit, no time can ever tame.
So I'll cherish each memory with pride in my heart,
Knowing one day dear child, we forever won't part.

Until then my guiding light, you give me the will,
To pick up the pieces, and go on living still.
Your love sees me through, I cannot lose hope,
With you by my side sweet girl, I can cope.
-Unknown-

 

Well, if you need someone to talk to, just reach out to me and I will do my best to get back to you as soon as possible with some healing words since I want you to get back to your feet fast.

 

 

Steps To Writing The Perfect Eulogy For Your Daughter

 

That being said, how do you go from staring at your blank computer screen to composing yourself to writing a very heartfelt eulogy for your deceased daughter?

 

It’s easy. You just have to follow these simple steps to get it done.

  • Write down your writing goals and stick with it
  • Decide on the length of your daughter’s tribute speech
  • Find content ideas for your eulogy for daughter
  • Find eulogy for daughter examples and figure out how to make the most of them
  • Find out how to write a funeral speech for your daughter

 

OK, let’s see how you can take things one step at a time.

 

Writing your script can be a whole lot easier if you set meaningful writing goals to guide you every step of the way. That will also give you peace of mind, keep you focused and help you pick the right stories to share about her life.

 

With a pen in hand and sheet on paper, start by reflecting on these questions:

  • What do I want to say about my deceased daughter?
  • Should I write about her beautiful character traits and the joy she brought to your family and other people?
  • Should I tell a story about how she was born, the good times we had together, her love for family and friends, or what made her a very special person?

 

I have a question for you: What would you like your funeral speech to dwell on? Write it down on that sheet of paper.

 

The next thing to consider is the duration of your funeral speech. How long do you want it to last? Do you want it to be short or long? How long or short you want your tribute for your dead daughter to last depends largely on these factors:

  • How long have you been asked to speak? If you have been asked to speak for a few minutes, just stick to the time.
  • How many speakers are delivering eulogies at her celebration of life? If several people are going to say something about her, then it’s best to stay within limits so others can equally eulogize her.

 

Here’s my take on this deeply sensitive issue: I have written very long speeches and others have been brief.

 

I remember writing a eulogy that lasted a little over six minutes for a distraught man who had lost her daughter. Another eulogy lasted well below that time and it still worked for my client.  

 

Here’s something to think about: Are you thinking of making your tribute very long, long or short? The ball is in your court.

 

With that said, let’s look at…

 

How To Get Content Ideas For Your Tribute For Your Daughter

 

Here’s a mistake I see most parents make that can make their stress levels rise and disturb their peace.

 

In order to reduce the stress from their loss, they comb through a few eulogy for daughter examples they find and make changes to suit their writing needs.

 

That’s not totally wrong per se. Just that this approach is quite ineffective because every eulogy is different no matter how similar they may be because everyone has a story and everyone’s life is a memorable story no matter how you see it. 

 

Let’s look at it this way. Suppose your daughter solved a specific problem whilst she was alive. People are battling with this problem and you have told that you have to write a story about how she made it.

 

She wanted to do it before she passed on. But, asked you to on her death bed. How would you go about it?

Funeral speech for deceased daughter

You are most likely to gather some information from her journal, conduct some research, and interview other patients before sharing your thoughts with the world.

 

Similarly, you need to dive deep into your sub-conscious mind and recall stories about your daughter’s life before you write your funeral speech about your daughter’s life.

 

This should be a cinch if you have an amazing memory. If for some reason, you have forgotten about all those great moments, don’t despair because you can get them to come back to you by following this simple plan:

 

  • Leaf through her journal and write down things you think you can add to your eulogy. For example, if her wish was to live until she was ninety years old, you may share this with the mourners.
  • Scan through new and old family photos. Check her Facebook, Instagram, and other social media pages for her photos. As you do that, ask yourself what memory each picture brings to mind and write them down.
  • Did she send you letters, messages, and cards on your special days like your birthdays, anniversaries, father’s day and on other important milestones?
  • Have you made a slideshow about her yet? Watch it for more memories about her life.
  • If can’t find all these stuff, then her mom and relatives can serve as reliable springboard for recapturing fond memories.

 

I guess that helped you write down some great memories about your daughter.

 

Now, let’s switch our focus to how to get ideas from watching videos. The easiest way to get ideas to come to you is by watching eulogy for daughter videos on youtube.com

 

So go over to that video platform and input keywords like eulogy for daughter and its variants and wait for some video clips to pop out.

 

If you have some time, you may go through a lot of them. If you don’t, I have these really good ones you can watch and profit from.

 

So, grab your pen and sheet of paper and write down ideas you think you can infuse into your script.

 

Here they are video clips:

 

Eulogy Speech For Daughter Video Examples #1

 

 

Tribute Speech For Daughter Video Templates #2

 

 

Both are touching eulogies examples for daughters, Don’t you think so?

 

How To Write Your Tribute For Your Daughter

 

As you know, grieving your daughter while writing down her tribute can be very overwhelming due to the emotions involved.



When you feel so sad and your can’t seem to collect your thoughts, you should always resort to eulogy for daughter speech examples and templates.

 

They are to a writer what road signs are to car drivers and road users. A well-crafted example can give you an idea of how to put your thoughts together in a very clear and concise manner.

 

It’s your helping hand if you don’t have too much time on your hands or don’t know where to start.

 

Although it’s an indispensable writing tool, most grieving souls don’t use it so well as they just copy bits and pieces of it. That shouldn’t be the case, however.  You should use them from a standpoint of inspiration and guidance.

 

 

So, let’s start by looking at this eulogy for daughter templates/examples.

 

After that, we will analyze it so we can figure out how to use them to come up with a really good script. That way, you won’t have to struggle to write a touching eulogy that honors the memory and legacy of your daughter.

 

Here is it:

 

Eulogy Speech Example For My Daughter

 

For those of you who don’t know me, I am Mike and I am the proud father of Alex Vantrot and always will be the proud father of Alex Vantrot.

 

On behalf of my entire family, I would like to thank you for coming today to say goodbye far too soon to a very lovely young woman who will always hold a very special place in our hearts. 



I want to get to some much deserved announcements to start with. I want to thank Alex’s Grandma Barbs, her Aunt Mary, Aunt Millicent, and Alex’s Aunt, Uncle and cousin’s the Zig & Ryan Zimmerman’s family for their support.

 

I don’t know what we would’ve done without your broad shoulders to cry on. My family loves you.  

Thank you to Nick , Todd, and Dan, for the beautiful video he posted within hours of all of us finding out about her passing.

Although, the tears flow while watching the video, it is a beautiful tribute. Thank you again and we love you for caring so much.

People always say that losing a child is an unnatural loss and I couldn’t agree more because we are not supposed to outlive our children. 

 

I think the reason for that is because when our children are born, we have 2 jobs that are given to us when that little life enters our world. 

 

The first is to teach them everything you know.  About life, about pain, about joy,  about love.  You teach your children because you have already done these things, and made a mess of it sometimes and succeeded other times. 

So you give them what wisdom you can, and you watch as they go out and make their own mistakes, and celebrate their own successes,  knowing that your lessons helped them along the way.

 

The second thing is to protect your kids from the meanness and badness of the world for as long as possible,  so that when it’s time for them to come face to face with it all they will have all the good things and love you provided to overcome the hardships.

 

But when a child has to face death unexpectedly, what is a parent supposed to do?

 

Well, you can only grieve while hoping that someday you will be reunited with your child.

 

I have never stopped thinking about my daughter and best friend, Alex since she unexpectedly waved me a sad goodbye before going home to be with the Lord. 

 

As her father, I was looking forward to being there when she achieved great things and celebrating her accomplishments, big and small.  

 

I never dreamed that I would instead be delivering her eulogy. This is a very heartbreaking final speech no father should ever have to give.

 

It’s been sixty (60) days of my heart literally shattering at the thought of not ever seeing my daughter again.

Sixty (60) days I wake up just to miss my daughter all over again. Sixty (60) Days of our everyday routine being forever broken.

 

Sixty(60) days of not hearing Alex laugh. Sixty(60) days of not hearing Alex’s vivacious voice. Sixty (60) days of trying to just survive this nightmare.  My heart is broken into a million little pieces.

 

I will obviously die with a broken heart because she meant the world to us. I pray every day that the good Lord puts the pieces back together and bring comfort to me and the family.

 

For those of you who never met Alex or knew who she was, she was a very caring and compassionate person who was always had a helping hand to lend to anyone without reservation.

 

But I loved and admired her for her innate sweetness and sparkly smile that could melt a heart of stone and brighten your day.

 

She also was a very happy, fun and outgoing soul. Her friends loved her for that and loved to hang out with her. 

Alex could put on a dress and be Cinderella or a pair of waders and fish with the best of them. Typical Alabama Chic, which her friends in Ashley Beach,  found endearing.

 

Small wonder that her sudden passing affected not only my family but also her huge Alabama and Ashley Beach community of friends.

 

I know this because we literally had so many of her friends reach out to my family in our darkest period of grief.

 

Seeing so many friends here to say goodbye to Alex today, shows just how loved she was and how much she will be missed.

 

To Alex’s friends who are with us today as well as those who couldn’t make it here,  my heart breaks for you all because you’ve lost a true and treasured friend who was a shining light of goodness, inspiration, humor and love.

 

I am so grateful for the incredible love, outpouring of support and well wishes that have come our way since learning of our daughter’s passing.

 

I don’t want to forget to say how sorry I am for your loss too. I know that friends like Alex are unique and few.

 

There aren’t many people out there who you can count on the way you could with Alex.

 

It goes without saying that animals are a man’s best friend. Alex was very passionate about animals and she proved by her special love and attention for animals that they were her best friends.

From an early age, she had a deep love for animals and became so fond of our black labs who loved being at her side.

 

I can only imagine how they too are feeling at this moment in time as we say our final goodbyes to their friend and beloved companion.  I think they will miss her because she was all they had.

 

Alex was extremely dedicated to the family. The love of family flowed through veins as we were everything to her.

 

At parties and family gatherings, she was the life of the party and whenever we would all get together, there was so much laughter mainly brought on by her antics.

 

To call her the life of the party is a bit of an understatement. Usually, she was the party. She brought the party with the party with her and that’s something we will all miss her.

 

But whenever we gather as a family, we will know that Alex is with us in spirit.

 

She was very close to her cousin Melissa and a confidant of her 30 year old brother. For me, she was my best friend and muse.

 

She would call me often to check up on me and whenever my phone beeped with a text message from her, I knew that she was thinking about me.

 

That is the one thing I think I’ll miss the most. Texting or talking to her on the phone and just laughing out loud with my baby girl. No one could make me laugh the way she did.

 

Alex had an unbelievable zest for life. After a turbulent time in her life she was the ultimate comeback story and her life was becoming more amazing every day.

 

I can still remember her saying, ‘’I’m fine dad. Don’t worry about me.’’ No matter what was going on in Alex’s life, she always said “I’m fine dad, don’t worry about me.”  Of course, I worried about Alex every day.  I was Alex’s fixer, but I can’t fix this. I wish I could.

 

It’s strange how life sometimes throw all kinds of  curveballs at us. Guess what? Just when her life was getting better by the day and were looking forward to celebrating her birthday, we lost her just three days short of her 30th birthday!

What a precious and promising gift of life cut short too soon.  The pain runs deep and it would be hard to forget about her.

 

As we as a family navigate our overwhelming grief, we may learn to accept Alex’s passing no matter how the pain in our hearts.

 

However, we must have faith that she is in a better place, and that she is looking down on us.

 

I hope that she knows how loved she is, and I hope that knowledge gives her peace.

 

Dear Alex,

I miss your smile. Those beautiful white teeth. I miss your sense of humor. I miss you calling me Papa Bear. I miss these traits, but I will never have to worry about forgetting those wonderful traits, because they will live on in her twin sister Morgan.  Alex, you will always live on in this family.


Alex would like each and everyone of you to “be like Alex” and always tell your loved ones and friends “ I love you” at the end of every discussion or encounter. You couldn’t honor her anymore by doing so.

 

I would like to end with an excerpt from a poem by Terry Gouveia

Dear God, please take care of my little girl, She was special, as you should know. I really didn't want to let her go.

She touched the hearts of everyone she knew.
Letting her go was so hard to do.
Her smile could brighten up the darkest room.
I wish you didn't have to take her so soon.

Tell her I promise to see her again someday.
When that will be, I really can't say.
I promise to make up for the time that's passed,
To hold her and comfort her in my arms at last.

Goodbye, Alex, Rest Well. We all love you. I will miss you more and more.

 

Did you wipe off a few tears after reading that sample?  I don’t know about you. But, I felt so sad writing this eulogy for an adult daughter who passed away.

 

Let me ask you this: Can you write a heartfelt funeral speech like what you’ve just read?

 

I bet you can do that with ease if you follow this very simple process. To make things easier for you, just start by dividing the above example into these parts:

  • Introduction
  • Body/ Outline
  • Conclusion/Ending

 

How To Write An Introduction For Your Daughter’s Eulogy

 

At this moment, let’s look at the introduction and what goes into writing a captivating one.

Before we start, let’s look at this excerpt taken from the above example to help us gain some clarity about it.

 

‘’ For those of you who don’t know me, I am Mike…

On behalf of my entire family, I would like to thank you for coming today to say goodbye far too soon…


I want to get to some much deserved announcements to start with. I want to thank Alex’s Grandma...’’

 

This is what I want you to do now. Grab that pen and notepad or sheet of paper and write down names of personalities you’d like to thank.

 

People like:

  • Her mom
  • Your wife
  • Her grandparents if they are still alive
  • Her friends
  • Her aunts and uncles
  • Her spouse and kids (if any)
  • Her friends
  • Other folks

 

Eulogy for daughter examples

Second, share how you and the whole family have been impacted by her loss. Here’s an example I picked up from the above example:

 

I have never stopped thinking about my daughter and best friend, Alex since she unexpectedly waved…

I never dreamed that I would instead be delivering her eulogy. This is a very heartbreaking final speech…

 

Third, you can start with a poem, favorite saying or a scripture verse if you are quite religious.

 

Ok, watch me use this bible verse to start a short tribute for a dead daughter.

‘’ Proverbs 13:22 (NKJV): “A good man leaves an inheritance to his children’s children ‘’

 

Scripture says that a good man leaves a goodly inheritance to his children’s children. I used to share this verse with my beloved daughter whenever we gathered for dinner and there was this time, she looked into my eye after a meal and asked, Dad, what does that really mean?

I held her hand and explained that we are to leave a good legacy for our children since they may be living messengers to a future we can’t see.

 

She was so contend. So, she hugged  me and said, Dad, I will definitely share this with your grandchildren I ever grow old like my grandma. Little did I know that she would be leaving us two weeks after that incident.

 

How To Write A Structure For Your Funeral Speech

 

Let’s turn our attention to the next thing: the body or outline of your funeral speech for your late daughter.

 

It follows the opening lines and is often a continuation of ideas and thoughts expressed in the introductory remarks.

 

Writing the body should be easy-peasy. But, that’s not always the case because it gets so hard to distill years of memories and feelings about her life into very succinct and touching remarks about her life.

 

If you are fumbling for the right words or don’t even know where to start, then this simple exercise can help tidy up your thoughts. This will help you present your ideas more clearly and effectively. So, go back for that sheet of paper and write down answers to the following questions:

 

  • What was your daughter like when she was a little girl?
  • What was her impact on you and spouse?
  • How about her siblings and other persons she came into contact with?
  • What made her a unique person and lady?
  • What legacy did she leave behind? It doesn’t have to be anything extraordinary. The small feats matter as well.
  • What was she really passionate about?
  • What are her beautiful character traits?
  • What are the most memorable moments you had with her?
  • What were your shared interests?
  • Was she a person of faith? How did it make her a much better person?

 

Let me give you some clues: Your remembrance speech can be long and winding if you use all those stuff to compose your tribute. 

 

Here’s what I do all the time. I can go back to the above questionnaire and pick an angle for my farewell address.

 

As an example, you might want to talk about your time together, her impact on the family, and what made her life unique.

 

These can be the major highlights of your talk and not a complete run down of everything she did with her life.

 

So, what would you like the body to dwell on? Think deeply about this and back up your points with stories your family and friends can relate to.

There’s nothing comforting than watching a faint smile form on the faces of your relatives when you mention a story they can relate to.

 

How To End Your Funeral Speech

 

Your tribute should end with a memorable conclusion. Here are some practical ways of wrapping up on a good note.

 

You may conclude with a poem like this one by  Jamey Wysocki

I am learning how to live
In a new way
Since that day
You were taken away.

I am learning how to live
With the things left unsaid
Knowing I got to say them
With every tear that I shed.

I am learning how to live
By embracing the pain
Knowing that you live on
Through the memories that remain.

I am learning how to live
Knowing I will never again see your face
And I have peace knowing
Your in a better place.

I am learning how to live
Knowing your in God's care
It gives me the strength to move on
And makes the pain much easier to bear.

 

You may also share how and why you will miss her. For example...

When we travel to Africa for charity work next month, I will miss her most because she loved those field works. We shared wigs and I am going to miss her for that.

 

You can also thank everyone for coming. Here’s an example: 

And to everyone here, thank you for your

concern and the incredible support you’ve

provided during this difficult time. It means the

world to us. I am truly grateful for your

kindness and support. Your words and actions have been a great comfort. Thanks again for coming.

 

Short eulogy speech for late daughter

 

Can express your feelings about her through a song? If you have a good singing voice, then it would be a perfect opportunity to eulogize her and heal yourself because music is a potent force for good in the healing and grieving process.

 

This very emotional song and several others can move you and the mourners to tears in a way nothing else does if you start your tribute with it.

 


Mother Of The Bride Speech: The Ultimate Guide To Writing The Best Mother Of The Bride Speech Ever

 

Looking for tips and ideas to help you write the best mother of the bride speech for your beloved daughter and son-in-law?

 

If you are, just stick with me for a little while and I will share with you…

  • Practical tips to help you write a heartfelt mother of the bride speech
  • How to write a hilarious mother of the speech even if you as serious as a piece of rock
  • What to say about your son-in-law…get this wrong and you will be regret giving this speech
  • Plus, a whole lot more tips to help you become the best speaker of the night.

 

 

I know what you are thinking at this moment. This is it….

What Do I Say At My Daughter’s Wedding?

 

Ok….Let’s jump right in

 

Wouldn’t you feel great having your family and friends compliment you on how great your mother of the bride wedding speech is? I can see you nodding to that idea.

 

As a professional mother of the bride speech, I know for sure that the goal of every mother of the bride is to write and deliver the best mother of the bride wedding speech.

 

How do I know this? Whenever mothers of the bride ask for help with their speeches, the recurring request is:

‘’Dan, my daughter is getting married and I am at a complete loss as to what to say. Can you help make my speech very special and unique? ‘’

 

If that’s what you are thinking of , just pause for a moment and picture yourself delivering your mother of the bride speech with poise and confidence.

 

Heartfelt mother of the bride speech

 

Again, close your eyes for a moment and imagine how happy you would be if you could easily write a very exceptional and unique mother of the bride speech.Those mental pictures can spur you to work harder for what you want.

 

This Can Help You Calm Nerves And Master Your Mother Of The Bride Speech

 

When a bride’s mom imagine saying a few remarks about her daughter and son-in-law nonetheless, her mental disposition looks fuzzy because somehow we have all grown up to believe we are not good enough to speak in public.

 

The truth is you are not. Guess what? Those beliefs are a result of past experiences. For example, if you goofed up back when you were asked to speak before a small group of people, your family and friends would probably conclude that you are not cut out to be a public speaker.

 

Based on their baseless feedback, you clung to this view that you are not good enough to speak in public. That explains why you keep messing up whenever you are asked to talk to even a small group of people.

 

This limiting belief has kept you from becoming the best version of yourself. So, you are not a terrible writer or speaker as you imagine yourself to be.

 

When you take practical steps to dismantle this mental shackle, you will be bracing yourself up for success. 

 

What use is it if you have written a great mother of the bride speech but don’t have the guts to deliver it well?

 

So, you have approach this with a renewed mindset as how we think, what we believe, and how we act, impact almost everything we sight our focus on.

 

That being said, let’s look at practical steps to calming your nerves and mastering your speech so you can deliver it with absolute flair and confidence.

  • Envision yourself speaking confidently even if your mind starts to play silly tricks on you. As you keep your gaze on the positive outcome of your speech in spite of those nagging voices in your head, your fears will be kept at bay.
  • Don’t be a prisoner of your past. Left go off past experiences and focus on this and you will have peace of mind. No one is going to judge you or rate your performance. They just want to listen to beautiful stories about your daughter and who she’s grown up to be.
  • It is said that adequate preparation kills stress and anxiety. So, make sure you prepare and plan well ahead of time and you will succeed.

 

With that said, let’s look at how to plan and prepare for your mother of the bride speech.

 

Steps To Writing Your Mother Of The Bride Speech

 

Speaking about planning for your toast, I am reminded of these thoughtful words by Jesus:

 

“Is there anyone here who, planning to build a new house, doesn’t first sit down and figure the cost so you’ll know if you can complete it? If you only get the foundation laid and then run out of money, you’re going to look pretty foolish. Everyone passing by will poke fun at you: ‘He started something he couldn’t finish.’’- Luke 14: 28-30

 

Before delivering your presentation, it is crucial to spend time thinking about it by first figuring out what your writing goals are.

 

The following questions can help you set your writing goals:

  • Am I going to do this speech all by myself?
  • Is it a wise idea to do a joint mother or parents of the bride speech with my husband? If you are thinking about that, this video example can help. 

  • Do I want to make a very simple mother of the bride speech?
  • Do I want to make a short mother of the bride speech?
  • Do I want to make it hilarious? This is an example:
  • How do I want to make my family and friends feel after hearing my speech? To make them laugh, cry or both? Here’s a funny mother of the bride speech video example if you have that in mind:

                             

  • When and where will your mother of the bride speech be delivered? At the bridal shower? Wedding reception? At the rehearsal dinner?

 

Question: What are your writing goals for this wedding speech? Write it down on stick-it-notes and any other label and fix it to a prominent place in your home to remind you of the task ahead. That way, you won’t put it off until the last moment.

 

You might also want to consider the duration of your speech. The question most moms ponder is: how long should my mother of the bride speech be? If you ask me what the length of your mother of the bride speech should be, I would tell you to go with what you are comfortable with.

 

I have written both long and short speeches and in most cases, I made sure the storyline was interesting and exciting.

 

In the unlikely event that you are asked by the bride to speak for say (five minutes), then please respect her wishes.

 

You will only be forgiven if you delivered a truly touching mother of the bride toast.

 

From working with mothers on their speeches, I have come across some really sweet but long mother of the speeches. And I have also seen very short but engaging speeches.

 

What’s most important is to make sure your speech won’t bore the wedding guests to death.

 

There should be something in it to make your daughter feel special, loved, and thankful for having you in her life.

 

Let’s Look At This Next: Memories About Your Daughter

 

You have to look for fond memories about your daughter since they are like strands of golden threads that connect the past to current events.

 

So, start by writing down stories about the good and bad times and how much she means to you.

 

If for some reason, you are struggling to remember all those wonderful moments, then you can follow this route to get them back to your mind.

 

  • Where is your family photo album? Go find it and flip through the pages. As you do, ask yourself these questions:
  • What story does this picture remind me of? Put that memory down on paper
  • What does each image tell you about her character traits?
  • Do you still have letters and notes and cards she sent you on important days like your wedding anniversary, valentine day, birthday, mother’s day and so on. Go through them and see if you can find lines you can weave into your presentation
  • Why don’t you speak with the bride’s father or your own parents and ask them to share some memories? Chances are that they have stories you may have forgotten. They say there’s no harm in asking, right?

 

What to say at your daughter's wedding

 

Check Out Mother Of The Bride Speech Examples And Templates

 

This is what I think it’s the most powerful tool for easily and quickly writing mother of the bride speeches.

 

If you have no idea about what to say, have several ideas but don’t know where to start, how to put your stories together, then I recommend that you look for video and well-written mother of the bride speech examples and templates.

 

I would like to share these examples with you. The first is a video clip. Why should you watch it?

 

It’s because mother of the bride speech video examples complement written examples in the sense that you are able to learn how great speeches are actually delivered after it’s captured on paper.



Besides, you can borrow a few ideas from watching them and adapt it for your own script. Here’s a video example:

 

 

Of course, the other version of it is the written piece.

 

I am going to share one with you. Afterwards, we will analyze it through the eyes of a mother of a bride speech writer so that you too can bring frame together beautiful stories about your daughter, using all those memories you have already written down.

 

This is it:

A Short Mother Of The Bride Speech Example/Template

 

This is the speech journalist and presenter,Katie Anne Couric, gave at her daughter’s wedding.

 

“Welcome, everyone. Gosh, I haven’t spoken in front of this many people since I anchored the CBS Evening News! 

 

Given the challenges and sadness of the last year and a half, how lucky are we to be here? Together for a weekend of pure, unadulterated joy, and for some of you, a never-ending booze fest. And while I’m not going to get political here, I am going to quote Hillary Clinton — who famously said, ‘It takes a village to raise a child.’ Because our village is here tonight.

 

I could never name every person, every act of kindness and support so many people here have shown our family through the years because we’d never get back on the dance floor. But from Thanksgivings in Boston, Easters in Darien, countless playdates and dinners, birthdays remembered from near and far, beach barbecues, churros at Disneyland, swimming in the Caribbean, dancing in a restaurant in Serifos, Halloween, proms and parties, and navigating mean boys during those harrowing high school years, how incredibly lucky we’ve been to have all of you in our lives, in good times and in bad.

 

As many of you know, there’s no finer compliment than hearing you’ve done a good job raising your children. I can say with certainty I could not have done it without Lori Beth Meyer, who is here tonight. For 11 years, Lori Beth was my partner in almost every way. I will be forever grateful for her unwavering love, support, and patience and for bringing stability to our often wobbly three-legged stool.

 

As time marched on, Ellie’s village expanded. Roots and wings, my sister-in-law Clare used to say, that’s what you need to give your children. While many of you helped build a strong foundation, there are others here tonight who helped Ellie soar and come into her own.

 

Many of the amazing young women here (and a few good men) represent the deep and lasting friendships formed at Yale. And to see Ellie bond with such a fantastic, dynamic group of friends in Los Angeles is both thrilling and wonderfully comforting.

 

Meanwhile, the Molners have added such a rich, unexpected dimension to our lives. John’s love and devotion, wicked sense of humor, and exacting personality — well, Molner, you’ve got your hands full and I can’t imagine life without Henry, Allie, Tom, Andy, and David. And the fact that Herbie and Paula immediately treated Ellie and Carrie like their own grandchildren means the world to us.

 

Now you’re probably wondering, along with Mark, ‘When is she going to get to the groom?’ For the past 11 years, the center of Ellie’s universe has been Mark. Now, I have to be honest. Throughout her 20, I urged — OK begged Ellie to date around, play the field. God knows I did in my 20s. But Ellie wasn’t having it. She knew.

 

Ellie — this warm, kind, sensitive, sentimental, perceptive, empathetic, determined, spirited young woman just knew that she had already found the yin to her yang, the peanut butter to her jelly, the Jack to her Jill. Mark — she knew.

 

And now, this we all know: You are a treasure. My parents, adored by both Ellie and Carrie, would have called you a ‘fine person’ — the highest praise in our family. It’s been a privilege to get to know you and I feel even closer to you now, after hearing the reflections of your friends and family.

Your effortless talent, your humility, your loyalty, your steadiness, your patience. But most of all, we love you for loving Ellie with all your heart.

 

 

And now we have The Dobroskys!!! Mark, simply put, you have the greatest family. Granted, Loretta’s a little competitive, so I do foresee some tense salad bowl moments in our future, but seriously, what a terrific group of people! So warm and so fun.

 

I couldn’t be happier that our families are now connected. I hope this is the beginning of many holidays spent together…hopefully at the Dobrosky’s house, and I hope it’s OK if I bring some Molners and Monahans, and a few Batchelors and Courics and Wadlows. And don’t worry Loretta, I’ll bring my mom’s famous pear lime jello salad.

 

 

I wouldn’t be honest if I didn’t tell you that for many years I’d been dreading this day — because of the people who are not here. Ellie’s maternal and paternal grandparents. Mark’s maternal and paternal grandparents, although Whitey almost made it. Ellie’s aunt Marilyn.

 

My oldest sister Emily who adored Ellie. But most of all, the father of the bride, Jay Monahan. Jay would be so proud of you both and so thrilled that Ellie married a lacrosse player. And a terrific guy.

 

When Jay was in the throes of cancer and it seemed as if the end of his life might be near, he looked at me and said, You know, nothing really matters except your friends and family.‘ When everything else was stripped away, Jay understood what was essential to a meaningful life. Ellie, he would be beaming to witness the woman you’ve become…and somehow, some way, I hope he is.

 

My mom used to say, ‘Into everyone’s life a little rain must fall.’ Life, in fact, is a strange alchemy of joy and sorrow, hope and despair, triumphs and disappointments.

 

But in the immortal words of Carrie’s favorite, Kacey Musgraves, ‘Hold tight to your umbrella, cause darling I’m just trying to tell you that there’s always been a rainbow hanging over your head.’ Hold tight to your umbrella, and to each other.

 

Many of us who are on the ‘back nine,’ as John would say, want you to cherish this very special chapter in your life. Enjoy every single minute…it goes by in an instant, and soon enough you may be giving a toast at your daughter’s wedding. (Don’t worry, I’m not pushing…take your time).

 

Here’s to Mark and Ellie — I wish you sunny skies and the fortitude to get through stormy weather. But most of all, I wish you a life bursting with love, light, and laughter. Cheers!”

 

If you muttered to yourself that this is something you can easily come up with while looking that example over, you really deserve a huge pat on the back.

 

But, with so many things to do to make sure that your daughter’s wedding is a blast, writing a sweet mother of the bride speech like that one can be a real struggle considering that you might not have sufficient time and peace of mind to collect your thoughts.

Toast for my daughter at her wedding

 

I have seen this happen to so many moms who cranked out scrappy notes about their daughter’s life in just a few days to the wedding.

 

 

Things can be fairly easy for you when you plan out your writing.  When you spend more time planning what to say, you will spend less time on the writing process.

 

What’s more, it helps you to organize your thoughts, find the best stories to support your ideas, and gives your writing a cohesive, logical flow and structure.

 

The best way to do this is to develop a structure for your mother of the bride speech. If you study the above template or any other example you will find this structure:

  • Introductory remarks
  • Body or outline
  • Conclusion

 

 Every introduction has these features:

Greetings/Salutation and short-self introduction: Here’s an example:

Hello everyone. I’m Margaret and I’m Marc’s mother. On behalf of our entire family, I’d like to thank all of you from coming from far and near to join us in this very special celebration.

 

  • Thank your family and friends for their help and support

You simply write down names of friends and family who played a key role in your daughter’s life. This example can give you a perfect idea:

 

I’d like to thank my grandmother Dix, my mother and father, my brother and sister-in-law Dan and Frank, my sister and brother-in-law Zion and Jim, Aunt Theres and Uncle Joe, Aunt Sussie, and Ken for your unconditional love, time, laughter, wisdom, advice, babysitting, encouragement, generosity, and sense of family continuity.

 

We are forever grateful and have been incredibly lucky and blessed to have all of you in our lives, in good times and in bad.

 

Then, there’s another aspect of the intro called the hook. This illustration can help you understand it better.

 

Suppose you have been asked to deliver a keynote speech at a very important function. How would you start your address? You are most likely to start on a positive note that will make a great first impression.

 

Similarly, your hook should be very engaging and make your audience think that this is going to be the best mother of the bride wedding speech ever.

 

If you start off on a wrong note, people would form a bad impression of you and conclude that your presentation will sound like a stale joke.

 

That shouldn’t be your lot. It should be like the words your spouse said on your first date: sweet and concise. Do you still remember it?

 

 

Here Are A Few Very Effective Ways To Write A Sensational Hook

 

  • You can share a story about what happened before or after her birth. I still remember how a mom shared a funny story about the arrival of their new bundle of blessings. The visibly excited new dad and husband was so overjoyed that he lost control of the steering wheel and ended up in a dump unharmed.  Do you have such stories to back up your speech? Put them down and share it with the wedding guests.

 

  • Any funny memory from her childhood? Did she wear your wig and use your lipstick? Was she fun to be around?  Anna told me when we worked on her speech that her little girl got lost on a park and her blood pressure shot through the roof that someone thought she needed a defibrillator.

 

  • To make your introduction heart touching, you can incorporate one liners, quotes, and wise sayings to enhance your delivery. Here are some love quotes you may use. Kindly take note of the underlined sections because we will be using it for another purpose.

 

  • A daughter is just a little girl who grows up to be your best friend.”

— Unknown

 

  • “To my beautiful daughter. If I could only give you one thing in this life, I would give you the ability to see yourself how I see you every single day. Your beauty, your kindness, how happy you make me and how proud I am of you. Perhaps then you would be able to understand just how special you are to me.”

— Dave Hedges

 

  • “I will let my daughter do whatever her heart wants. I will support her and guide her and give her all the knowledge that I have because I want her to succeed in whatever she loves.”- The Miz

 

  • A daughter may outgrow your lap, but she will never outgrow your heart.” – Unknown

 

  • Our daughters are the most precious of our treasures, the dearest possessions of our homes, and the objects of our most watchful love. – Margaret Elizabeth Sangster

 

Can you use any of those quotes to write something engaging? Ok, I am going to use the underlined words from the above quotes.

 

Here they are:

 

If I could only give you one thing in this life, I would give you the ability to see yourself how I see you every single day.

 

I will support her and guide her and give her all the knowledge that I have because I want her to succeed in whatever she loves.”- The Miz

A daughter may outgrow your lap, but she will never outgrow your heart

 

 

Now, this is a short mother of the bride speech example I wrote with the highlighted words.

 

My mom used to say that daughters are the most precious treasures of every woman. I understood that better when Karen came into my life one a blistery winter night. I still  remember it as if it only yesterday when they handed her to me and I could tell by that special look in her eyes she was my life’s most precious treasure.

 

On that day, I was overwhelmed with a deep sense of love, joy, and gratitude.  She was a truly beautiful gift. That night, I looked into her smiling eyes and promised myself to support and guide her so she grows to be the best version of herself.

 

Years have flown by and she’s grown into the woman of my dreams. Karen, you have grown into a beautiful woman inside out, but you will never outgrow my heart.

 

That’s exactly how to make the most of the quotes!

 

The body follows the introduction. The body is also known as the speech outline. With a lot of memories floating in your brain, it can be hard to distill years of memories into a succinct presentation.

 

I have been lucky to review several drafts which were not only difficult to follow but also had rich ideas scattered all over the place.

 

In view of this, almost every mom who’s creating a speech outline feels overwhelmed by questions like…

 

  • What should I say about my daughter?
  • What should I say about the groom?
  • How do I piece my story together and make it flow from start to end?

 

These questions can leave you feeling anxious, worried, and confused.  But, this simple trick can help make you feel better and make your ideas flow.

 

Here’s what to do.


Step 1. Draw a line straight down the middle of a piece of paper so that you have two columns.

Step 2. At the top of the left column, write “Body of my speech(bride)”. At the top of the right column write “Body of my speech(groom)”.

Step 3. In the left column for the bride, start putting down answers to the following questions:

  • What was she like when she was a little girl?
  • How did she make my life much better? How about her siblings?
  • What are some fond memories you recall?
  • What were her positive character traits growing up?
  • What are your most proud moments as a mom?

 

This happens next: Narrow down the ideas you would really like to use for the content of your mother of the bride speech.

 

Then, you may go back to read a great example like this one or the one above for clarity and inspiration before writing a rough draft.

 

This is equally the case when crating short notes about your new son-in-law. But, in this case, you should reflect on these questions:

 

  • What are the positive attributes of the man my daughter is getting married to?
  • What impression did he leave on you when you first met or got to know him?
  • In what ways does he make your daughter a happy person?
  • How does he balance her out?
  • Do you have some really fond memories about the groom?

 

Tips for writing a great mother of the bride speech

 

Now, let’s look at this:

 

How To Write A Conclusion For Your Mother Of The Bride Speech

 

Can you write one without trying so hard? If you ever write an example like this one (see below) then you are good to go because that’s what we hear at most weddings.

 

‘’ Here’s to Dan and Melissa — I wish you the best in everything you do now, tomorrow and forever. Cheers!’’

 

But, did you know you can make it more fun, memorable and exciting? Imagine ending your toast with these lines culled from the above sample:

Enjoy every single minute…it goes by in an instant, and soon enough you may be giving a toast at your daughter’s wedding. (Don’t worry, I’m not pushing…take your time).

 

How about ending with this song before proposing your toast to happy couple? But, you need a good voice to make this possible. Can you do that?

 

This third approach never fails. Pick what makes a marriage work and speak about it. You can share practical tips about communicating, dealing with resentment and anger, coping with the high and lows moments, keeping the romance and spark in marriage, managing your finances and so on. You may share a little bit of each.

 

If you have been in a very loving relationship for many years, you may share your personal secrets to marriage longevity. Here’s an example:


Eulogy Speech For Wife By Husband: How To Write A Heartfelt Funeral Tribute For Your Wife

 

Have you lost your wife recently and are looking for tips and ideas to help you write a touching eulogy for your wife?

 

The thought of giving one can be very overwhelming in this very difficult time. So, just stick with me for a little while and I will share with you everything you need about…

  • Writing a beautiful eulogy for wife
  • How to make the most of eulogy for wife examples to honor her memory
  • How to get ideas for your tribute for your wife and mother of your children
  • How to make your eulogy speech for your wife funny, heartfelt, and inspiring.
  • How to end a eulogy for your wife
  • Plus, so much more

 

The first question on the mind of every man who has lost his spouse is:

 

What Should I Say At My Wife’s Funeral?

 

Let me start by saying there’s nothing more beautiful than spending the rest of your life with someone you love and truly care for.  

 

It’s interesting how and where many find the love of their lives. Some find true love on a bus. Others find on a vacation get away and some others find it in school.

Eulogy for speech samples by husband to wife

 

Where did you find the love of your life? Was it love at first sight?  Did it blossom over time?

 

I don’t know you met each other. But, I can only imagine how you felt when you first met the love of your life.  Before you knew it, you started dating and realized that you were so much into each other.

 

When it eventually dawned on you that she fits you like a glove, you went down on knee and asked her to marry you.

 

You exchanged vows. You had your wedding dance. You were blessed with kids. Life took off as expected. You promised to love and stand by each other until the end of time.

 

When you least expected it, she died; leaving you to face this cruel world alone with no one to hold your back.  Your inspirer, muse, friend, confidant, rock, your babe is gone. Who do you turn to now for help, support, advice and reassurance? Only God knows.

 

Well, I don’t know how long you were together. If you just got married, been together for a just year, a quarter or half of a century and death have robbed you of the love of your life, I can feel your pain because it really hurts.

 

I feel deeply sorry for your loss and my thoughts and prayers are with you in this very difficult time.

 

By this, I am reminded of the lyrics of Bill Withers classic: Lean On Me.  Part of the lyrics says that sometimes in our lives, we all have pain. We all have sorrows. Lean on me when you are strong. Just call on me brother when you need a hand.

 

If you need someone to talk to or send you some comforting words, don’t hesitate to send me a message and I would do my very best to get back to you with healing words.

 

You can also take comfort from reading this beautiful poem. Just keep reading it through the tears and you will feel a lot better.

 

Here it is:

Those We Love- Arthur Unknown

Those we love don’t go away

They walk beside us every day.

Unseen, unheard but always near.

Still loved,, still missed and very dear.

 

 

Do This Before You Write Your Eulogy For Your Wife

 

First and foremost, you should set your writing goals and stick with them to make the writing process much easier since it can be very challenging to think straight when you are grieving someone who meant the world to you.

 

So, start by writing down the kind of eulogy speech you would like to deliver by asking yourself these basic questions:

 

  • Do you simply want to tell a story of how you met your wife?
  • Do you wish to highlight what made her a very special wife and mom?
  • Would you like to make a very heartfelt eulogy speech that encompasses your love story and her remarkable attributes as a person, wife and mom of your children?

 

In my opinion, it’s best to stick with the last speaking style considering how impactful it can be. Well, that is the favorite of most husbands bidding their wives goodbye.

 

What you might also want to consider next is the length of your wife’s eulogy speech. With that in mind, you might want to know this: how long should my eulogy tribute for my wife be?

 

Well, that depends on these factors:

  • How long you have been asked to speak: stick to the time and don’t go overboard because it’s a very sensitive time for her family.
  • How long you wish to speak: don’t make it very long unless you are the only speaking at her funeral or memorial service.

 

A note about the duration of your eulogy: I have written both short and long tributes before and both worked for my clients.

 

Once, I wrote a eulogy for a man who had been married for 50 years.

I thought he wanted to deliver a long tribute considering how long they had been married. But, he asked me to condense his funeral tribute to just two pages.

 

Another person had been married for only a few years, but gave me lots of details which resulted in a very long presentation.  

 

Seen the difference?

 

On the whole, you should write your eulogy in a way that properly honors your precious wife in a very special way.

 

Now, would you like to do a short or long tribute? You have to decide on that. Don’t go with the flow. Be the flow.

 

Having said that, let’s look at how to put your thoughts and ideas together to form a deeply meaningful eulogy speech for your wife that will honor and bless the memory of your life.

 

This is….

 

How To Write A Eulogy For Your Wife

 

Most husbands have amazing stories about their wives. But, they start on a wrong note and it makes the writing process even more stressful.

 

Here’s the biggest mistake I see people make all the time. They have several memories of what to say and what not to say. But they find it so difficult to distill a lifetime of memories and shared experiences into a very moving piece.

 

Not sure where to start or what to do next, they look up some eulogy speech for wife examples online and just modify it a bit to suit their writing needs.

 

Writing a heartfelt tribute for your wife is not like a homework assignment. It rather involves pouring your whole heart, mind, and soul into creating a story that will bless and honor the memory of your wife.

 

In addition to that, it forms an integral part of the grieving and healing process and should be treated as such.

 

So, before you even think of writing your eulogy speech for your beloved wife and mother of the children, you should start with the end in mind.

What do you mean by that?  Let me put it this way. Memories are the heart and soul of great eulogies. Hence, you have to take a deep breath and sit back in your chair. Then, recollect all those great moments you have spent together.

 

As you do that, just put down the good and bad (challenging) memories and let your sad tears stream down your checks.

 

If you are struggling to recollect all those fine moments, then I recommend you do this to come up with all those great memories quickly.

  • Scan through her old and new photos. Look for photos of you and your wife and the children. As you pore through those pictures, ask yourself these simple questions:

(a)What does each picture bring to mind? Write down every memory you can think and pick your favorite anecdotes.

(b) Does this picture depict her character traits? If so, what aspect of her character does it portray?

  • Why not talk to others who know a little bit about your spouse? For example, your own children can tell you great stories about their mom.

 

If for some reason, you didn’t have children of your own, you may ask her family to share happy memories. The memories you highlight in your tribute doesn’t always have to be your love stories.

 

For instance, if you are mentioning how kind she was, you can include a story or two about how she left her job to care for her sick mom who had cancer.

 

Don’t you think her mom (if alive) would thank you for mentioning this in your tribute?

  • Do you have a journal that chronicled your relationship with her? Leaf through that diary and put down very fond memories about when you met, how you met, when you got married, the high and low moments, wedding anniversaries, birthday celebrations, and so on.

 

  • Letters and love notes exchanged, birthday and valentine day cards you received from each other, can be a treasure chest of memories. So, look for those materials and read through them one more and write down any stuff you think you can weave into your funeral tribute for your beloved wife.

 

  • Have you, her family or friends created her memorial tribute slideshow yet? Go get it and watch it a couple of times to help you recall some really wonderful, positive memories about your spouse and your time together.

 

Here’s something to get things going: Have you put down a few memories about her? What really stood out for you? Do those anecdotes capture her true spirit and personality?

Ok….we will be using those anecdotes when we get to the part about putting your stories together beautiful. We will get to that in a moment.

 

It can be very tempting to try to put those thoughts together after collecting all those precious memories. Unless you are a very skilled wordsmith, you are going to struggle to make sense of it all.

 

To make sure that your story comes together perfectly, you first have to get a fair idea of how funeral tributes are delivered.

 

This is what you can do about this now. Go to youtube.com and insert your preferred keyword. In this case, it would be eulogy speech for wife, funeral speech for wife, and so on.

 

When you do that, video clips like these ones would pop up. You may watch a couple of them and write down ideas you think can help make your tribute for your life very touching and inspiring.

 

Eulogy Speech For Wife Video Examples#1

 



Eulogy Speech For Wife Video Samples#2

 



Have you noticed how I have been laying the groundwork for the actual writing all this while?  That’s how it should be but not the other way around.

 

Do you remember that I talked about the power of eulogy speech templates at the outset?

Such examples can easily and quickly write a eulogy speech tribute for your wife.  

 

Now, I want us to study this example together. As we do, write down ideas and tips you think can help honor and bless the memory of your wife.

 

Afterwards, we will analyze the whole thing so you can figure out how to put those wonderful memories together to form a very beautiful tribute that honors the life and legacy of your dear wife.

 

 

Here it is:

 

Eulogy Speech Example/Template For Your Wife

 

Thank you so much for coming to celebrate the life and mourn the loss of my precious wife, Melissa.

 

I once read this beautiful quote about the beauty of love in all its forms. It says that the greatest thing in life is to love and be loved in return. That applies to the intense love Cathy and I had for each other. She made me feel loved, safe and taken care of through thick and thin.

 

Although death has put out that bright light in her heart and I have to face this word without her by side, the memories we’ve made is a priceless treasure that will always be tucked safely in my heart because her love is stronger than death.

How to write tribute speech for your wife

No matter how hard death tries, it still can’t stop me from loving her. Melissa was my partner in life for 39 years. She was my best friend, my cheerleader, my advisor, my one true love, and my other half.

 

For those of you who don’t know, I met her a year after my divorce, we were both at a high school football game. Who would have thought that my soul mate would be sitting on the bleachers that night?

 

Our first date was at a burger king. We sat in a corner booth and talked and talked. The hours flew by and I knew something special was happening, as did she.

 

After that we were pretty inseparable. We saw each other daily and still had more to say so we talked on the phone. I couldn’t get enough of her. People used to say that we wouldn’t last. But we proved them wrong.

 

Melissa was not a person to shrug off a challenge, and I wanted to prove to the world that our love was real and true and would stand up to the test of time. I guess I can stand here today and say Mission Accomplished, but I still don’t want to believe that she’s gone. I feel this huge crater in my chest where my heart used to be.

 

 

Melissa took it with her to Heaven, and one day when we meet again, she will give it back to me.

 

We took care of each other. She was amazing when I had 6 surgeries starting in August of 2015. She was always there for me, never saying “wait, I didn’t sign up for this!”

 

And when I was first invited to share my PhD argument at Harvard, she was so excited for me, and remained so every semester when they invited me back.

 

The funny thing is, I couldn’t have gotten that achievement at the ripe old age of 63 without her support, her sacrifice, and her commitment. Everything I’ve done is because of her, and for her.

 

 

Then, when it was her turn, we took on her 12- month battle together. I was her caregiver and never missed a single day spending time with her, taking her to her labs, watching her ring the bell after she went into remission in February of 2020, and the following May when we were told

it was back, we held one another and cried

together.

 

 

She was so brave and had to endure so much. If I could have taken that cancer away, I would have died in her place with a smile, knowing I was leaving behind a better world because it still had her in it. Her determination for that entire time cemented her as my hero.

 

She was an absolutely remarkable woman who never had to put on airs or pretend to be

anything but herself. She didn’t require, nor did she want diamonds, furs, elaborate gifts or trips.

 

 

She loved our simple life, sitting on a park

bench holding hands, or going to subway or an Italian restaurant for dinner. All she wanted, all she required was my time. I was amazed by her, and still think that she was perfect in every way.

 

 

She was my queen, and I treated her as such. I cherished each and every day that God gifted me with her.

 

She was also an amazing mom. I can’t even

imagine what Alden, Naomi, and Mike are

going through. I know how heartbroken and

devastated I feel, but for them…they have so

many milestones ahead in their lives that they have to celebrate now without Mom.

 

Alden, won’t have her to mentor her throughout her life’s journey. Naomi will no longer be able cozy up with her on the couch.

 

And Mike will miss her always being there whenever he calls or texts, faithfully. But I’m sure she’ll be watching her “Listle B” which is what she called Adam,

“Peanut” which was Mike’s nickname, and her precious “Squash” or Alden  from above and celebrating every moment of their lives.

 

Alden, Naomi, and Mike, you are not alone. Mom’s guiding presence will always be with us. Never, ever forget that.

 

Melissa was a hard worker who was very loyal to her employer. She was also devoted to Christ and often on breaks she would take her Bible out to her car or in the breakroom and sit and read it.

 

I’m very grateful that we were both saved. She loved to journal, do calligraphy, and create her arts and crafts.

 

Most importantly, she loved spending time with me and our kids. She enjoyed taking us and touring all over the state of NC and participating in festivals, gold/jewel mining, trying new foods, visiting parks, and places of interest such as a Whipple wheel exhibit in Wilson NC.

 

She also enjoyed riding her motorcycle while listening to her worship music and riding the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway or the back roads of NC/VA.

 

Melissa was also one of those people that

attracted others to her. She drew them in, and once they became her friend, she was a friend for life. She exuded honor, faithfulness, integrity, and trustworthiness.

 

In case I haven’t made it clear yet, I loved being married to Melissa. She brought joy to my life.

 

She completed me. She accepted me as I was, and that was enough for her. I will spend the rest of my days thanking God for every minute I had her, and waiting for the day I will see her again.

 

You know, right before they took her out of the home to respite care in August, she told me that a few days before, she awoke and Jesus was standing at her feet with His hands down by his side.

 

She said He didn’t say a word nor made

any motions. He simply stared at her and she said He faded away like the fog burning off in the morning sun.

 

I told her that I thought He was coming to take her home. Sure enough, about 4 weeks later, The Lord did just that. Without a doubt she is in the arms of her Lord today and that’s our consolation.

 

I would like to end with a verse of scripture.

The Bible says in Genesis 2:24 ‘’Therefore a

man shall leave his father and his mother and hold fast to his wife, and they shall become one flesh

 

That is so true for Melissa and I. Our love story was like playing a beautiful symphony. We were a perfect duet. Our family chain is

currently broken, but soon, it will be linked

again. Someday, on golden shores where we

would shed no tears about the loss of our loved ones. I will run to her and she will smile at me.

 

We will once again be together, but this time for eternity. Until that day my love, dance with angels, walk with the Lord, and rest in perfect peace.

 

That is a touching tribute for a religious woman and Christian by a loving father and husband.

 

Did that move you to tears? Imagine writing something like that for your wife? Your family and hers will be grateful for honoring her in such a befitting manner.

 

But, how do you go from staring aimlessly at the computer screen to filling it with powerful words that honor the memory of your wife in a very special way?

 

Start by breaking down any eulogy speech examples into three main parts:

  • Introduction
  • Body or content
  • Conclusion

 

Once you have created that structure for your eulogy, the writing process will be much easier and take a shape of its own.

 

Eulogy for wife speech templates and examples

 

Let’s Look At How To Write The Introduction

 

To give you an idea, this is an excerpt of the above introduction to help us find the right words.

‘’ Thank you so much for coming to celebrate the life and mourn the loss of my precious wife, Melissa. ‘’

 

Your introductory remarks are the most essential part of your tribute, so you have to start well.

How do you start well?  Here are five practical steps to start on a very impactful note. Let’s see exactly how it works.

 

First, start by thanking everyone for coming. You may take it a step further by thanking certain personalities. People like:

  • The deceased’s mom and dad and her entire family for their help and support in this very difficult time
  • Your own family
  • Her friends and yours
  • Her doctor and other medical staff

 

 

Question: Who would like to express gratitude to for their support?  Do a little brainstorming and write down names of individuals who have been of tremendous prior and after her death?  

 

That simple writing task can get your creative juices flowing.

 

Second, you can start off by sharing how you feel about her loss.

Here’s an example for a young couple (from a man to a dead wife):

 

 

Ever since we got married five (5) years ago, I have always dreamed of spending the rest of my life through thick and thin.

 

But, my heart is broken into a million pieces and it still feels like she carried my body, soul, and spirit with her into the grave because love was meant to be forever.  

 

How do you heal a broken heart? I need my wife to tell me. We were totally inseparable and family and friends noticed this and called us ‘’two bars of chocolate stuck in the mouth...''

 

 

Third, start with a touching quote, poem, wise saying, her favorite saying, or bible verse if you are a Christian. Let’s use this quote to come up with our opening lines.

 

“The greatest thing you'll ever learn is to love and be loved in return”

― Moulin Rouge

 

Here you go:

I once read a quote that says that the greatest thing you’ll ever learn is to love and be loved in return. Well, Margaret was the best thing to have ever happened to me and I found my life’s greatest gift in her.

 

Isn’t that sweet and powerful? Do you want to start your introduction with a quote?

 

Fourth, it takes a strong man to start his funeral tribute with a song. But, if you can do it, please do it by all means if you really want it to be the most memorable tribute ever.





You may take inspiration from Whitney Houston’s: ‘’Where Do Broken Hearts  Go? ''

 

 

Imagine how deeply meaningful and eloquent your speech will be if you make it a parody of that popular song. You may re-write aspects of it this way and sing it:

 

I know it's been some time
But there's something on my mind

You see, I haven't been the same
Since that cold November(change it to the day she died) day
You said goodbye to me unexpectedly
But all I found was an empty place in my heart
And the only things I learned
Is that I need you desperately

 

So here I am
And can you please tell me, oh

 

Where do broken hearts go?
Can they find their way home
Back to the open arms of my
Of a love that's waiting at the other side?

 

How would you feel if you heard someone begin their tribute with those lyrics?Let’s move to another thing.

 

Fifth, you can simply start with a story of how and when you met your departed wife.  That’s so easy to do, right? If you need an example, here’s one:

 

I met Heather in 1962 at a Catholic church

dance. It was a barn dance, and it was a roaring

20’s theme. I was there with a group of Navy

men and we were sitting on one side of the barn

while the ladies all sat on the other. No one was

actually dancing yet….

 

 

How To Write The Body Or Speech Outline Of Your Eulogy

 

 

The second part of the presentation is the body or content structure of your speech. It comes after the introduction and is a continuation of the ideas raised in the introduction.

 

With so many happy and sad memories tucked in your mind, it can be pretty hard to know where to start.

 

If you are caught in this dilemma, you can follow this simple plan so you can easily organize your thoughts.

 

This is what I want you to do now. Grab a sheet of paper and provide answers to the following questions:

  • What were early years of your marriage like?
  • What were your collective achievements as a couple?
  • How did she impact your life and the family and others she ever met?
  • How did she make your house a home?
  • What are the most memorable moments you have had together?
  • What are her personal attributes? Was she giving? Loving? Caring? Do you have an anecdote that highlights those character traits?

 

Eulogy speech for wife examples

 

Question: What you written down answers to those questions. You may go back to read the example above and let it inspire you to piece together a beautiful story about your wife. 

 

The first draft can be a real mess. So don’t be discouraged if your first attempt doesn’t look great. Get back to it another time and get rid of the excesses until your writing sparkles with the right emotions.

 

 

How To End Your Eulogy For Your Spouse

 

The conclusion comes after the body.  Let’s look at a few ways of bringing closure to your tribute.

 

You can end by sharing her wishes with the mourners. I once wrote a tribute where the deceased remarked that she didn’t want everyone to be sad when she passed. Here’s how I captured her last wishes.

 

While we mourning her loss, let us be thankful for her presence in our lives. Before she passed, she told me to tell you not to be too sad because that’s not what she wants. She said we should laugh at her jokes and share good stories about all those wonderful moments.

 

 

Is that something you would like to do? Your answer should be based on your wife’s last wishes.

 

You may conclude with a poem by Ryann. Here’s a perfect example:

 

When I try to take a break
and relax in my busy life,
my heart, it does ache,
and all I think is how I miss my wife.

It hurts me so bad,
all this pain inside,
thinking of the love we had
and the tears I have cried.

I think of the places that we went to,
how I love you with all my heart
and all the things we didn't get to do,
but most of all how we have been torn apart.

I miss you so
and love you still.
I did not want to let you go,
but I tell myself it was God's will.

Every day I see things you've done.
It is lonely without you here.
I try to be strong for our wonderful son,


 

If you have nothing to say, just thank everyone for coming and reassure your children that you will stand by them at all times.

 

Share with your family and friends how and why you will miss her. 


Mother Of The Groom Speech: The Complete Guide To Writing The Best Mother Of The Groom Speech Ever

 

Writing and delivering a mother of the groom speech that honors your son and daughter-in-law at the wedding reception or rehearsal dinner is a huge responsibility you shouldn’t take lightly.

 

Well, if you are looking for tips and ideas about what to say and what not to say and have no clue, have no fear because I am here to help.

 

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In this complete guide, I will share with you:

  • Proven tips and ideas to help you write a funny and sentimental mother of the groom speech
  • How and where to get great ideas for your wedding speech for your son
  • How to make the most of mother of the groom speech examples
  • What to say about your new daughter-in-law
  • How to calm your nerves and speak with poise and clarity
  • How to start and end your mother of the groom speech
  • Plus a whole lot more

 

Ok, let’s get down to business.

 

What Should A Mother Of The Groom Say In Her Speech?

 

When the groom’s mom imagine making a mother of the groom’s speech, she has just one goal, And that’s doing everything she can to make her son proud with her speech.

 

As a professional mother of the groom speech writer, I know this because several moms ask me for help with their wedding speeches.

 

Six years ago, Bum set her sights on delivering the best mother of the groom speech ever when her only child and son was getting married to a very wonderful lady.

 

When she reached out for help, I was a little hesitant because I was inundated with work.  I asked to take care of it since she is a writer. She sure was good with words. But, she was freaking out as she had no experience with writing wedding speeches.

 

What to say as mother of the groom at sons wedding

 

So, I ended up helping her out.  Well, you might be probably thinking that if a writer like her couldn’t put her story together beautifully, then you stand no chance of success.

 

You don’t have to throw your hands up in despair yet. Neither should you feel sorry for yourself that you don’t have what it takes to make a very lovely and heartfelt mother of the groom speech.

 

Believe it or not, you can! You don’t actually have to be a writing genius or even a talented speaker to pour your heart and soul into writing an amazing mother of the groom speech for your son and daughter-in-law.

 

Just take a moment to imagine how you would you feel if you pluck up the courage and speak with confidence and poise?

 

Again, picture yourself being showered with very sincere praises and compliments from family and friends for being the best speaker of the night. Wouldn’t you like it?

 

Also, envision being hugged and kissed by your son for having made him proud with your mother of the groom speech.  Wouldn’t that leave you with a great feeling of joy, pride, and excitement? It sure will and you will thank me if you ever get back to me when the wedding bells stop ringing.

 

All these and more are the possibilities a really good mother of the groom wedding speech gives.  

 

What I am going to share with you isn’t some theory stuff or something I came up with on the fly.

 

It’s based on my personal working experience as a mother of the groom speech wedding speech writer.

 

So, please grab your pen, journal, notepad or open up your word document and put away anything that will most likely interfere with doing things right.

 

This Can Help You Deliver Your Mother Of The Groom Speech With Ease

Before I let you in on all the tips and examples, there’s one thing I would like bring to your attention as it can hinder you from achieving your wedding speaking dreams.

 

I will talk about it in the next chapter and outline steps to deal with it so you can string your thoughts together beautifully and deliver your speech with ease.

 

What I am talking about is something that happens to everyone, including the best public speakers out there. 

 

Do you feel a bit faint when imagine how your mother of the groom speech will go? It’s perfectly normal to feel that way prior to doing anything in life. So, don’t be alarmed if you start to panic.

 

This illustration can clear things up for you. Let’s say you are still learning how to drive a car. Your spouse thinking you have mastered turning the wheel asks if it would be possible to take the family out on a road trip.

 

Wanting to show off your newly-acquired driving skills, you agree to do that.  As the day draws closer and close, you start to feel a little nervous and anxious as you are not too sure how it will go. I am sure you won’t have very sound sleep if you are a very confident driver.

 

Does that have any correlation to your mother of the groom speech? Yes and yes to that.

 

Here’s the thing about public speaking anxiety: We always get a little timid if we have little or no experience in whatever we set our focus on.  Nonetheless, everyone has to start from somewhere to get to somewhere.

 

By this, I am reminded of the Chinese proverb that says that the journey of a thousand miles begin with a single step.  Similarly, writing your mother of the groom should start with a single step. Unfortunately, most mothers ended up taking triple steps by quickly putting their thoughts together after leafing through couple of mother of the groom speech templates.

 

The end result is a horrible patchwork of disjointed ideas which makes them vulnerable to apprehension. Thus, concluding that it’s better to say something than not to say anything at all.

 

When it comes to writing a lovely mother of the groom speech, that journey of a thousand mile starts from the mind and ends in the mind since it’s the battlefield of life.

 

Let me ask you these simple questions (just be truthful with yourself):

 

  • How did you feel when your son called out of the blue and asked you to deliver your mother of the groom speech? Did you feel jittery? I attribute this mood to the fear of failure. Most moms are so afraid of the unknown and so afraid of failing at things in which they have limited or no expertise, which is why you feel a bit frazzled. Don’t worry; I am going to help you overcome this soon.

 

  • Are you a naturally confident person? The tips I will be outlining shortly can help boost your self-confidence.

 

  • Do you have past public speaking failures?

 

  • Have you ever found yourself writing a speech only to run of ideas?

 

These and other issues are the underlying causes of your nervousness. Feeling nervousness is not always a bad thing. It happens to everyone.

I remember like it was yesterday when my heart thumped with fear when I was asked to deliver a tribute at grandma’s funeral. But, I felt a bit better once I started speaking.

 

So, you don’t have to feel down or low about those feeling of uneasiness.  Your nerves can rather help you meet this challenge and motivate you to reach your speaking goals.

 

But, how?  Let go off the past and keep imagining your family and friends smiling and applauding you for a great done as you deliver your wedding tribute for your son

 

As you keep imagining this positive outcome in your head, it will keep fears at bay and help build up your self-esteem and confidence.

 

 

This is what I want you to do right now to calm your nerves: Take lots of deep breaths and let out a huge sigh to relax your body and mind.  Then, start to imagine good things happening to you as you deliver your mother of the groom speech for your son and daughter before your family and friends.

 

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Don’t do it once. Practice this daily until it gets into your sub-consciousness so that it will be your potent defense mechanism when your mind starts to play tricks on you.

 

Do This And You Will Succeed

 

Do you remember the old saying that if you are not planning to succeed, you are planning to fail?  To succeed at this, you first have to dream it, and then plan it out to make your vision a reality.

 

Having a solid plan in place helps you streamline your thoughts in a coherent manner.  It also helps you craft a structure for your mother of the groom speech.

 

To make ideas flow in logical step, you may follow this simple plan. Start by creating a vision board for your mother of the groom speech.

 

A vision board is simply a projected outcome of how you want your speech to go. For example, you can write any of these words or phrases on your vision board:

 

  • I want my mother of the groom wedding speech to be funny, emotional, and inspirational.
  • I want to simply share stories about my son
  • I want to leave them with moist eyes
  • How do I start and end my mother of the groom speech?

 

Without a clear vision on your speech vision board, it would hard to direct your efforts in ways that satisfy your writing needs. Got the picture? Ok, let’s go on.

 

Those words (your vision for the speech) can be on a poster board, stick-it- notes, a plain paper like an A4 sheet, or on any other material.

 

Then, fasten your vision board to a prominent place in your home.  Not only will this prevent procrastination but also ensure that you work hard to achieve your goals.

 

 

Now, let’s look at …

 

How And Where To Get Ideas For Your Mother Of The Groom Speech

 

A lot of times, good ideas mostly come to the curious mind and the best way to spark your curiosity is by getting your feet wet.

 

You can get your feet by first watching mother of the groom speech video clips. There are so many (best and worst) of such examples out there that it becomes pretty hard to figure out the right videos to watch for guidance and inspiration.

 

To give you a proof, you will find so many videos if you go to youtube.com and insert this broad keyword (mother of the groom speech) into the search box. These results will pop out:

 

How to write mother of the groom speech

 

I guess you can’t watch all of that due to time constraints.  Hence, you should look for simpler and easier ways of getting great videos (like the one below) you can watch and profit them.

 

To save time and energy, you should look for videos that align with your vision for your mother of the groom speech.

 

For example, if you are thinking of doing a funny mother of the groom speech, you should insert the keyword’’ hilarious mother of the groom speech’’ and you will find a video like this:  

 

 

Again, if you are thinking of doing a sentimental/touching mother of the groom speech, you may use that keyword and its variants. You can watch and learn from this example:

 

 

 

If you want to make your mother of the groom speech fun, engaging and entertaining, this should be your keyword: mother of the groom speech song/rap.  Digging a little deeper, I found this video example:

 

 

 

Do you see where this is going? Watching those videos give you an idea of how mother of the groom speeches are made.

 

Let me add that you can watch the worst videos if you have some time so you don’t repeat the mistakes those speakers made.

 

Let me ask you this:

  • Did you really watch any of those videos?
  • And did you learn a thing or two?
  • Is there anything in those video clips that struck a chord with you?
  • Would you like to model your mother of the groom speech after those videos?

 

If you just watched them for pleasure, then you go back and re-watch one or two and jot down ideas you feel might be very helpful for your writing needs.

 

Writing A Lovely Mother Of The Groom Speech Starts Right Here

 

Wouldn’t it be great if you could write your mother of the groom speech at this point? I wish we could do that. But, you have to go back in time to recall all those great moments you have had with your son and the whole family. This would make the writing process a breeze.

 

You see, memories are the heartbeat of all memorable speeches. Unfortunately, as we grow and age, we often forget about all those precious memories.

 

Sometimes, they are just lying dormant in your mind and you only need something to prop them up to the surface.

 

Since a good speech is a collection of happy memories, I want us to get as many memories as possible down on paper using these well-known methods:

  1. Flip through your old journal/diary (if you have them) and write down his life’s events you would like to use for your mother of the groom speech.
  1. Pore through old family photos and videos and other mementos to rekindle lost memories. As you go through those beloved belongingness and keepsakes, write down what each photo brings to mind and the memory they convey.

 

As an example, you can flip through his childhood photos and ask yourself what they remind you of? You can also scan photos of his teenage years and so on.

 

  1. You don’t have to worry if for some reason, you can’t find his photos or you are really struggling to remember specific details.  Your family members can be a source of tremendous help here.

 

Just talk to his dad, his brothers and sisters, aunts and uncles, grandpa and grandma, and they will be happy to share some really fond memories that can embellish your words beautifully.

 

  1. Family scrapbooks come in handy if you want to recollect very warm memories. So, can letters, notes and cards he sent you on important days like on your birthday, mother’s day, wedding anniversary, and so on.

 

Once, a mom asked to work on her mother of the groom speech. Whilst reviewing her information, I found a very touching letter her son sent when he was on the war front. I felt it might make her mother of the groom speech very heartfelt and I ended up infusing its contents into my draft which made her cry.

 

Here’s an excerpt of it:

 ‘’Fourteen years ago, you sent me heartfelt note. In that poem, you spoke so lovingly of the love we have for each other, the great sacrifices I have made for you and our shared ordeals on the battlefield of life. It really touched my heart and soul. I nearly drowned in my own tears.

 

We have been through thick and thick, but you’ve always stood by me and cared for me. You have been my love, inspiration, cheerleader, and rock. 

All I can say is that you’re an amazing wonder and blessing to all who know you, and many who don’t. Thanks for always making my day bright. Only God knows where I would be with you . I love you so much ’’

 

That can easily pass for a sentimental mother of the groom speech, right? Your guess is as good as mine.

 

Mother of the groom speech templates

 

Here’s a hint for you: After you have captured all those memories on paper, you will find yourself wondering which memory to use and what to discard and that can make the whole experience quite hectic.

 

To make things fairly easy, you can grab a sheet of paper and put down something like this:

  1. Childhood memories---fill in the blanks with the correct info or family photos
  2. Teenage memories---fill in the gaps with the right info or family photos
  • Landmark moments/memories(eg. high school and college graduation, ---fill in the blanks with the right info or family photos

It’s not finished yet. There’s more help on the way…

 

 

Mother Of The Groom Speech Examples And How To Use Them The Right Way

 

If you ask me or any mother of the groom wedding speech writer what the easiest way to get your ideas onto paper is, they are likely to respond with this definitive word:  mother of the groom speech examples/templates.

 

The reason being that well-written mother of the groom speech examples and samples have so many ideas, words and phrases you can borrow and add to yours.  

 

In addition to that, they may be used as models for guidance and inspiration.

 

That being said, I would like us to review this mother of the groom speech example.

 

After that, we will analyze it so that you can figure out how such examples can help you come up with the best mother of the groom speech ever.

 

The first thing to do is to pour heart and mind into reading the example I will be sharing shortly.

 

After that, please grab a pen and notepad and put down anything you wish to add to your presentation. Not verbatim though

Third, this should a word of caution:

Don’t copy it word for word because hundreds of eyeballs are glancing through this example this very minute and you risk being called a copycat if you do.

 

I remember years ago, someone asked me to edit his wedding speech. This person basically copied my examples word for word without even tweaking it a little bit. I think that’s so wrong and you shouldn’t do that.

 

Well, I can’t lay the blame on anyone considering that the overwhelming majority of mothers of the grooms find this rather lazy approach as the easy way out.

 

But, you don’t have to. You don’t want anyone to tell you to the face that you copied that example from the internet. Do you?

 

Just use it to create an original speech that’s entertaining and rich with his personal details.

 

Let’s look at this:

 

Mother Of The Groom Speech Example/ Template

 

Thank you all for joining us today to celebrate the union of two amazing souls, my son Jim and his beautiful bride, Janice.

For those of you who don’t know me, I am Esmile, proud mom of the groom.

 

Today is a day filled with joy, love, and a touch of nostalgia as I look back on the journey that brought us to this moment.

 

It feels like just yesterday that I was in the labor room during the Daytona 500 – yes, you heard that right! I couldn’t have chosen a more thrilling time to go into labor, and your dad, Dan, couldn’t have chosen a more exciting event to want to finish watching before we headed to the hospital.

‘’One more lap’’, he said, and I’m grateful we made it in time to welcome our little racer into the world.

 

From the very beginning, Jim was always an eager and adventurous child. At just 8 months old, he took his first steps, ready to explore the world and conquer it. I can’t tell you how many times he climbed out of his crib, always keeping me on my toes.

 

But those moments were precious, as I saw in him a determination that would shape his future endeavors.

 

Jim had a vivid imagination as a child, and he dreamed of becoming a firefighter or a Ghostbuster – a hero who could save the day.

 

While the Ghostbuster dream might have been a bit creepy, I’m glad he chose the path of a firefighter, selflessly serving his community and protecting others.

 

And let’s not forget his love for the drums – he could really make some noise, but hey, practice makes perfect, right?

 

One thing I always enjoyed was watching Jim play hockey – he had such passion and dedication on the ice. And when he wasn’t playing, I must admit, I couldn’t resist taking his Monte Carlo SS for a spin. It’s a mother’s prerogative, isn’t it?

 

Mother of the groom tips and ideas

 

Of course, Jim’s love for the water was undeniable, as evidenced by his boat ‘’Spot On.’’

 

He earned his captain’s license and became part of the Sea Tow team, making waves in his life and career. But life wasn’t just about boats and hockey for Jim – he had a big heart for his four-legged friends too.

 

 

His Dalmatian, Cash, was like his own child, and their bond was truly heartwarming. I like to believe that Cash is up there with your dad, looking down upon us today with pride and joy as they witness the love you share.

 

 

And speaking of adorable creatures, there was that Houdini-like hamster who managed to escape from its cage time and again.

 

It’s amazing how you both had similar experiences with your loved hamsters, Jenny.

 

Perhaps it was a sign of the adventures you’d share together. Janice, my dear, you have brought so much joy and love into Jim’s life, and I couldn’t be happier that he found someone as special as you.

 

When Jim missed the cutoff date for the fire department test, I was amazed by his determination to pursue his dreams regardless.

 

He became a paramedic and continued to make a difference in people’s lives, just as he will in yours, Janice.

 

I’ve seen the love you both share, and it reminds me of Jim’s favorite movie, Forest Gump. He always says you two are like peas and carrots – a perfect blend of unique personalities.

 

And let’s not forget the adorable mugshot story – a funny reminder of your wilder days, Janice.

 

But hey, we all have our youthful adventures, right?

 

And as a reminder, Jim uses that mug shot as his screensaver. I may have stumbled with a certain text message, but true love like yours can withstand any miscommunication.

 

As you take each step in this new chapter of

your life, I want to leave you with a few words of wisdom. May you continue to communicate openly, supporting each other unselfishly, and always standing side by side, hand in hand.

 

May your love grow deeper with every passing day, and may you find happiness in the little things.

 

So, let’s raise our glasses to Jim and Janice, two remarkable souls embarking on the adventure of a lifetime. May your love be eternal, your hearts full of joy, and your lives filled with beautiful memories. Cheers!

 

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I hope you took away some great ideas from that example. I did. But, I want us to look at the structure of the mother of the groom speech since every word you will ever write center around it. Besides, it will help keep your thoughts on track.

 

If you did analyze the speech carefully, you will realize that the mother of the groom speech is organized around these bullet points:

 

  • Introduction
  • Body
  • Conclusion

 

First, let’s look at the first bullet point: introduction or what is usually referred to as the opening remarks. 

 

It’s like the hook and bait of on a fishing rod. I am saying this because its job is to grab the attention of your family and friends and to draw them in to the body of your speech.

 

These are the core components of the introduction:

 

Greetings: Here’s an example:

I want to begin by saying what an incredible honor it is to stand before you all as the mother of the groom. Today is a day that has been long awaited, not just by my son Colin and his beautiful bride Nataly, but by our entire family. Your presence is deeply appreciated.

 

  • Short-self introductory remarks

This is another example:  For those of you who don’t know me, I am Mitchelle, proud mom of the groom.

 

  • Thank the guests for coming

Here, you can thank the guests, the bride’s parents, your siblings, and your mom and dad for helping you take care of your son.

 

Please grab your notes and provide a list of people you want to express gratitude to and mention why you are thanking them.  This example can give you clearer idea:

‘’ Mom was like a second mom to Mark. She helped me with everything. She did everything in her power to make life easier for me and reduce my stress during my tough times. She would keep him at her house when I was sick, while also making meals for me. She would feed him his favorite meals, brush his hair, read to him,  and plant a flower garden with him. Her love was unconditional and absolute. ‘

 

The other aspect of the introduction is the hook. The hook is that part of your speech that gives the wedding attendees a compelling reason to listen to you.

 

If you don’t do it well, they will conclude that your mother of the groom speech is going to be as boring as spending a very long time in quarantine.  

 

 

Here are a few ways to make yours one to remember.

  • You can start with a little story about how and when he was born if it has a dramatic twist. To illustrate, Michelle was expecting to have a daughter and the doctors said she was carrying her boy.

 

As it turned out, she got a girl when her water broke.  Such stories make really good mother of the groom speeches what they are. What’s your own unique story? Please write it down and share with the wedding guests.

 

  • Start by sharing a small story about who your son was when he was just a little boy. To show what I mean, this is how one person did it.

 

‘’I was always very thankful that I could be there for my son. My own father passed away when I was just six(6) years old, and that was difficult. So, when her mom was pregnant…’’

 

Don’t you think that would make everyone pay attention? You bet.

 

  • To strike the right emotional tone, you can use mother of the groom speech quotes or one-liners. The following mother-son quotes can help you do just that.
  • Sons are the anchors of a mother’s life.” – Sophocles, Greek playwright
  • Sons are the anchors of a mother’s life.” – Sophocles, Greek playwright
  • “There is an enduring tenderness in the love of a mother to a son that transcends all other affections of the heart.” – Washington Irving, author
  • Be strong out there, my son. Look for the love and kindness in others. Forgive yourself when you make mistakes, and enjoy the journey.” – Kirsten Wreggitt, author
  • “To be a mother of a son is one of the most important things you can do to change the world. Raise them to respect women, raise them to stand up for others, raise them to be kind.” – Shannon L. Alder, author

 

Let’s move on to the next pillar: the body

 

The body is the outline of the speech. It’s the flesh and bone of your mother of the groom speech.

 

But, here’s what I found quite disturbing. The overwhelming majority have beautiful stories about their sons, but miss the mark when condensing years of memories to crafting mother of the groom speeches.

 

The logical step is to write down the really good memories you would like to use. So, let’s down to it by first answering these questions:

 

  • What was it like when your son was growing up?
  • What are his great attributes or character traits? Is he very loving and giving?
  • When did he first mention the bride?
  • How has he become a better person since meeting the bride?

 

Here’s a little assignment to help you script the body.

Do you have answers to those questions? Ok…Read through the example once again for inspiration and use those answers to write a first draft. You may not like it on your first try.

 

Funny mother of the groom speech

 

But take comfort in Ernest Hemmingway’s quote: ‘’ The first draft of anything is shit’’

 

All you have to do is to go back and refine that messy draft until you say to yourself ‘’it looks great. I think I am good to go!’’

 

Do this before you think of popping the champagne. Let's look at this next thing:

What You Should Say About Your Daughter-In-Law

 

Don’t forget to write a few things about the bride. Here are some ideas to help you write something about her.

 

  • Write down how you felt when you first met her…don’t comment negatively even if you don’t like her
  • Mention how she complements your son or why they are a perfect match.
  • Mention how their relationship has blossomed over the years. For instance:

‘’They were both building and taking on challenges for something great, and I watched as they formed a friendship and love for each other that mothers always want to see for their sons. I appreciate you for handling my Rob like gold.’’

 

 

Now, you can pop your champagne.

 

Let’s look at the conclusion: Here’s an excerpt from the above template

‘’ May your love grow deeper with every passing day, and may you find happiness in the little things. So, let’s raise our glasses to Jim and Janice, two remarkable souls embarking on the adventure of a lifetime. Cheers! ‘’

 

On the face of it, this looks like something anyone can do with remarkable ease. It’s a rather ordinary way of wrapping up because we are used to hearing that said over and over again.

 

But, you can do much more than that with these tried and tested methods:

 

The Best Is Yet To Be

On your joyful wedding day,
You begin a brand new life.


You'll share life's joy and pleasure;
You'll have plenty of that, it's true.

But love is the real treasure
For you both .

And if life hands you challenges,
As it does to one and all,
Your love will hold you steady
And never let you fall.

Your wedding day is full of joy;
Tomorrow you cannot see.
But one thing's sure for the two of you:
The best is yet to be.


By Joanna Fuchs

 

  • What about presenting a very lovely and meaningful gift to the bride and groom? Just imagine framing their vows and giving it as a gift. Have you ever thought about that?

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Father Of The Groom Speech: The Definitive Guide For Writing The Best Father Of The Groom Speech Ever

You are because you are looking for tips and ideas and examples to help you write the best father of the groom speech ever. 

Just bear with me for just a little while and I will share with you everything you need to know about writing a great father of the groom speech even if you don't know where to start.

Ok. Let's get started. 

 

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What Does A Father Of The Groom Say In His Wedding Speech?

 

Whenever fathers think of delivering their father of the groom speeches, all they do is to write a few stories about their sons and somehow hope that will get generous rounds of applause.But an exceptionally delivered father of the groom speech goes beyond that obvious approach.

Quotes for father of the groom speech

 

Want to know more about the secret tips and ideas about writing a great father of the groom speech that will earn you the respect and admiration of your family and friends? We will get into that in a heartbeat.

 

 

But first picture this. Just think about how you would feel when friends and family and even total strangers come over to congratulate you and even request for copies of your story about your son and new daughter-in-law.

 

 

Or better still, picture this scenario. Your wedding speech was so good that a celebrity and other well-meaning individuals at your son’s wedding reception ask you to pose for a photograph with them.That would leave you with a profound feeling of excitement, honor and gratitude for a great job done, right?

 

 

Well, whenever John thought of writing a lovely father of the groom speech, he dreamed of all those possibilities and more.

 

 

 

Deep down in his heart, he felt that if only he could deliver his father of the groom speech with clarity and confidence, he would truly feel fulfilled as the groom’s dad.

 

But, how was he going to survive considering that he considered himself a terrible writer and speaker?

 

You see, the vast majority of fathers of the groom are a lot like John.  They want to make their sons proud with their words, but they seem to be stuck in a rut because they just can’t find the right words that will highlight the depths of their eternal bonds of friendship as he starts the next chapter of his life with that special someone he can’t live without.

 

 

If you ever find yourself in a very spot, please breathe in and out and just relax because you have found a writing friend in me. As chapters of this post unfold, I promise to share with you proven and easy-to-follow tips and ideas that can help you go from having butterflies in your chest to having peace of mind like sunrise so you can easily write the best ever father of the groom speech.

 

 

Don’t Let This Sabotage Your Father Of The Groom Speech…Do This Instead

 

Before we look at how to pour your whole body, heart and soul into writing an amazing father of the groom speech, I feel it’s very necessary, though, at this point to address an issue that afflicts almost every father of the groom prior to speaking about their son’s wedding day. You have to know this, so, please don’t skip it over.

 

 

How did you feel when your son phoned you and asked you to deliver a few remarks at his wedding? Did your heart miss lots of beats? Did you feel a cold shiver down your spine? Or did you experience a sudden spike in your blood pressure?

 

 

If you experience any of those symptoms or more, then you have probably made these remarks before:

  • I hate being in the public eye…
  • I don’t have a natural aptitude for string words together like a master storyteller.  Ok, I know what you are thinking.

 

 

Guess what? You are not alone. We (including world famous speakers) have all been there. When most father’s find themselves in this sticky situation, they tend to overthink it. They lose sleep about what to say and what not to say without even preparing for the task ahead.

 

 

Some, others, simply wing it thinking that they know their sons very well to come up with great stories on the fly.  Not a bad idea if you are a great storyteller.

 

Tips and ideas for father of the groom speech

 

I have some fathers’ use this clever approach and I think it’s a great way to forge a strong bond with the wedding crowd if you are a naturally talented speaker. Such presentations are not only succinct and sweet but it comes from the heart.  And that’s something I wish all fathers do.But, as you know, not so many fathers have a way with words.

 

 

This is what some fathers too and I think it’s the root cause of anxiety, tension, and nervousness. Due to family and work demands, some fathers put it off only to realize a few days before the wedding they don’t have a father of the groom speech in hand.  Thus, settling for an ordinary speech.

 

 

Your son doesn’t deserve that, right? When it comes to writing a father of the groom speech, it’s more like a marathon and not a sprint. It often takes lots of preparation, practice and self-belief to build up your confidence and self-esteem.

So, let’s take this writing exercise like running a marathon and you will achieve your writing goals.

 

 

This is what I want you to do right away if you are still feeling anxious. Amit Ray said it best that if you want to conquer the anxiety of life, live in the moment, and live in the breath.

 

 

So, please take a deep breath in and out to relax your nerves.  If you take Amit’s prescription to heart, you will be taking slow but sure steps towards conquering your anxieties and also delivering a great father of the groom wedding speech with clarity and poise.

 

 

On the flip side, being nervous is actually a telltale sign of accumulated fears. Ok, I will explain. A friend of mine had an accident while learning to drive. He lost control of the wheels and almost killed himself and another person. He has since lost his zeal for car driving.

 

 

Now, most of us are like my friend.  We have had series of speaking setbacks that we have repeatedly said to ourselves and others within our circles that it’s not our strong suit.

 

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Sure, you might not have that the aptitude. I get it. But, you can dust yourself off and seize this once-in-a-life time moment to re-write your story and make your son proud with a touching father of the groom speech.

 

That takes us to the next chapter. I guess that’s your favorite part of this whole thing we are looking at. Ok, let’s look at it.

 

 

How To Quickly And Easily Write Your Father Of The Groom Speech

 

Your father of the groom speech should start and end with this: proper planning.

As the old age goes, proper planning prevents poor performance. By inference, proper planning leads to outstanding accomplishments.

 

 

From writing and reviewing hundreds of father of the groom speeches for my clients and others, I have seen most fathers make this classic mistake: they find some father of the groom speech examples and tweak it a bit to suit personal needs.

 

When I first started out as a father of the groom speech writer back in the day, I used to make that mistake too. Thank God, I am now an accomplished father of the groom speechwriter. But, it wasn’t always easy.

 

 

In the past, I didn’t know what I gotten myself into as I read several father of the groom speech templates and just modeled my speech after them. That gave me a bad rap and I run into several problems. As a result, I was labeled as a ‘’copy and paste guy. ‘’  Isn’t that sad?

 

 

Unfortunately, the vast majority of fathers seem to dabble in this unhealthy practice as well. Don’t get wrong. I am not saying that, that lazy approach is entirely wrong per se. There’s a time and place for that if you harness it properly for your good.

 

Father of the groom speech samples

 

If all you ever do is to start writing down your father of the groom speech after studying a few father of the groom speech samples, you will end up with a not so great wedding speech for your son and daughter-in-law.

 

 

Let’s get back to what we were previously discussing. Do you still remember what I told you about proper planning being the secret to your success in the last four paragraphs?

 

 

Here’s the most important part. You first have to have to lay the foundation for your father of the groom speech in your mind considering that the battles of life are won in your mind’s eye.

 

 

So, this is what I recommend you do (I do that all the time before I put any speech together) right away.

 

 

The first thing to do is to create the desired and ideal outcome of your speech in your mind.  Here are some questions to help you do just that.

  • What’s it that you want to say about your son?
  • How do you want your son to feel after listening to your words?
  • What do you want to say about the groom and bride?
  • How do you want your family and friends to feel after you are done? Teary-eyed? Happy? The best father of the groom speeches is often a harmonious blend of happy and sentimental emotions.
  • What’s my personality like? And what kind of father of groom speech (more on that later) does my personality type allow me to do?

 

 

One more hint:  This mental exercise can set you up for success if you write everything down as if you have already achieved your pre-performance goals. Now that you have a clear direction on where this is going, let’s talk about some specifics of how to get there.

 

 

We can only do that by looking at how to build momentum for your father of the groom speech. This can only be possible if we first figure out how and where to get proven ideas for your toast.

 

 

The best way to inspire and create momentum as a father of the groom as you move forward with your speech is to ensure you are headed in the right direction. 

 

 

I like to liken this to a chef who is preparing a sumptuous meal fit for a king. He can only deliver a finger-licking meal if he’s in the right frame of mind and has all the right ingredients in the right amount.

 

 

Similarly, you can only deliver a really good father of the groom speech if you have right tools to work with. But, most importantly, you need to put yourself in a focused and calm mood.

 

 

To do that, you have to go to youtube.com and insert the search bar ‘’father of the groom speech’’ and other variants of that keywords. As you do, several videos will pop up like this:

Father of the groom speech templates and examples

 

Of course, you can’t sift through all of them due to time constraints. Besides, not all of them are that good.

 

 

So, let’s go back to what I told you about creating an ideal outcome in your mind at the start of this piece. Do you still remember that? Ok, good. So, for example, if you are fun to be around, then you can probably do a funny father of the groom speech.

 

 

In this case, you can add that keyword into the search bar and watch a video like this to get you in the mood:

 



Again, if you are a very expressive person or have a knack for churning out great stories, you can watch a storytelling speech like this one to put you in the mood as well.

 



If you are someone who wears your heart on your sleeves, then you can look for a touching or sentimental father of the groom speech on that same platform. Here’s one I found for you from that domain to help put you in the mood.

 



Do you have an idea of what I mean by delivering a speech based on who you are? And did you notice how I kept repeating this phrase: ‘’put you in the mood’’

 

Let’s see exactly how it works. Putting yourself in the mood simply means putting one step forward if you have never made a speech your whole lifetime.

 

 

It also gives you a fair idea of how such speeches are made. What’s more, you can find ideas and tips you can work into your father of the groom wedding speech.

 

 

This is something you can do right now to get your momentum going: Scroll up the page to watch a father of the groom speech video clip.  Then, put down in your journal or open up your document and type or write the kind of speech you would like to deliver. Will you do something funny, heartfelt, or narrative? That’s not all there is to it anyway.

 

 

You can do something poetic or use my favorite style: sing-song father of the groom speech.  Let’s look at another example:

 

 

If you have a creative streak, you can do bits and pieces of each style to make your father of the groom speech unique and memorable. Wouldn’t you love it?

 

How To Get Content Ideas For Your Father Of The Groom Speech

Next, let’s look at how and where to get content ideas for your father of the groom speech as that will form the basis for the content material.

Now, let’s look at where to get ideas for your speech.

 

 

Can you guess where those ideas are? They are all lying dormant in your mind. Fond memories of when your son was born, to when he was a little, to when he was growing, to his engagement can help you come up with great ideas for your father of the groom speech.

 

 

Well, if you don’t have a razor-sharp memory and have forgotten some very precious moments, then you can do this simple exercise to bring them back instantly.

 

 

It is often said that you shouldn’t put off until tomorrow what you can do today. Drawing inspiration from this quote, let’s do this now since it can help you to build and maintain your confidence as a ‘’father of the groom speech writer’’ Please, don’t put it off until another time.

 

 

First, they say a picture is worth a thousand words and I think family pictures tell a story. So, grab your old family photos (vacation, graduation, birthday, and so on ) and recent ones to help you remember all those great moments you have had with your son growing up.

 

 

Second, if you have a scrap book you can flip through it to rekindle those treasured memories.

 

 

Third, you can dig up letters or notes or emails for some reflection. Still on that, you can look for greeting cards he sent over on birthdays, father’s day, thanksgiving, Easter and Christmas Holidays.

 

 

Here’s a hint:

Go through those photos to rekindle lost memories and put down stories those pictures bring to mind. They should be memories you would like to highlight in your father of the groom speech.

 

 

Letters and the other stuff aren’t meant for reminiscing on past events alone but for also helping you recall who he was and what he stood for.

What to say to your son at his wedding

 

For example, if your son Jimmy wrote you a touching letter expressing his love and admiration on father’s day, you can use portions of that letter to talk about his loving and caring personality.  I did this once for a mom and she loved every bit of it.

 

To illustrate, this is what I carved out of a long letter she sent over:

 

Daniel, I am so proud of you and how far you’ve come down the road of life. You have achieved a whole lot not only for yourself, but your family and in service of our country.

I remember when you were deployed to serve in Iraq the second time, we missed you so so badly and out of the blue, in January of 2010, you sent me a heartfelt poem.

 

In that poem, you spoke so lovingly of the love we have for each other, the great sacrifices I have made for you and our shared ordeals on the battlefield of life. It really touched my heart and soul. I nearly drowned in my own tears.

 

 

Here are a few questions to ask yourself as you review those pictures, letters, and notes.

  • What does this picture remind me about? Please write down your answers
  • Do I really want to use the stories that go with the pictures? Write down a yes or no to that.
  • Do you in anyway want to enhance your father of the groom speech with any of those photos? For example, you can use them as visual aids if you are doing a video presentation about your son.

 

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Why do you need all of that? By doing this, you can vary your speaking style so you don’t sound like one of those boring guys!

 

 

After you have done all that, you then launch into the deep by figuring out how to tie the thoughts and ideas you have already written down in response to the above questions into a very touching father of the groom speech.

 

 

Let me say that if you are not very gifted with words, it can be hard to know where and how to start. If you don’t know how to get around it, you will end up with a rather incoherent speech.

 

 

To make the writing process is simple, painless, quick, and very memorable on the wedding day; you have to first study a well-written father of the groom speech example/sample closely and carefully.

 

 

I will share with you such an example. Afterwards, I will analyze it and back aspects of it up with the right examples so you can make sense of it all.

 

As you go about studying the father of the groom speech example, you should reflect on the following questions: 

 

  • Are there aspects of the example you find interesting and fascinating?
  • Is there any way you can slot in the insights you got from reading it into your own writing?
  • Would you like to adapt the same style or you would like to come up with something else?
  • Do I like how it flows from the introduction to the conclusion(I will get to this in a heartbeat)

 

 

Without further ado, here it is:

 

Father Of The Groom Speech Example/ Template

Hello everyone. I’m Mike and I’m Eric’s father. On behalf of his mom Connie and I, we’d like to thank all of you for joining us in this very special celebration.

 

Erik came to us later in life than a lot of parents. So he wasn’t a surprise. He also came on his due date, which is very unusual from what I understand. So his actual birth was not unexpected either.

 

Still, as I was looking at this brand new miracle that had just entered into my life…I couldn’t help but think “I should have seen more movies. It’s going to be a long time before I get to see an entire movie, isn’t it?”

 

As a child, Eric was very kind, friendly and loved to entertain us with jokes. He had the mind of an engineer and was curious about everything. He used to look at his nookie as though he were trying to figure it out.

 

 

When he got his first bike with training wheels, he was so enamored with how training wheels worked that he tried to convince a neighbor to put training wheels on his road bike! Erik wanted him to let him know how they worked out.

 

Erik has always been a very good traveler. We took him to London and Paris to visit Connie’s sister when he was a little over a year old. He slept on the plane, didn’t cry, and I think even the other passengers were impressed! He even

climbed to the top of the Eiffel Tower when we got to France. Later, we got to go to Florida and see the launch of Atlantis. That was the final launch of the shuttle program, so that will always be a special memory.

 

He was a whizz at math. I remember a grade school teacher coming up to me and telling me that other children were coming to him for help with a math problem. That continued through college when he was a math tutor. Erik is always willing to help.

 

 

He was also a tremendous athlete in school. I remember this one sniper hockey shot that he made from midcourt.

Later, when I asked why he didn’t pass it on to a teammate he said that the teammate would have hit a pipe and missed the goal. I also have this (show baseball pic) greatest picture of all time. Erik sliding into home in baseball! It was fun watching him grow up and celebrating his accomplishments. It was also fun just to see him play.

 

He was very committed. He would always play for the entire season, even after others dropped out. Once he said that he was going to do something, well then you could take that promise to the bank.

 

He still is that way today. He’s a man of integrity, commitment, and honesty. That is why we are so happy that today he gets to make the ultimate commitment to someone who is also honest, smart, and loving.

 

Eileen, you are the best thing to ever happen to Erik. You are his best friend, his partner in life, and his one true love. We knew, well, we certainly expected, that you would be the one. Erik never brought women home unless he was serious.

 

You struck us as someone he felt more for than anyone right from the start. We are very proud of both of you and I’m so happy that our son has found someone that will bring him joy and happiness.

 

Tommy and Laura, you have raised a beautiful girl, inside and out. You should be so proud of her. And now we are family too! We look forward to more celebrations like this one in the years ahead.

 

Now is the time for advice for the couple. Erik, you need to learn the most important seven words any man can know if they plan to be happily married. Those words are and always will be “yes, dear.” “you were right” and “I’m

sorry.” The old adage, happy wife - happy life did not become an old adage because it isn’t true. It is very, very true!

 

Faith is important too. When you can’t see a solution to a problem when looking around, don’t be afraid to look up. God will be with you

always.

 

Also know that your support group, including me and your mother will always be here to assist, guide, or advise you.

 

I’m going to end with a movie quote. The most important value I have found is your integrity. That is something no one can take away from you. People try and test you hard, but it’s just a test, and sometimes letting go of some thingsthat looks like a really good thing, but compromising your integrity is not worth it in the long run.

 

So what I am saying is be true to your values and give yourself permission to “buzz the tower” every once in a while.

 

The two of you are heading into your greatest adventure, your greatest challenge, and your greatest accomplishment ever. Be kind to one another, and take care of each other.

 

I wish you all the happiness in the world. Let’s raise our glasses to Erik and Eileen! May you live happily ever after!

 

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The Right Way To Use The Father Of The Groom Speech Examples

 

Can you remember what your brilliant English teacher said about the three parts of an essay back in school? Well, it’s been ages, but can you give it a whirl? You just give it a try. A wild guess would make me happy.

 

 

Please stop scratching your head…I will help you out. Here’s the answer: The three parts are: Introduction…body…conclusion.

 

The father of the groom speech example above has all these three parts. If you really want the writing of your father of the groom speech to go down well, you have to split your piece into these three main parts: introduction, body, and conclusion.

 

 

Your introductory remarks are like a magnetic force of attraction because it pulls everyone into your speech.  So you should come up with a killer hook.

 

 

To help you do this, I am going to cull a small portion of it from the above template so you can get an idea of how to write a captivating opener. Here’s our excerpt drawn from our father of the groom speech example.

‘’ Hello everyone. I’m Mike and I’m Eric’s father.

On behalf of his mom Connie and I, we’d like to

thank all of you for joining us in this very

special celebration. ‘’

 

 

You see, there are two sides of the coin when it comes to writing a great opening address and you should always treat each side with the same care and consideration if you want your father of the groom speech to be very successful.

 

 

With that in mind, let’s look at the first side of the coin: the opening remarks

 

It should include these writing elements:

  • Greetings and short-self introduction
  • Expression of gratitude
  • State who you are and your role in the wedding. This is particularly helpful if you are doing father of the groom best man speech.

 

Father of the groom speech etiquette

 

Here’s an example:

When my son asked me to be his best man, my heart missed several beats and I almost passed out. Well, I figured he could have been asked his best friend Mark because they have been friends for 30 years. But I realized that he saw me more than a dad and it brought to the fore our deepest respect and love for one another.

 

Got it, now?

 

The second part of your opening remarks is called the hook and I like it to a movie trailer. It has to inspire and engage your family and friends right out of the gate. Below are some practical ways to do just that.

 

 

First, you can tell a little story about your boy’s childhood.

 

Second, if his mom is not around or deceased, you can pay her a small tribute. Just don’t overdo it because your speech is loving tribute to your son and not a funeral speech. Never, ever forget that.

 

Third, you can make your opening lines witty by using any of these fathers of the groom speech quotes to help you sound smarter and more confident in your delivery.

 

These thoughtful quotes can help jazz up your speech. Please take note of the underlined quote because we will talk about it in our discussion.

  • Every father should remember one day his son will follow his example, not his advice.”- Charles F.Kettering
  • “My father gave me the greatest gift anyone could give another person, he believed in me.- Jim Valvano
  • “No love is greater than that of a father for his son.” ― Dan Brown
  • A son is the clearest reflection of his father in the world’’- Unknown

 

 

Now, let’s use the first quote to write a very short father of the groom speech.

 

 

When I look at how far my beloved son has come down the road, it reminds me of what my dad said when his grandson was born. As a new dad, I was struggling to raise a new family.

 

So, I sought his opinion on a few things and one of the things he said that stills run deep was: Mark, you should remember that one day your little baby would grow up to follow your example, not your advice’’

 

 

Did you notice how I infused the stressed quote into that short father of the groom speech? That’s just one way of using them to enhance a wedding speech.

 

 

As previously stated, the body comes after your introductory remarks? What do you say when crafting it? That looks easy, right? Hmm. That depends on a lot of factors.

 

 

Of the three aspects of your speech, the body is the toughest part to write. Here’s why. With so many stories about his life buzzing in your head like a swarm of bees, it can be pretty tough to separate ‘’the wheat from the chaff’’ so to speak.

 

But; it’s completely doable. How so? Let’s get back to the body of our speech so you can model your speech after it.

 

Before we look into it, there are a few things you should bear in mind before you craft the body of your father of the groom speech.

 

This Is How Long Your Father Of The Groom Speech Should Be

 

A question most fathers ask is this: How long should my father of the groom speech be? I am not here to give my personal opinion. My answer is based on my working experience of being a father of the groom speech writer for several years.

 

The length of your father of the groom speech should be like having your favorite meal. It should be enough to make you feel full. What does that mean? Ok, I will explain further.

 

I have written both long and short father of the groom speeches and in both instances, I made sure they were exciting and not boring. So, long or short is not something to worry about.

 

Simply put, your storyline should be engaging. But, if your son has asked you to speak for a few minutes (say five, seven, and so on), then your story should be within that time limit.

 

 

He won’t mind though if you beyond the allotted time provided your speech is lovely.  I think sharing this case study will put this matter to bed. One time, I wrote a long father of the groom speech for this nice gentleman. He loved it but had a little concern about its length.

 

 

Well, we couldn’t narrow it down as he‘d wanted because he wanted to include everything about his son. In the end, he got rid of a few things in his speech. But, it was still a little bit long. To cut a long story short, he went with it and came back to say that his speech was a crowd pleaser.

 

 

Another time, I wrote a not so long speech for this grandfather of the groom and he trimmed it down to just one page and his performance was very outstanding. Did you see the difference? Long and short father of the groom speeches can work for you. You have to decide the route to take.

 

 

All in all, the content and style of your speech trumps everything else.  Nonetheless, your speech is patchwork of every single detail of your son’s life and shouldn’t sound like a biography. If sounds like one, then you really need help.

 

 

Do you recall what I said about delivering your lines based on your personality at the outset of this article? Well, that is very vital when crafting the body of your speech.

 

 

If you are a funny guy, you may do a funny speech. If you get teary whenever you talk about your son, you can do a sentimental father of the groom speech.

 

 

On the whole, father of the groom speeches that blends humor, sentiments, and storytelling always seem to be preferred style the wedding crowd enjoy the most.

 

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Having said that, let’s see how this extract (taken from the earlier example) can help you put down a decent story (the body) about your son without twisting facts.

‘’ As a child, Eric was very kind, friendly and

loved to entertain us with jokes.

 Erik has always been a very good traveler. We

climbed to the top of the Eiffel Tower when we

got to France. Later, we got to go to Florida and…

 

He was a whizz at math. I remember a grade

school teacher…

 

He was also a tremendous athlete in school. I

remember this one sniper…

 

 

Do you notice anything that stands out from that summary? Ok, let’s get on with this. To compose the body, you could write down one or more of these anecdotes to get it right:

 

  • Put down memories about his childhood and pick at least two really interesting stories you would like to use.
  • Put down a few memorable details about his youthful years.

 

Here, you may talk or write about his…

  • First job…Was he liked by his boss? What was his work ethic like? Did he love that job? Anything about that job that makes him proud?

 

  • High school graduation and scholarly achievements…was he on the deans or honors list? Did he graduate college?
  • Volunteerism and sports awards received…was he on the basketball or soccer team?

 

 

If your son’s youthful years weren’t particularly eventful, you can highlight his admirable traits. Was he kind? Giving? Is he a person of faith?

 

Reckoning that their sons are the main focus of their wedding speeches, some fathers only talk about their sons. But, you shouldn’t have to do that. Talk about your daughter-in-law too .

 

This example can give you an idea about what to say about her:

Grace gives Mike strength and the belief in himself to go out and achieve all that she wants. She’s an independent, strong lady anyway, but she is happier with him beside her. They are pretty inseparable.

 

 

Let’s do this together (here’s a small assignment for you) : Can you write something about your son using what I have just shared with you? You can….so please go ahead and do it.

 

What to say to your son and daughter-in-law at son's wedding

 

 

Let’s Look At The Closing Chapter Of This Post: The Conclusion

 

Whenever fathers think of rounding up their speeches, they thinking of writing it along these simple lines:

‘’Now is the time for advice for the couple. Erik,

you need to learn….

I wish you all the happiness in the world. Let’s

raise our glasses to Erik and ‘’

 

 

That’s okay as it’s a tried and tested approach of ending on a good note. But, when it comes to ending your father of the groom, memorableness should be the watch word because your closing lines are what your family and friends will remember most.

 

 

So, how can you end on a very memorable note? I am happy to share a few simple but proven ideas with you.

 

 

First, you can end with a witty quote. This quote can come from your own mind, movies, proverbs, and so on.

 

Don’t you think this quote will stick in the mind of your listeners if it’s used as your closing statement?

"The heart wants what it wants." — English love proverb

 

Second, if you are musically gifted, you can do a beautiful rendition of this funny song.

 

 

Imagine tweaking the lyrics a bit and ending with that!

 

Third, what about ending with this touching father of the groom speech rhyming poem?

The Meaning Of Love By Krina Shah

To love is to share life together,
to build special plans just for two,
to work side by side,
and then smile with pride,
as one by one, dreams all come true.

To love is to help and encourage
with smiles and sincere words of praise,
to take time to share,
to listen and care
in tender, affectionate ways.

To love is to have someone special,
one on whom you can always depend
to be there through the years,
sharing laughter and tears,
as a partner, a lover, a friend.

To love is to make special memories
of moments you love to recall,
of all the good things
that sharing life brings.
Love is the greatest of all.

Father of the groom speech

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Mother Of The Bride Speech Example: This Amazing Mother Of The Bride Speech Sample Can Easily Help You Write A Lovely Speech For Your Daughter

 

Is the thought of writing a great mother of the bride speech is stressing you out? Please don’t worry. Just stick with me for a little while and I will share with you proven tips and ideas and examples to easily help you deliver a heartfelt mother of the bride speech.

 

How did you feel when your daughter called you out of the blue and asked you deliver a mother of the bride speech?

 

That probably might have sent a cold shiver down your spine as you wondered what you are going to say on her wedding day.

 

That’s the feeling most moms have when they have to write mother of the bride speeches. It can get quite nerve-wracking if you are not good with words or don’t consider yourself to be natural speaker.

 

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Guess what? If you follow my simple but proven plan for easily writing a mother of the bride speech, you will go from feeling like a nervous wreck to becoming like an Oprah Winfrey behind the microphone.

 

Ok…I need this proven plan. But, where can I find it? Right here on this page, of course.

 

Before we get into the heart of it, let’s look at a potentially troubling issue for most moms and how you can take advantage of that to speak with poise and clarity.  

 

Get it wrong and you will end up embarrassing yourself even if you have written the best ever mother of the bride speech. You might not know this. But, what sets wedding speakers apart has little to do with the content of their mother of the bride speeches. Confidence is, to a large extent, responsible for the success of your wedding speech for your daughter.

 

However, the overwhelming majority of mothers don’t have the gut to speak before the crowd because of one or more of these fears:

  • Fear of the unknown
  • Anxiety about recurring past speaking failures
  • Fear of perfectionism ensuing in low self-esteem

 

Mother of the bride speech example

 

It’s absolutely normal to have all these fears and more prior to speaking in public because it’s in everyone to excel, particularly on a day like your daughter’s wedding day. Yours truly and all accomplished speakers and writers have these anxieties.

 

So, you shouldn’t dwell too much on your past mistakes or focus on imaginary fears. To overcome all those feelings, you have to trust in your own abilities and capabilities because no one is a better writer or speaker than you.

 

As a mother of the bride speech writer, I can tell you that building up your self-confidence is the first step towards helping you calm your nerves. That way, you can have the motivation to write your mother of the bride speech.

 

I am sure the question on your lips is…How do I build my self-confidence? It all comes down to adequate planning and executing it to the letter before you actually sit down to write or you will get stuck for ideas.

 

Here’s what the planning process entails:

  • Immerse yourself in a story or two before you start to write your script
  • Decide on the kind of mother of the bride speech you’d like to make
  • Gather content ideas for your mother of the bride speech
  • Make the most out of mother of the bride speech examples
  • Write and practice your mother of the bride speech

 

Let’s consider the first bullet point:

Immerse Yourself In Your Story Before You Craft Your Mother Of The Bride Speech

 

Sounds weird, right? Mmm…not what you think though…lol…If you have never made a mother of the bride speech before, then you have to consciously immerse yourself in the experience by first watching a couple of mother of the bride speech videos.

 

Here’s why:

  • It gives you an idea of what to say and what not to say
  • You are able to adapt a mother of the bride speech example you really like and copy bits and pieces just from watching it

 

There are many good ones you can watch and learn from. But, I think these are great ones you can some valuable insights from.

 

Here they are:

Mother Of The Bride Speech Video Example#1

 

 

Mother Of The Bride Speech Video Sample#2

 

 

Here’s what I learned from watching both video clips.

They are both hilarious, sincere and touching. 

 

 

That’s not all….Let’s look at the next idea:

 

Choose The Kind Of Wedding Speech You’d Like To Do

 

The mother of the bride speech you choose should reflect your personality and experience. For example, if you love to tell stories, then you are better off doing narrative mother of the bride speeches.

 

If you are naturally funny person, then you can go for a hilarious mother of the bride speech.These are the kinds of mother of the bride speeches you can pick from.

 

Here they are:

  • Religious/Christian mother of the bride speech
  • Dramatic mother of the bride speech
  • Touching/Sentimental mother of the bride speech….Here’s a video example

 

  • Poetic mother of the bride speech
  • Narrative mother of the bride speech
  • Funny mother of the bride speech…Here’s a perfect example:

 

  • A little bit of all the above speech styles

 

Now, I have good news for you. If you are not a natural writer, then this handy writing tool will a valuable gift to you.

 

Do you have any idea what this must-have tool is? Mother of the bride speech examples. This tool contains so many lines and jokes you can plug into your presentation.

 

In addition to that, you can also use it as an inspiration for coming up with your script.

 

Take this mother of the bride speech as an example.

 

Here it is: 

 

Mother Of The Bride Speech Example/Template 

 

Hello everyone. Most of you know me. I’m Celestine, Tracy’s mom. I’m so happy to be here today, to see my youngest getting married, and to watch my family grow.

 

You can see that I have my share of trials and tribulation, but I am also blessed beyond anything I ever imagined. I got to be the mother of 5 wonderful children.

 

Tracy was the youngest. She was a gift, given to me during the hardest time in my life. I was hurt, healing slowly, and grieving my late husband.

 

A man appeared who had the same surname as my husband. He remembered us from a holiday and after our tragic accident, a lot of people offered him condolences, assuming he was related. But he wasn’t. He came to visit me and

told me about it. We weren’t together long, my heart still belonged to my late husband.

 

But he gave me a wonderful gift. That priceless gift was Tracy. She was a wonderful child. She was always fun, made us laugh, and was adored by her siblings. I suffered from migraines, and she would bring cold towels and put them on my head when she was only 2 years old!

 

As a teenager, she was popular and loved to party! Especially if music was involved. She would go to music festivals and outdoor concerts. There were so many times she came home covered in mud. I always wondered if she was sleeping in a tent or a pigpen!

 

As an adult she is still funny and smart. She is so well liked by her employer the Kerry Group. They like her so much that are probably thrilled that her name will be Mrs. Kerry now!

Mother of the bride speech template

When she met Paul I was thrilled for her. He is so kind and treats her like a queen. He is everything a mother could want for her daughter. To his mom and dad, I have to give huge credit. You have raised a fine young man.


I am so happy to welcome him to our family!
The two of you are about to embark on a wonderful new adventure. Please don’t ever forget how blessed you are. Always treat one another with respect and honesty. Don’t let bad

thoughts fester, and never let good thoughts go unsaid.

 

I have to take a moment to thank my other kids, They helped make her the fabulous woman she is today. I love you all so much.

 

And Tracy, I know that your brother and my husband are together in heaven looking down on you today, both of them proud and happy!

 

Let’s raise a glass to Paul and Tracy aka Mr and Mrs. Tracy! May they live happily ever after!

 

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I love this mother of the bride speech example for three reasons. It’s simple, sincere and touching on many levels.

 

The worst thing you can ever do is to model your wedding speech for your daughter after that mother of the bride speech example without first figuring out how it was written. Most moms make this mistake. But, you don’t have to do that too.

 

This is what I recommend you instead. After giving the above example a quick read, you can read it a second and even a third time so that the contents can be seared into your sub-conscious mind.

 

Afterward, you should split it up and analyze it. To do that, you first need to create an outline or structure from the above example.

 

When you go back to read through it carefully once more, you will notice that the whole thing is built on this speech structure:

  • Introductory remarks or opening address
  • How it feels like to be a mother to the bride
  • She talks about her late husband
  • Mom shares a memory about her childhood
  • She mentions her teenage years and adulthood
  • Mother of the bride talks about the groom
  • She concludes by proposing a toast to the happy couple

 

With an arrangement like that, coming up with the right words and phrases wouldn’t be so hard. Using that as a framework, let’s start by analyzing Celestine’s mother of the bride wedding speech.

 

Let’s take it from the list bullet point…

 

The Introductory or Opening Remarks Of The Mother Of The Bride Speech

 

This is an excerpt.

‘’ Hello everyone. Most of you know me. I’m Celestine, Tracy’s mom. I’m so happy to be here today, to see my youngest getting married,  and to watch my family grow. ‘’

 

Anyone can write this aspect of your wedding speech. But, I think some vital components could have been added to this section.

 

I am asking myself why the speaker didn’t thank family and friends who helped her raise her daughter after her husband’s demise. Anyway, I am not a mind reader.

 

For your presentation, you have to thank some personalities who have been a tremendous blessing in your daughter’s life.

 

To give you an idea, you can thank the father of the bride, her grandma and granddad, the list goes on and on.

 

Here’s an example….

There’s an African proverb that says, “It takes a village to raise a child”. Looking around, our “village” is here today. Life threw me / us some curve balls, and I can’t name every person, every act of kindness and support so many

people here have shown my daughters and me through the years, because we’d never get back on the dance floor, but I would like to honor and remember a few extra special people. I’d like to thank my grandmother Dixon, my mother and father, my brother and sister-in-law Dan and

 

Robin, my sister and brother-in-law Tam and Bill, Aunt Julie and Uncle Edgar, Aunt Evelyn, and Mel and Weis.

 

For your unconditional love, time, laughter, wisdom, advice, babysitting, encouragement, generosity, and sense of family continuity, we are forever grateful and have been incredibly lucky and blessed to have all of you in our lives, in good times and in bad.

This is my homework assignment: Write down a few words of gratitude for individuals who have helped shaped your precious daughter’s life over the years. Then, use it to write your opening remarks.

 

Let’s look at the second bullet point:

How It Feels Like To Be A Mother

 

You can take this from these angles:

  • How does it feel like to be the mom of the bride?
  • How does it feel like to be her mom?
  • How has she’s been a blessing in your life?
  • What does her wedding day mean to you or remind you of ?

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Which of those sentiments strongly resonate with you? For example, if you wish to express your feelings about how it feels like to the mother of the bride, you can jot that down and use it to hook your audience into your wedding speech.

 

The hook should not only be succinct and engaging but also give subtle clues about what you wish to say. The hook could also be mother of the bride speech jokes, quotes, and other words of wisdom.

 

Now, this happens next:

  • She talks about her late husband

 

If your husband is deceased, you may mention it briefly. Remember, this is a happy occasion and you shouldn’t dwell so much on your loss.

 

I culled these lines from the above example.

‘’And Tracy, I know that your brother and my

husband are together in heaven looking down on you today, both of them proud and happy!’’

 

Let’s talk about the next point:

  • Mom shares a memory about her childhood

 

You can of course share more than one anecdote about her childhood if you want to focus exclusively on that phase of her life.

 

When you get here, you can highlight these aspects of her childhood:

 

  • Fun and fond memories
  • Her character traits. Was she adventurous? Loving? Caring? Had a care-free spirit? Pick one out and back it up with a good story.
  • Her thoughts about marriage. I remember writing Michelle’s mother of the bride speech and she asked me to insert somewhere that her daughter used to act like a bride when she was seven(7) and expressed interest in getting married early
  • Do you have a memorable anecdote that still sticks in your mind?

 

Let’s look at the next thing:  

  • She mentions her teenage years/adulthood

 

This is quite similar to her infancy but this center on her transition into her teens. This period can be quite dramatic but you can still craft your mother of the bride speech from these underlying themes:

 

  • Your proudest moments like her 16th birthday party, when she got her driver’s license, her graduation, engagement, and so on.
  • Time spent together on vacation, getaways, camping, volunteering, etc
  • When she won an award for a particular cause
  • What are her accomplishments? Her first job, current job, grades in school, co-curricular activities?
  • Her support for the family, friend, and others...Is she the life of the party? And does she bring the family together on special occasions? Is she fun to be around? Does she bring out the best in others?
  • How does she make your life better? Another story that quickly comes to mind was when a mom of the bride wanted to badly include how supportive her darling daughter was when her beloved husband.

 

How to write a mother of the bride speech tips

 

I think there’s something to this effect in the above mother of the bride speech example:

‘’I suffered from migraines, and she would bring cold towels and put them on my head when…! ‘’

 

This is my homework assignment for you: I have given you several writing ideas. What do you want to go for? Decide and write it down something and get a story or two to support your preferences.

This simple writing exercise can spur you on to coming with a draft mother of the bride speech.

 

We are not done yet. Let’s look at this too:

  • Mother Of The Bride Talks About The Groom

 

Never use this opportunity to say something negative about him or settle personal scores even if you feel he’s not a good guy for your daughter.

 

Focus on the positive side of things by talking about the fact you daughter loves her and you look forward to how they build their lives in the coming years.

 

If you are on good terms and have built a solid relationship with him and his family over the years, then you shouldn’t leave anything to chance.

 

That way, you can share your impressions of him from when you first met him, how you have seen their relationship evolve over the years to why you think he is worthy of her love.

 

Again, grab your pen and write down some few remarks about the groom, your son-in-law.

 

Here’s what I would say about him if I don’t know him well.

It’s obvious that Mike loves Kristin and I look forward to watching them grow in love as the year unfolds….

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This ends it all….Guess what it is?

Your Toast Or Best Wishes

You can conclude your mother of the bride speech by proposing a toast to the happy couple and wish them well.

 

You can also share some marriage advice. 

 

 

And have you thought about ending with a song? The wedding would be a blast if you end with this hilarious song if you are musically gifted. You can change a few things here and there to reflect your situation.

 

 

This is something to ponder about: Do you recall a special memory about when she was a little girl? Please write down lots of them and settle on your favorite. This can get you some motivation to get started.

Mother of the bride speech tips and ideas

P.S: Is the thought of giving you a great wedding speech keeping you up at night? It shouldn’t if you do what most moms do.

By following this simple plan that's guaranteed to help you write a great mom speech like the one you read above even if you feel you are not cut out for speaking in public or not a natural speaker.

 

Claire was quite skeptical when she came to us but we kept assuring what she will make her son and family proud-and this is what she sent over after the wedding was over.

'' Hello Dan, their wedding went very well. The usual stress beforehand for the couple organizing the event but all things to do went so smoothly. I also like to say that I'm so proud of my speech, almost got a standing ovation, lol! I'm so glad I've found you. I will definitely recommend you to my friends and family for future weddings. I wish you the very best.''-  Claire, New Zealand

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This is a letter a mom sent me after her wedding. (Please click on the image to enlarge it so you can read it)

Mother of the bride speech

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  • Yes, you get so scared anytime you’re asked to say something before an audience and you really want to save yourself from any form of embarrassment on your daughter's big day.
  • Yes, if you are not too eloquent or not too sure if you are on the right track.
  • Yes, if you absolutely hate speaking in public or feel this is not your thing but you want to make your son feel very proud
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And also imagine the thrill and feeling of excitement and pride you’re going to experience when the audience leaps onto their feet and scream and shouts and even sing your praises.


Won’t you love that? I hope you do...

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Why? As you know, the current health and economic crisis has caused severe hardships for most people.

Precious lives have been lost, jobs wiped out and families displaced, leaving everyone wondering what the future holds.

Yet, some daughters are still getting married and asking their moms to give speeches.

Nonetheless, not every mother could afford our services even before the pandemic suddenly hit us.

So, we have dropped our normal rates so you can simply pay what you want after you have got your beautiful speech.

Please note: When life gets back to normal, this offer will be scrapped for good.

So, please take advantage of it now even if your daughter’s big day is in the future.

Even though we are going through this crazy time, if you do a poor job at it, your speech will be captured on video and your daughter and son-in-law and other viewers will forever remember what you said and would not attribute your poor performance to the fact there was a deadly disease in town.  

So, please take advantage of it now even if your daughter’s big day is in the future by simply paying what you want after you get your beautiful speech.   

''It was perfect Dan.  I changed a few things in the speech. And I had several people come up and tell me how well done it was. I couldn't have done it better. Thanks for your help''- Marilyn, Canada

This is another note a mom sent me after her wedding. (Please click on the image to enlarge it so you can read it)

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Why? As you know, the current health and economic crisis has caused severe hardships for most people.

Precious lives have been lost, jobs wiped out and families displaced, leaving everyone wondering what the future holds.

Yet, some daughters are still getting married and asking their moms to give speeches.

Nonetheless, not every mother could afford our services even before the pandemic suddenly hit us.

So, we have dropped our normal rates so you can simply pay what you want after you have got your beautiful speech.

Please note: When life gets back to normal, this offer will be scrapped for good.

So, please take advantage of it now even if your daughter’s big day is in the future.

Even though we are going through this crazy time, if you do a poor job at it, your speech will be captured on video and your daughter and son-in-law and other viewers will forever remember what you said and would not attribute your poor performance to the fact there was a deadly disease in town.  

So, please take advantage of it now even if your daughter’s big day is in the future by simply paying what you want after you get your beautiful speech.   

''It was perfect Dan.  I changed a few things in the speech. And I had several people come up and tell me how well done it was. I couldn't have done it better. Thanks for your help''- Marilyn, Canada

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The speech went very well, I modified it a bit and practiced it as you suggested (great advice).  Thanks for all your help and if I need a prepared speech again I’ll definitely contact you.

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The speech went very well, I modified it a bit and practiced it as you suggested (great advice).  Thanks for all your help and if I need a prepared speech again I’ll definitely contact you.

All the best,

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Father Of The Bride Speech Example: This Great Father Of The Bride Speech Template Can Help You To Easily Write A Great Speech For Your Daughter

 

Are you the father of the bride and looking for great examples to help you write an amazing father of the bride speech for your daughter and son-in-law?

 

If you are, please stick with me for a just a little while and I will share with you everything you need to know about making the best ever father of the bride speech.

 

A very proud moment for a father of the bride is when he’s able to write and deliver an amazing father of the bride speech.

 

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But that experience can take a different turn when you know deep down inside that you are simply not cut out for public speaking or you are not a good writer.

 

It even gets worse when you have tons of memories in your head but unable to get them all out to form a great father of the bride speech that encapsulates the relationship between you and your precious baby girl over the years.

 

Just to clear up any confusion you might have about your wedding speech for your son and daughter-in-law, the first question you should ask yourself if this:

 

What Should The Father Of The Bride Say In His Speech To His Daughter On Her Wedding Day?

 

That might sound like an easy question to answer, but you have to probe further for the right tips and ideas to help you craft an awesome father of the bride wedding speech.

 

Father of the bride speech example

 

Before I share those proven ideas backed my experience of being a father of the bride wedding speech writer, I would like to let you in on something that prevents most dads from giving off their best when they are handed the microphone.

 

If you feel nervous whenever you imagine yourself speaking before the wedding crowd, then you probably have one or more of these fears:

  • Fear of past failures
  • Fear of the unknown

Let’s look at them briefly and how you can channel those negative emotions into becoming a very confident speaker even if you feel you don’t have what it takes to make your proud.

 

First and foremost, let’s look at fear of the past failures.

Whenever you confront any situation you have ever encountered, your brain will bring up good and bad memories of these events. So, if you have goofed when you were asked to speak before a gathering, your mind will start to play silly tricks on you by letting you know that you are not going to do well.

 

If you dwell on this negative voice, you will only be spreading fear through your whole body, mind, and spirit. Instead, put the past behind you and focus on this new task and you will be slowly building yourself up for success.

 

Next, on the list is fear of the unknown.

It’s only normal to feel a bit worried about something you are not so sure of or something you have never experience in your life. Let me explain with this example. We’ve been renting out LED’s for events.

 

My trusted operator lost a relative and had to attend her funeral service, leaving me alone to set the whole thing up. I began to lost sleep over this prior to the day of the event. It was only until I plucked up courage to assemble the parts that I became relaxed and confident in my own abilities.

 

You see, you will certainly feel the nerves if you lack a certain ability to fix something and that’s what I went through until I came out of my shell.

 

The moral of this, clearly, is that you first have to figure out how father of the bride wedding speeches are done before you pen down your thoughts. That, in itself, is a major step towards boosting your self-confidence.

 

Having said all that, let’s now look at

How To Get Content Ideas For Your Father Of The Bride Speech

Getting content ideas for your father of the bride wedding speech for your daughter and son-in-law is what you should do first before you blend your thoughts and emotions into a very cohesive and engaging wedding speech.

 

Here are some of the best ways to come up with cool and workable ideas.

 

First, you can go over to youtube.com and insert your preferred keyword in the search bar and you will get plenty father of the bride speech videos. Just make sure your keyword aligns with the overall goal of your speech.

 

For example, if your goal is to deliver a funny father of the bride speech, then you should look out for funny father of the bride speech videos on that platform.

Here are some keywords most fathers use anyway:

Emotional father of the bride speech videos

Poetic father of the bride speech videos

Rap/ Musical father of the bride speech videos

 

Second, a writing tool I always use and I recommend you use as well are father of the bride speech examples. This veritable writing resource can help you come up with great ideas on the fly even if you consider yourself a horrible writer because you can copy bits and pieces and adapt them for your personal use. 

 

Sadly, however, the overwhelming majority of fathers don’t know how to get the best out of them and end up embarrassing their daughters. Take this viral father of the bride speech video which was copied (but not used right) by most fathers worldwide when it became an instant hit.

 

 

That being said, let’s look at this well-written father of the bride speech example/template. Afterwards, we will analyze it bit by bit so you can really figure out how to use them to write an awesome father of the bride speech.

 

Here you go:

 

Short Father Of The Bride Speech Example/ Template

 

First of all, I’d like to express my gratitude to all of you for joining us today on this joyous

occasion as we celebrate the union of my

daughter, Kristi, and her loving partner, Azur.

 

Your presence here means the world to us, and

We’re thankful for your love and support. For

those of you who don’t me, I am Leonard and I

am the very proud father of the bride.

 

Today is a special day, not only for Kristi and

Azur but also for our family. It’s a day filled with

mixed emotions for me as a father. I stand here

with pride, but also with a hint of sadness, as I

realize that my little girl is all grown up and

starting a new chapter in her life.

 

Kristi has always been a source of joy,

accomplishment, and responsibility in our

family. Her mother, who is watching over us

 

from heaven, would undoubtedly be immensely

proud of her achievements and the beautiful

person she has become.

 

Kristi’s journey to this moment, alongside AJ,

has been a revelation for me. Initially, I admit I

was concerned when she fell in love with

someone from a different culture and

background.

Father of the bride speech template
 

I questioned whether it was true

love or a fleeting infatuation. But over time, I’ve

come to see that their love is genuine, pure, and

enduring.

 

My reservations have given way to

acceptance, and I’ve come to understand that my role as her protector and caretaker is evolving.

 

Kristi has always been a responsible,

independent, and caring soul. She’s not only

accomplished academically but also in life,

taking on the role of her mother for her two

younger sisters.

 

She has been their guiding light, ensuring they respect elders, uphold our family values, and become good individuals. Kristi leads by example, excelling in her studies, and

treating others with kindness and respect.

 

One of my fondest memories of Kristi from her

early years was her love for cooking. It was

quite unusual for a child her age, but she had an

insatiable passion for food. From the moment

she could reach the kitchen countertops, she

would stand on her tiptoes, don her mini chef’s

hat and apron, and enthusiastically dive into the

world of culinary adventures.

 

She was fascinated by the delicious aromas and the sizzle of ingredients in the pan.

 

Kristi would often experiment with simple

recipes, determined to create the tastiest dishes

possible. Her enthusiasm was infectious, and

 

she often coaxed me into being her kitchen

assistant, helping her chop vegetables, mix

ingredients, and of course, taste-test her

creations. Those early cooking lessons were not

only about food but also about bonding and

creating beautiful memories together.

 

Another story that stands out is Kristi’s

participation in Tae Kwon Do classes when she

was younger. She had always been a spirited

and energetic child, eager to explore new

interests and challenges. Tae Kwon Do was a

perfect fit for her boundless enthusiasm.

 

Despite being one of the few girls in the class and the tallest of them all, Kristi showed exceptional determination and fearlessness. During one memorable sparring session, she was paired with a much larger and stronger boy.

 

As the match began, her opponent struck her

hard in the stomach, causing her to cry out in

pain. Her mother and I were naturally concerned and wanted to stop the session, but Kristi insisted on continuing, even through her tears.

 

She was not one to back down from a challenge.

With sheer determination and a fiery resolve,

she fought on, her determination overshadowing

her discomfort. What was most impressive was

that she not only held her ground but also

managed to defeat her opponent, all while tears

streamed down her face. The referee had no

choice but to raise her hand as the victor,

acknowledging her strength and bravery.

 

Now, as Kristi embarks on a new journey with

Azur, I can’t help but feel reassured. Azur’s

conversion to Catholicism is a testament to his

commitment, and I truly believe he understands

my daughter and cherishes her for who she is.

 

My wish for them is simple: may their marriage

be filled with happiness, joy, and laughter. May

they find strength and support in each other,

growing into good, God-fearing individuals.

May their love be a beacon of hope, respect,

peace, and understanding.

 

To Kristi and Azur, my advice is to always

remember the art of compromise and set

realistic expectations. May your love for each

other continue to grow stronger with each

passing day. Azur, please remember that you now

hold the key to my precious daughter’s heart.

 

Protect and care for her as I have done all these

years. I will keep you both in my prayers, wishing you happiness, good health, and good fortune. May your journey together be blessed and prosperous.

 

And, in closing, I’d like to extend my heartfelt gratitude to Azur’s parents, Adam and Amy, for welcoming Kristi into their family with open arms. Your acceptance and love mean the world to us.

 

Lastly, I would like to thank my own parents.

They have been generous and dependable,

taking on a motherly role for my daughters

when my wife passed away.

 

Their care and support have been invaluable to our family. In conclusion, let us raise our glasses to Kristi and Azur. May their love continue to flourish and may they find a lifetime of happiness together.

Cheers to the bride and groom!

 

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I hope you enjoyed reading every bit of it. It’s a father of the bride speech example that’s sure to hit home on all levels because it’s heartfelt and sincere.

 

So, how do you go from aimlessly staring at your blank computer screen to coming up with such a masterpiece? Not too hard I guess if you follow this simple plan.

 

Just keep reading to find out more.  If you are going to do too well if all you do is to start writing your father of the bride speech when you are done reading such an example.  

 

It all starts with having a solid plan of action. This involves three phases:

  • Deciding on the kind of father of the bride wedding speech you’d like to deliver
  • How long you want your father of the bride speech to last
  • Creating an outline or speech structure for your presentation
  • Writing your father of the bride speech

 

Let’s start with the first on the list:

  • Deciding On The Type Of Father Of The Bride Speech You Wish To Make

As a father of the bride speech writer, I have seen that most fathers do one or more of these kinds of speeches:

  • Hilarious father of the bride speeches…Here’s an example:

 

  • Touching/sentimental father of the bride speeches
  • Joint parents(mom and dad) of the bride speech
  • Father of the bride speech in song. Here’s a video clip example:

 

  • Dramatic father of the bride speech….Here’s a video example

  • Poetic father of the bride speech
  • Religious/Christian father of the bride speech
  • Combo approach which is a little bit of the above styles
  • Narrative father of the bride speech

 

I have a simple question for you: Which of those speech styles do you want to employ for your speech?

 

I would go for bits and pieces of all. If you can’t do that, then you would be better off going for a narrative or storytelling style which is what you often hear at wedding receptions.

 

Next on the bill is:

  • The Duration Of The Father Of The Bride Speech

Based on my years of experience of writing wedding speeches, I have come to realize that the length of your script should be like a reading a good book or watching a great movie.

It should be short or long enough to capture the most essential parts of your storyline. I have written long and short speeches before and I just made sure they were heartfelt and engaging.

 

So, just don’t go with popular opinion. See, if you have memorable moments that can make your father of the bride speech long or short.

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This comes next:

  • Creating An Outline Or Speech Structure For Your Presentation

The structure or outline is like the parts of the human body perfectly fitted together. Each part of the body needs the other to work and function effectively.

 

So, it is with the structure of your father of the bride speech. It helps your audience follow you from start to end. It’s more or less like a  roadmap.

 

Well, I went back to read the whole example and ended up crafting this outline.

  • Introduction
  • Express your sentiments on your daughter’s big day
  • Talk about her childhood
  • Talk about when she was growing up
  • Share her character traits or accomplishments
  • Talk about the groom
  • Share your marriage advice
  • End with a toast

 

Let’s look at what goes into bullet point. Let’s start with the

  • Introduction

The introduction or opening lines of your father of the bride speech has two parts: the salutation and the hook.

 

Here’s an example of the salutation culled from the above speech template.

‘’ First of all, I’d like to express my gratitude to all of you for joining us today on this joyous

occasion…Your presence here means the world to us, and We’re thankful for your love and support. For those of you who don’t me, I am Raymond and I am the very proud father of the bride. ‘’

 

I am sure that’s not too hard to write. First, mention your name and your relationship to the bride and groom and then thank everyone for coming to the wedding. You can give a shout out to some individuals who have had a tremendous impact on your daughter’s life.

 

Again, here’s a text from the passage about a deceased mom and wife.

‘’ Her mother, who is watching over us from heaven, would undoubtedly be immensely

proud of her achievements and the beautiful

person she has become. ‘’

 

You can also mention your own parents as you can see in this extract:

‘’ Lastly, I would like to thank my own parents.

They have been generous and dependable,

taking on a motherly role for my daughters

when my wife passed away. ‘’

 

Now, this is what I want you to do right now. Get a notepad and write down a simple introduction and mention some personalities you would like to thank.

 

I think I have given you lots of clues already. But, another person you can express gratitude to is the mom and dad of the groom. I am sure you are thinking about some other folks too. Please jot down their names and come up with your own example right away. This simple exercise will give you the motivation to get started.

 

The hook follows your introductory remarks or address and they are meant to capture attention of the wedding guests. This, in essence, distinguishes mediocre speeches from great ones.

 

It’s the norm for most fathers to start with this line:

‘’Hello everyone. Good evening and thank you. Alicia is my daughter and he was born on…’’

 

This approach works if you want to be on safe grounds. But, you can make yours unique and intriguing by using one or more of these starters.

 

First, you can start with a father of the bride speech joke if you know a really funny joke. This one can probably elicit some good laughter.

Father of the bride speech samples

Want to do a touching father of the bride speech? Then, you are better off using this second idea: father of the bride speech quotes

How so? Let’s see how these quotes can be used to capture that sentiment.

''The smile of a daughter is the secret purpose of every father.'' — Unknown

''To a father growing old, nothing is dearer than a daughter.'' — Euripides

''A father’s job is not to teach his daughter how to be a lady. It’s to teach her how a lady should be treated.'' — Unknown

''Daughters always revel in their mother’s admiration. And daughters always bask in their father’s love.''― Hendrith Vanlon Smith Jr., The Wealth Reference Guide

''Anyone can be a father, but it takes someone special to be a dad, and that's why I call you dad, because you are so special to me.'' — Wade Boggs.

 

I am going to use the last quote to put my ideas across.

‘’ On father’s day last year, Jane sent me a father’s day card and when I flipped opened it, the words in it pierced through my heart like a dagger. The note said that anyone man can be a father but it takes someone special to be a dad.

That gesture always tears me up and it reminds me of the deep love between Alicia and I… ‘’

 

Third, you can start with a prayer if you are a man of faith.

 

Musically talented? Then, this fourth idea can help you strike gold.  Go for a well-known tune, a love or wedding song and modify the lyrics and belt your heart out. This man did so with finesse and it’s worthy of emulation.

He is very gifted!

 

 

  • Let’s get back to the next item on the structure/outline: Express your sentiments on your daughter’s big day

Here’s an extract from the above example:

‘’ Today is a special day, not only for Krista and

AJ but also for our family. It’s a day filled with

mixed emotions for me as a father. I stand here

with pride, but also with a hint of sadness, as I

realize that my little girl is all grown up and

starting a new chapter in her life. ‘’

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Using those lines as models of writing inspiration, you can ask yourself these questions:

  • How do I feel about my precious daughter getting married? Is it a mixture of sadness and joy? A dream come true? The proudest father of the bride ever? Does her wedding day coincide with your wedding anniversary or the day you got married?

Just write down your feelings and mention the reason for that.

 

Let’s continue….

  • Talk about her childhood/growing up years

If you are doing a narrative kind of father of the bride speech, then you can share a few memorable stories about when she was a little girl. Little girls can sometimes be mischievous, so I guess you have some wonderful stories to share with her friends and the groom.

 

You may share one or two due to time constraints. If you were not in her life during those formative years, just talk about aspects of her life you played a very defining role.

 

Do this next:

  • Share her character traits or accomplishments

Mention the wonderful aspects of her character and how that makes her uniquely suited for marriage. Let me give you an idea here. Write down three good things about her and embellish just one with a nice story.

 

You shouldn’t worry too much about her accomplishments if she has none going for her. If you want to weave them in, you can still do that subtly without sounding like a campaign poster.

 

This happens next:

Talk About The Groom

 

If you don’t like him, please don’t mention it. You can probably say that you are happy that she’s found someone to spend the rest of her life with.

Well, some fathers have great relationship with the groom spanning decades. If you have built a solid relationship already, then you have some amazing stories to share about your friendship with him.

This is a perfect example:

Dan, you are a good man who has taught Ellen to love and to trust in a way that she has never done before. I know you will see this as the gift it is and cherish her heart forever.

 

This is a mini-assignment to get your ideas flowing:

  • How long have you known the groom?
  • How does she balance out your daughter?
  • Why is he the perfect guy for your darling daughter?

 

Now, write down answers and use them to write something short about the groom.

 

We are slowly getting to the end of this: this happens next:

  • Share some marriage advice.

This advice is way funnier:

 



You may modify the lyrics of the song if you want to end your father of the bride speech on a hilarious note:

 

Let’s say, your daughter is Charlotte and your new son-in-law is Mark. So, then, I change a few words in that funny clip to look like this:

Hey Charlotte, have you gained some weight in your rear end

The dress you wear reminds me of my old girl

Mark, if you are a man who wants to live a long and happy life

These are the things you don’t say to your wife…

 

Did you see how I modeled the words after that funny wedding advice clip?

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Next:

Your Best Wishes And Toast.

You can easily do this, right? Not too hard I guess.

How to write father of the bride speech

P.S: Most dads of the bride use this....Have you considered it? Want to write and give a great wedding speech but can't seem to get started because you don't know the exact words to use?This can help you out. Just read on to find out more.

Or not too sure if what you intend writing will be well received by the guests?

Let's help you make your daughter, wife, and family proud, and let the wedding guests say great things about your speech.

Here’s what one nervous and skeptical dad called Glen sent over after the wedding was over

Hey Dan, I just wanted to thank you once again for the speech you wrote with me. My goal was met afterward, I was told by many "what a beautiful speech" and received a standing ovation. I couldn't have done this without you. God Bless Dan!- Glen, U.S.A

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Also, envision being patiently guided to say something that will leave a favorable impression on the mind of your listeners.


And also imagine the thrill and feeling of excitement and pride you’re going to experience when the audience leap onto their feet and scream and shouts and even sing your praises.


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Yet, some daughters are still getting married and asking their fathers to give speeches.

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Just a reminder of what you pay after it’s duly completed. You simply pay what you want after you’ve got your beautiful speech.

Why? As you know, the current health and economic crisis has caused severe hardships for most people.

Precious lives have been lost, jobs wiped out and families displaced, leaving everyone wondering what the future holds.

Yet, some daughters are still getting married and asking their fathers to give speeches.

Nonetheless, not every father could afford our services even before the pandemic suddenly hit us.

So, we have dropped our normal rates so you can simply pay what you want after you have got your beautiful speech.

Please note: When life gets back to normal, this offer will be scrapped for good.

So, please take advantage of it now even if your daughter’s big day is in the future.

Even though we are going through this crazy time, if you do a poor job at it, your speech will be captured on video and your daughter and son-in-law and other viewers will forever remember what you said and would not attribute your poor performance to the fact there was a deadly disease in town.  

So, please take advantage of it now even if your daughter’s big day is in the future by simply paying what you want after you get your beautiful speech.  

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The speech went very well, I modified it a bit and practiced it as you suggested (great advice).  Thanks for all your help and if I need a prepared speech again I’ll definitely contact you.

All the best,

Matt''

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The speech went very well, I modified it a bit and practiced it as you suggested (great advice).  Thanks for all your help and if I need a prepared speech again I’ll definitely contact you.

All the best,

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Groom Speech Example: This Heartfelt Groom Speech Sample Can Help You To Easily Write An Amazing Wedding Speech For The Bride

 

Are you looking for well-written groom speech examples to help you craft an amazing groom speech about how you met the bride?

Just stick with me for a while and I will share with you proven tips and ideas about …

 

  • How to use groom speech examples(the right way) to express your deepest love and admiration for the bride.
  • How to easily and quickly write an amazing groom speech or toast even if you are not great with words.
  • How to calm your nerves so your deliver your speech with flair and poise.
  • What not to say and what to say…get it wrong and your groom speech will be a terrible flop for the wrong reasons

 

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When it comes to delivering your groom’s speech, what you say and how well you say it plays a key role towards how well your groom’s speech will be received.

 

It takes a great deal of effort and thought to deliver something that’s remarkable which is why very few grooms wedding speeches stand out.

 

You don’t have to worry about it. You just have to follow what has worked for others who were in your situation.

Template for groom's speech

Well, my goal for writing this post is to help you make a groom’s speech that’s not only worthy of everyone’s time and attention but also one that will make your family, friends and especially the bride feel so proud of you.

 

Let’s dive right in.

You actually need writing tools to make this work for you even if you are not great with words.  Got any idea what those resources are?

 

Well, here they are:

  • groom speech video examples
  • Well-written groom speech examples

 

Let’s see how they work.

 

First on the list is: videos about groom speeches

What’s the purpose of watching those clips? To get a feel of how such wedding speeches are done. Below are some examples.

 

Please click the play button on each video and let’s have some fun.

Here you go:

Groom Speech Video Example #1

 

Groom Speech Video Sample #2

 



Here’s what I took home from watching both video clips.

a. Both have elements of humor

b. Both have several ideas you can plug into your speech

 

Video examples complement the written word. So, here is a sweet groom speech example you can model your script after.

 

Let’s go through the entire thing.

 

Groom Speech Example/Sample

 

A special thank you to hitched.co.uk for posting this example.

 

“On behalf of my wife and I, we would like to welcome you all to our special day and thank you all for coming. We are thrilled to have so many of our family and close friends surrounding us today, and some of you have travelled a long way to be here and for that we are honoured.

Thank you all for your gifts and generous contributions to our honeymoon. I can honestly say it wouldn’t be the same without all of you being here today…. although it would have been a lot less stressful making this speech out to an empty room.

 

I personally would like to start off by thanking my father in-law, not just for his generous contribution to this day, but also for giving me permission to take on the role of loving and protecting his daughter. I know how important Emily is to you and Kim, and I promise to always make your daughter my top priority and never leave her side.

 

Mum and Dad, I want to thank you for always being there for me with unconditional love and support. You’ve allowed me to make my own decisions in life and been there to pick up the pieces when it’s fallen apart. I appreciate everything you’ve done for me and I love you both very much.

 

 

I want to thank two very special and important ladies in my life. Maureen and Eileen. This is probably the only time I’ll get to say how grateful I am for your love and wisdom you’ve given me through all my years of knowing you both. You’ve had a huge influence in my childhood and helped me become the man I am today. Thank you, Nan and Nanny Ben.

 

 

Now I would like to take a moment in thanking my whole family. From the moment I introduced Emily, all of you here today made Emily feel welcome. She’s always felt included and you’ve treated her like one of the family. For that we are both truly grateful.

Groom wedding speech
 

Can you please put your hands together for Emily’s bridesmaids, Sophie, Beth and Demi who I’m sure you will all agree look absolutely stunning. I want to thank them for all the support they’ve given Emily into making sure she has a wonderful wedding day.

 

Uncle Mark, thank you for taking on the role of being my best man and standing by my side today. I’m truly grateful for everything you’ve done for me over the years.

 

Thank you for organising a great stag do. It’s safe to say everyone enjoyed themselves. What I’m most thankful for is not wake up the next morning chained to a lamppost. Although I still can’t say the following morning was easy.

 

Can you please put your hands together for our two ushers Jordan and Luca for helping to make sure today went as planned. Thank you for guiding our guests to their seats and handing out the order of service.

 

I have one more thank you left, then you can all go back to drinking. And of course, I’m saving the best till last. Emily, where do I begin to say how much I love you and how happy I am I can now call you my wife. Writing this was truly easy, because I switched off my brain (which doesn’t take a lot) and let my heart do the talking.

 

Words can’t describe how beautiful you look today. Just knowing I’m sharing the rest of my life with you makes me already feel I’ve succeeded in life.

 

We’ve been planning this wedding for well over a year now. Well, I say “we”, Emily actually did all the work, as one of the best things about being a man, is that weddings just seem to organise themselves.

 

Now I know that makes me sound like I haven’t wanted to help, but whenever I asked Emily if there was anything I could do to take the weight off her shoulders, the answer was usually “ummmmm no”. She even ended up taking over the groomsman suit fitting. And I really did try keeping that for myself to say I had done something.

 

Emily has worked so hard and put so much effort into making today possible. She has organised and arranged things I would never even consider. She has gone into so much detail and really has thought about everything.

 

 

I’ve been so amazed watching you plan this wedding. Your organisation skills have overwhelmed me! And I already knew you liked being organised!  You’ve done an amazing job babe and I think I can speak on behalf of everyone here today when I say we want you to enjoy today without any worries you may have.

 

 

I feel so lucky to have found a bride that not only has the same sense of humour as me but is beautiful and kind. You have a gorgeous smile and seeing that smile anytime of the day puts a smile on my face. I don’t always make the right decisions in life, but one thing I know for sure, marrying you will never be one of them.

 

We’ve definitely come a long way together and had some challenging times. But I feel we have taught each other so much along the way. No relationship is easy, and there will always be challenges waiting for us. But I can honestly say with confidence, as long as we always face them together, we can do anything.

 

You are my rock and I love you with all my heart.

Thank you for giving me purpose.

Now can I ask you all to stand and raise a glass to the love of my life Emily. To Emily. Thank you.”

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I love this groom speech because it’s short, sweet, and simple. Having said that, let’s look at how to write something similar, if not better than that.

 

To do that, let’s first look at the structure of the entire wedding speech by the groom. Do you have any idea what that is? Ok, I will help you out.

 

When you scroll up this page and read that groom speech sample once again, you will realize that the whole thing is built on these pillars:

  • Introductory remarks
  • The body or content of the groom speech
  • The conclusion or closing remarks

 

The introductory remarks are not hard to pick out, right? Let’s cull out excerpts from it if you can’t find it.

 

Here it is.

“On behalf of my wife and I, we would like to welcome you all to our special day and thank you all for coming. We are thrilled to have so many of our family and close friends surrounding us today, and some of you have travelled a long way to be here and for that we are honoured. Thank you all for your gifts and generous contributions to our honeymoon…

I personally would like to start off by thanking my father in-law, not just for his generous contribution to this day…

 

Mum and Dad, I want to thank you for always being there for me with unconditional love and support…

 

I want to thank two very special and important ladies in my life. Maureen and Eileen. This is probably the only time I’ll get to say how grateful I am for your love and wisdom…

 

Now I would like to take a moment in thanking my whole family. From the moment I introduced Emily, all of you here today made…

 

Can you please put your hands together for Emily’s bridesmaids, Sophie, Beth and Demi who I’m sure you will all agree look absolutely stunning. I want to thank them for…

 

Uncle Mark, thank you for taking on the role of being my best man and standing by my side today. …

 

Thank you for organising a great stag do. It’s safe to say everyone enjoyed themselves. What I’m most thankful for is not wake up the next morning……….

 

Can you please put your hands together for our two ushers Jordan and Luca for helping to make sure today…

 

Is there something you picked up from that passage? I mean anything that jumps out at you? Reading through those excerpted versions intently, you will notice that the theme of gratitude runs through it. 

 

Remember the proverb that says it takes a whole village to raise up a child? It makes a lot of sense here because so many people have probably helped mold you and the bride into who you are today.

Groom speech examples
 

So, first and foremost, grab your pen and writing pad or open up that laptop and put down their names and what you’d like to tell them.

 

Do you have such personalities in mind? First on the list, should be your mom and dad.

 

Second, the mom and dad of the bride and her whole extended family.

 

Third, your uncles and aunts.

 

Fourth, the best man/groomsman/ushers etc.

 

Fifth, the bridesmaid.

 

The list goes on and on.  As an aside, make sure you mention why you are thanking them.

 

I love assignments. So, I want you to do this right now. Jot down names of people you would like to express gratitude to.  That should be rather easy to do. Don’t doubt yourself. Just give it a try. You can!

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Now, let’s look at…

How to Write the Content of Your Groom’s Speech

 

The body or content of your groom speech should be fairly easy to write. But, it gets so hard when you have to wrap up all those scattered ideas into a very short piece.

It can be overwhelming if you have dated the bride for a very long time and you have tons of memories in your head.

 

Thankfully, the above template can help us put our exact thoughts and emotions into a coherent structure or order with ease.

 

Let’s look at parts of it so we can easily figure it out.  Let’s do this together.

‘’    Words can’t describe how beautiful you look today. Just knowing I’m sharing the rest of my life with you makes me already feel I’ve succeeded in life…I feel so lucky to have found a bride that not only has the same sense of humour as me but is beautiful and kind. You have a gorgeous smile and seeing that smile anytime of the day puts a smile on my face. ‘’

 

There are so many ways of making the bride feel so proud.

 

First, you can compliment her looks and wedding dress before you segue into a brief story about how you met the bride.

 

Second, you can just launch into your groom speech by sharing an anecdote about you met the bride.

 

Third, to make your groom speech memorable and unique, you can just render your speech into a song and belt it out if you have a really good voice. This is a classic example.

 

Fourth, you can use what I call the combo approach to make it super memorable and distinct. This is how it works.

  • Write a story about how and where you met
  • You can make it funny by sharing how you balance each other out.
  • Once, you have got it all down on paper, you can start practicing by telling a story and then ending with a well-known love song or a poem.

 

This Is How To Come Up With Ideas For The Content.

  • Mention how and where you met
  • Write down what drew you to her
  • Jot down what you really like about her
  • Write down a lot of fun and fond memories or anecdotes and pick out what you would like to use
  • Mention why you love her and your dreams for the years to come.

 

Next, put your ideas together to form a rough draft. You can always go back to edit it to suit your style and personality.

Groom speech sample

Finally, let’s look at…

 

How To Write The Closing Remarks Of Your Groom Speech

Helen Keller made a profound statement that the best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched; they must be felt with the heart. How you conclude your groom’s speech must be felt with the heart too if you want to end on an impactful note.

It is not uncommon for the vast majority to conclude their groom wedding speeches with sentiments like this: ''Here's to my lovely bride...cheers''

 

That was just a tip of the iceberg. There are actually more ways of ending with a bang and I am happy to share a few ways of wrapping up on a memorable note.

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First, you can give a very special gift to the bride. What do you consider to be a great gift for her?

 

Second, if you are talented musically, you can write down your promises and add your voice to it and you will end up delivering an emotional or romantic groom speech like this one:

 

 

Third, you can end it all by reciting a powerful love poem. You may model it after your promises or vows.

P.S: Most grooms do this...Have you ever considered it? Want to write and give a great wedding speech like the one above but can't seem to get started because you don't know the exact words to use?

Or not too sure if what you intend writing will be well received by the guests?

Let's help you make the bride and your family and friends proud and let the wedding guests say great things about your speech.

Here’s what one nervous person called Glen sent over after the wedding was over. 

Hey Dan, I just wanted to thank you once again for the speech you wrote with me. My goal was met afterward, I was told by many "what a beautiful speech" and received a standing ovation. I couldn't have done this without you. God Bless Dan!- Glen, U.S.A

Want to know how he did just that? He got on board our wedding speech program and one of our talented speech consultants helped him out.

Want to get on board? You should by first filling out this form.

Ok, Is This Offer For Me?

  • Yes, if you are expecting nothing less than a very special, beautiful, unique, and memorable speech.
  • Yes, if you are overwhelmed by the pressures of work and don’t have the time to put together a very meaningful speech, so you can have peace of mind
  • Yes, if you want the bride and your family, children, friends, and wedding guests to shower you with very sincere compliments…just imagine how you will feel
  • Yes, if you are not good with words and you feel you’re not a natural writer and you are struggling to find the right words but still want to give a great speech.
  • Yes, you get so scared anytime you’re asked to say something before an audience and you really want to save yourself from any form of embarrassment on your big day.
  • Yes, if you are not too eloquent or not too sure if you are on the right track.
  • Yes, if you absolutely hate speaking in public or feel this is not your thing but you want to make your wife feel very proud
  • Yes, if you have a day or less to the wedding and you are worried that you might make some horrible mistakes
  • Yes, if you are a good speaker but you still want someone to look over or review what you've come up with!

Wedding not too far away? Or happening in less than 24 hours? Trust me, we can deliver! it doesn’t matter if your speech is today, tomorrow, next week, next month, next year,... we can make things work for you 

Just imagine leaving your entire presentation in the hands of skilled wedding speech consultants who will take away your pain of spending hours thinking hard and long about what to say and what not to say.


Also, envision being patiently guided to say something that will leave a favorable impression on the mind of your listeners.


And also imagine the thrill and feeling of excitement and pride you’re going to experience when the audience leaps onto their feet and screams and shouts and even sing your praises.


Won’t you love that? I hope you do...

Ok, I am Interested, What’s the Cost?

You simply pay what you want after you’ve got your beautiful speech.

Why? As you know, the current health and economic crisis have caused severe hardships for most people.

Precious lives have been lost, jobs wiped out and families displaced, leaving everyone wondering what the future holds.

Yet, some couples are still getting married and giving speeches like never before. 

Nonetheless, not everyone could afford our services even before the pandemic suddenly hit us.

So, we have dropped our normal rates so you can simply pay what you want after you have got your beautiful speech.

Please note: When life gets back to normal, this offer will be scrapped for good.

So, please take advantage of it now even if your big day is in the future.

Even though we are going through this crazy time, if you do a poor job at it, your speech will be captured on video, and the bride, your friends and family, and other viewers will forever remember what you said and would not attribute your poor performance to the fact there was a deadly disease in town.  

So, please take advantage of it now even if your big day is in the future by simply paying what you want after you get your beautiful speech.   

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Oh Ok, How Then Do I Get Started Since I Want To Get On Board Right Away?

Ok, here’s how it works

All you have to do RIGHT NOW is to click on this link to receive an easy-to-fill-in questionnaire via email. Check your email a few hours after you’ve submitted your request for your questionnaire.

So,

1)CLICK HERE  NOW TO GET STARTED NOW TO GET YOUR GREAT SPEECH NOW BY FILLING OUT THIS QUESTIONNAIRE---you only pay after your beautiful speech has been delivered. So, you can have peace of mind!

  1. After that, we will send you a very short questionnaire to fill out via email! You only have to check your email a few hours after you have made your request.
  1. Then, you fill out the questionnaire sent through your email, and please have it sent back to us…
  1. We will confirm receipt of it…If something is not too clear, we will ask you to clarify….
  2. If not, we will send you a wonderful draft in a couple of hours if this on very short notice….If not, after a few days
  3. Then, you look it over and tell us if you are okay with it or you want to amend or revise it till you are happy with it--although we always get it right even with the first draft
  4. Then, you pay for your speech

Just a reminder of what you pay after it’s duly completed.

You simply pay what you want after you’ve got your beautiful speech.

Why? As you know, the current health and economic crisis have caused severe hardships for most people.

Precious lives have been lost, jobs wiped out and families displaced, leaving everyone wondering what the future holds.

Yet, some grooms are still getting married and have to say something about the bride. 

Nonetheless, not everyone could afford our services even before the pandemic suddenly hit us.

So, we have dropped our normal rates so you can simply pay what you want after you have got your beautiful speech.

Please note: When life gets back to normal, this offer will be scrapped for good.

So, please take advantage of it now even if your big day is in the future.

Even though we are going through this crazy time, if you do a poor job at it, your speech will be captured on video, and your wife, family and friends, and other viewers will forever remember what you said and would not attribute your poor performance to the fact there was a deadly disease in town.  

So, please take advantage of it now even if your big day is in the future by simply paying what you want after you get your beautiful speech.   

Please note: Your speech draft comes with a proven and simple tip to master your speech or remember your speech just as you want it without carrying a paper with you.

Just see what someone said about that great tip that's proven to calm your nerves and help you speak with purpose, poise, and clarity!

''Hi Dan,

The speech went very well, I modified it a bit and practiced it as you suggested (great advice).  Thanks for all your help and if I need a prepared speech again I’ll definitely contact you.

All the best,

Matt''

Please note: Don’t fill out this form if you’re a dishonest individual. This offer is for a limited time.

So, CLICK HERE TO GET STARTED NOW TO GET YOUR GREAT SPEECH NOW BY FILLING OUT A QUESTIONNAIRE---you only pay after your beautiful speech has been delivered. So, you can have peace of mind and not lose money. The risk is on us!

You don't have to worry about paying our per speech for now.

Forget about money and let’s write something for you. We believe in the values of honesty and integrity and we think you should be happy with our work first.

So, Here Are The Benefits You Get When You Get On Board!

  • A great speech written by our wedding speech consultants that reflects what you want to say exactly
  • We coach you on how to use your voice to make your speech very exciting.
  • We show you a simple but often overlook strategy to rehearse your speech even if you have a very poor memory. This method is used by great speakers like Obama and was used by Abraham Lincoln and his compatriots
  • The most effective way to get your entire speech into your head without memorizing your speech. Guaranteed to help you even if you have a very poor memory or your memory is like a goldfish…most of our clients still wonder where we got this idea from. This ensures that you don't read off a sheet of paper...

Just see what someone said about that great tip that's proven to calm your nerves and help you speak with purpose, poise, and clarity!

''Hi Dan,

The speech went very well, I modified it a bit and practiced it as you suggested (great advice).  Thanks for all your help and if I need a prepared speech again I’ll definitely contact you.

All the best,

Matt''

  • Ways to include humor in your speech and what it takes to do so

So, CLICK HERE TO GET STARTED NOW TO GET YOUR GREAT SPEECH NOW BY FILLING OUT A QUESTIONNAIRE---you only pay after your beautiful speech has been delivered. So, you can have peace of mind and not lose money. The risk is on us!

Remember, you have to see your speech first before you pay. So, you can relax and let us sweat it out at our expense!

 


Maid of Honor Speech For Friend Or Sister: Here Are Easy To Follow Tips And Ideas You Can Use To Write An Amazing Maid Of Honor Speech For Your Friend or Sister

 

Need easy-to-follow tips and ideas to help you write a heartfelt maid of honor speech for your friend or sister? But, can’t seem to make headway?

 

 

Just stick with me for a while and I will share with you tips and ideas about…

  • How you can model your maid of honor speech after maid of honor speech examples or samples
  • How to create an outline and structure for your maid of honor speech for your friend or sister
  • How to write a great maid of honor speech for your sister or friend using the exact steps I use to create stellar wedding speeches

 

Maid of honor speech for sister
                

Ok…let’s dive right in.

 

Here’s Why You Need A Good Maid Of Honor Speech

There’s no greater joy than standing by your friend or sister as she exchange promises with that special person in her life.

That’s an honor you shouldn’t take lightly.Well, another honor up for grabs is when you confidently grab the microphone and make an amazing maid of honor speech for your sister or friend.  

 

If you are not good with words or an eloquent speaker, that can be pretty mesmerizing and you might find yourself wondering where to start and how to connect your jumbled thoughts and ideas into a deeply meaningful maid of honor speech.

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If you are stuck, please don’t worry because the following easy-to-follow tips can help you get started even if you think you are a very terrible writer.

 

It Starts From Here And Ends Here

 

Writing and delivering a maid of honor speech first begins in the mind. How so? 

If you never delivered a speech your whole lifetime, your mind will bring up images of when you failed to impress your listeners with your speaking skills. If you dwell on it, you will magnify your fears.

 

So, you have to leave the past in the past and keep your sights on developing your confidence no matter you are feeling right now. That, in essence, is the first step to calming your nerves so you can work up the nerve for your wedding speech for your friend or sister.

 

Here’s How to Get Content Ideas for Your Maid Of Honor Speech

 

If you are clueless about this whole speech writing thing, then the best way to move forward is to first watch inspiring maid of honor speech YouTube videos.

 

You may watch several entertaining clips a couple of times and write down ideas and tips you think you can weave into your own script.

 

Here are some really good video clips for your viewing and learning pleasure.

 

Maid of Honor Speech Video Example For Sister#1

Maid of Honor Speech Video Template For Friend# 2

 

Have You Also Thought About This For Your Maid Of Honor Speech?

 

Another handy resource that’s a real ‘’goldmine’’ for rich ideas is maid of honor speech examples/samples. The trick here is to find a well-written example, analyze it to find out how it was written, and then model your maid of honor speech after it.

 

We are going to cover that and more in detail in the next few lines. So, please stay tuned.

 

First and foremost, let’s look at this:

 

Maid Of Honor Speech Example/ Template

I would like to thank hitched.co.uk for posting this on their website.

 

Liz… I’m so happy to be here today as your maid of honour, and to be able to tell everyone here how perfect Liz and Mike are for each other.

 

For those of you who don’t know, I’m Michelle, best friend of Liz’s for nearly 20 years. We were in 6th grade when we first met, and bonded because we were both going through our cringy anime phase together (and are still going through). She was obsessed with the anime Gundam Wing and I was a weird, nerdy kid who happened to like it too.

 

You were by my side on my actual wedding day as my maid of honour, and now I am by yours, finally getting to see you walk down the aisle to the man of your dreams.

 

I never would have thought that this friendship that started from passing notes in class and doodling anime boys to one another would be my most treasured and long-lived friendship. But it wasn’t hard, since, over time, I learned that Liz is one of the most dedicated and loving people you will ever meet.

 

When she decides to be loyal to someone, she will put her whole heart into it. I really could go on and on about how wonderful she is, and god knows I have many stories of our shenanigans, from anime and boy drama through middle school and high school, to drunken all-nighters and Anime Expos in college. But when I think about our friendship, I like to recall us sneaking off to the apartment pool one night because summers in Riverside are hot as hell even after sunset.

 

We dipped our feet in the water and gushed about being at each other’s weddings and even having kids around the same time so our kids could be best friends like us (OR MAYBE MORE…). And here we are now…

 

You were by my side on my actual wedding day as my maid of honour, and now I am by yours, finally getting to see you walk down the aisle to the man of your dreams. And I know there’s no man more worthy of your love and intense loyalty than Mike.

 

I watched their relationship bloom, from cute virtual dates in World of Warcraft, to sneaking off to Disneyland during the summer, and I saw that both of them were romantics who genuinely wanted to make it work.

 

Liz has always had a type – she loves the cool, mysterious, quiet types with good jawlines. In Mike’s case, his cool exterior as they got to know each other in high school was likely him just being socially awkward and shy.

 

But I watched their relationship bloom, from cute virtual dates in World of Warcraft, to sneaking off to Disneyland during the summer, and I saw that both of them were romantics who genuinely wanted to make it work. And I know you both worked your asses off to make it work.

Maid of honor speech examples
 

Few people realise how many challenges you two overcame to be together and stay together. You were long distance for half of your relationship – over high school AND college, across the country, from California to Ohio. That’s a huge accomplishment.

 

People change so much from those ages, become totally different people with different goals. Yet Liz and Mike made it work. They grew together and always, always made an effort to intertwine their lives together.

 

They never stopped communicating, never stopped dating each other, even when they finally closed the distance. This is a couple that still kiss and hug and look at each other like love-struck teenagers several years later...

 

As Liz’s roommate, I can tell you she was always on the phone or webcam with him. She’d lovingly craft comics and art of them two to send in care packages to him, and I remember Mike drawing something for her, even though he’s not the drawing type, and running it by me for the sake of reciprocating her love.

 

And they kept this up for years. They never stopped communicating, never stopped dating each other, even when they finally closed the distance. This is a couple that still kiss and hug and look at each other like love-struck teenagers several years later, yet have the confidence and intimacy of one that’s grown old and wise together.

 

Liz and Mike, as a couple, you two are exactly where you should be. To the happy couple and their happily ever after!

 

As someone who has watched their relationship from the very beginning, you two truly embody a piece of advice I once heard about marriage:

“A wedding ceremony should only, ever and always, be an affirmation that the relationship is where the couple wants to be, and a promise to keep it like that.” Liz and Mike, as a couple, you two are exactly where you should be. To the happy couple and their happily ever after!

 

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Well, Let's Dive In! - We're Going To Draft A Beautiful Maid Of Honor Toast

 

Recall that maid of honor speech sample? It has an introduction, body, and conclusion.  Pretty standard, right? But these three components form the basis for every speech.

 

So, let’s now focus on how best to write the first part of your maid of honor speech: an introduction

 

To get a fair idea of how to write the opening remarks, let's revisit that introduction, digest it, and then you'll know what to say.  Also, what not to say, which is equally important.

 

"Hello all. Your presence here, to cheer on Brooke and Brian, means the world. I'm Faith, if you didn't know. Brooke's little sister. And today, I stand here as her Maid of Honor."

Take a pause here, let that sink in. Then, show your gratitude.



"A special thank you goes out to our parents. Mary, Robert, your love for us is undeniable. Gloria, William, your support for Brian has been immense. All of you, together, made this day possible. The love you've shown, it's a shining beacon. It's the essence of true marriage. From the bottom of my heart, thank you."

 

Let's break it down, shall we? The first few lines should include two things (Part A):

  • First, who you are and how you're connected to the bride.
  • Second, a warm welcome and expression of appreciation.

 

Let's say you're the bride's sister. Go ahead and express your gratitude to your parents, grandparents even, especially if they've played a significant role in your upbringing. If you are a friend of the bride, simply thank everyone for coming to the wedding and deliver your speech.

 

Take a moment to thank her for the honor of being asked to speak. Make sure she knows how deeply honored and excited you are to stand beside her side as her maid of honor. There's magic in expressing your emotions, believe me. The crowd will feel it too.

 

Let's take a little task to start things off. Grab a pen, a piece of paper. Write down names. Names of the folks you'd like to acknowledge, right at the start. Jot them down in this space.

 1)…………

 2)…………

 3)…………

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Believe it or not, there’s actually a second part connected to the introduction. Shall we look at it?

Ok…here you go: I picked up those lines from the maid of honor speech above.

''Brooke, as a big sister, you were incredible. Growing up, I didn’t fully grasp the extent of your love and support.''

 

Guess what? It's the preface to your speech's body, the hook if you will. Here's how you can make your speech captivating from the get-go with a ‘’killer’’ hook.

 

First, start off with a compliment, simple and sweet. Look at this example:

 

Anita, you radiate beauty tonight, sitting next to your charming prince.

Next, got a good singing voice like this maid of honor? Use it. Serenade the audience with your opening lines. Entertain the guests with a popular tune. One they can hum, sway or even dance along to. Make it an unforgettable moment. Trust me, they'll love it! Here's an example:

 

 

Next, open with a quote. A quote about love, marriage or friendship. Here are a few heart-warming ones to kick start your speech:

  • Moulin Rouge said, “The greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return.”
  • Jean Dan said, “Every woman deserves happiness. Yet, she becomes her true self when she finds the one who completes her joy.”
  • Jean Dan also said, “A good man is the best gift God can give a good woman from His treasure chest.”
  • Here's another from Jean Dan, “True love remains elusive until you meet the one your heart and soul yearn for.”
  • Megan said “I never knew what love was until I met you, and when distance separated us, I discovered what true love meant."

 

Now, let's ask ourselves. Can you transform any of these quotes into an enchanting intro? Let's try this exercise together.

"I discovered the true meaning of love when I met my best friend two decades ago."

 

Feel the warmth in that? It pulls at your heartstrings, doesn't it? Noticed how seamlessly I incorporated the quote, "'I never knew what love was until I met you. When distance pulled us apart, I discovered what true love is'"? The result is touching and genuine. That's the power of a well-placed quote.

 

Another tactic? Play with words. Make your speech humorous. Something like this:

"Good afternoon, all. I'm 'berry' happy…(pause and laugh) Maybe it's because I had berries for breakfast? It warms my heart seeing so many of you traveled from afar to be here. It means the world."

Maid of honor speech for friend

(Note: switch 'very' with 'berry' to engage the audience)... (pause, wait for chuckles, then add)...

 

Better still, you may start with a rhyming poem like this one:

These I Can Promise - Mark Twain 

I cannot promise you a life of sunshine;
I cannot promise riches, wealth, or gold;
I cannot promise you an easy pathway
That leads away from change or growing old.
But I can promise all my heart’s devotion;
A smile to chase away your tears of sorrow;

A love that’s ever true and ever growing;
A hand to hold in yours through each tomorrow.

 

Now, a question for you. Which technique resonates with you for the second part of your introduction? Pick one. Scribble down some thoughts and see what happens.

 

Next up, let's learn...

How to Write The Body of Your Maid of Honor Speech Using This Example

 

Let's take inspiration from the example above. The path to guide us, so to speak.

"Almost every childhood memory of mine involves you, all the more wonderful because of you. Remember our all-day 'Olden Days' games?"

 

Faith discussed memories. And that's precisely what your maid of honor speech should be.

 

How to gather those memories? It's easy. Get your notepad, pen, and answer these questions:

  • When and where did you first meet the bride? If you're her sister, talk about her birth. If you are not her sister, you can just mention how and when you first met and became friends.
  • How did your bond grow? Share childhood memories if she's your sister. Stick to the good ones. No embarrassing tales, unless they're humorously spun.
  • What shared interests do you have? Travelling? Shopping? Sports? Reading? Just write them down and embellish it with a good story if you can
  • What funny and sweet memories do you have of the bride?
  • Mention the groom too. If you don't know him well, tell him he's lucky to have married your friend or sister and share with him a few tips for making her happy.

 

Here's what I suggest: Answer the questions above, use those to create an outline or bullet points. Then, pen a first draft. Edit and polish it until the content and style sing in harmony. If your storyline is too long, just go with what you would like to share with your family and friends.

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Alright, now we come into the last part...

Wrapping Up Your Maid of Honor Speech Unforgettably!

 

The grand finale of your toast should leave an imprint like the words of a sacred book. You want the memory of your words to linger. To achieve that, here are some foolproof strategies:

  • Are you married? Share a golden nugget about what keeps a marriage thriving.
  • Share encouraging words or wishes for the newlyweds. Simple yet heartfelt. Can you write one? Not too hard to jot one down, right?
  • How about ending with a love quote from a movie? Here are some contenders:

From "Angels in the Outfield" (1994), "Love is that can't-eat, can't-sleep, reach-for-the-stars, over-the-fence, World Series kind of stuff."

  • If the couple met online, borrow this from "Her" (2013), "The heart's not like a box that gets filled up. It expands in size the more you love."
  • Or, the tongue-in-cheek quote from "Knocked Up" (2007), “Marriage is like a tense, unfunny, version of Everybody Loves Raymond, only it doesn’t last 22 minutes. It lasts forever."
  • Or, a touching poem could be just the thing. Poetry has a way of expressing feelings like nothing else.
  • If you or the couple holds Christian beliefs, ending your speech with a Bible verse or scriptures could add a special touch.

 

I'm drawn to using Psalm 128 as my wrap-up. It's such a heartwarming scripture!

Psalm 128 from the New International Version reads like a song rising to the heavens:

I would like to use Psalm 128 to wrap up….it’s such a beautiful bible quote!

Psalm 128(New International Version)

A song of ascents.

1 Blessed are all who fear the Lord,

who walk in obedience to him.

2 You will eat the fruit of your labor;

blessings and prosperity will be yours.

3 Your wife will be like a fruitful vine

within your house;

your children will be like olive shoots

around your table.

4 Yes, this will be the blessing

   for the man who fears the Lord.

5 May the Lord bless you from Zion;

may you see the prosperity of Jerusalem

all the days of your life.

6 May you live to see your children’s children— peace be on Israel.

 

These are all great choices. But remember, it's about what resonates with you, what you feel will best encapsulate your sentiments, and importantly, what you believe will be a meaningful note to end on for the bride, groom, and the audience.

Your maid of honor speech is your gift to them, so make it as unique and special as they are.

How to write maid of honor speech

Let me ask you this simple question: Can you really use all the tips and ideas on this page to write your own maid of honor speech for your sister or friend.

If you are not too sure, you might want to find out how Li did with incredible ease when her friend was getting married.

She badly wanted to give a great maid of honor speech that would make my friend feel not only proud but also express how much she loves and adores her. 

 

But, juggling her 9-5 and helping the bride plan for the wedding were a real struggle that she didn’t know where to start or even find the right words that would express her deepest love and admiration for the bride and his groom.

 

They say nothing ventured, nothing gained. So, she took a leap of faith by first filling out this very simple form when she found out that she didn’t have to pay first to get her speech done. 

 

She asked for a few edits and when we asked her how her speech went, she sent over this note: (Please note: Kindly click on the image below to make it legible)

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Li's not the only one we have helped. We helped another nervous person whose testimonial is in his own pen below.


We have helped several others give memorable speeches too, So, your case is not hopeless. There’s hope for you.

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We have helped several others give memorable speeches too. So, your case is not hopeless. There’s hope for you.

Wedding not too far away? Or happening in less than 24 hours? Trust me, we can deliver! it doesn’t matter if your speech is today, tomorrow, next week, next month, next year,... we can make things work for you 

''The wedding was GREAT. There were about 120 guests. About 15 people came up to me afterward and told me I gave a great speech. I had to tweak it a little because of my tardiness getting it to you but, it all turned out great. Thanks for all your help. I really appreciate it''Phil Australia 

You see, all these persons you have just read about are mere mortals like you and me and many were scared to death about this whole wedding speech thing.

But they all decided to take action by asking our wedding speech consultants to help them give incredible wedding speeches and we didn’t let them down.

The bride's wedding is a very special milestone in her life and you shouldn't let her down in anyway. Which is why we are here to help you give a wedding speech that will blow everyone away, even if you are an experienced speaker or you just hate speaking before an audience.

Want to get on board? You should by first clicking here to fill out this form.

Ok, Is This Offer For Me?

  • Yes, if you are expecting nothing less than a very special, beautiful, unique, and memorable speech.
  • Yes, if you are overwhelmed by the pressures of work and the wedding preparations and don’t have the time to put together a very meaningful speech, so you can have peace of mind
  • Yes, if you want the bride, your friends or siblings, her family,  your family, children, friends, and wedding guests to shower you with very sincere compliments…just imagine how you will feel
  • Yes, if you are not good with words and you feel you’re not a natural writer and you are struggling to find the right words but still want to give a great speech.
  • Yes, you get so scared anytime you’re asked to say something before an audience and you really want to save yourself from any form of embarrassment on your big day.
  • Yes, if you are not too eloquent or not too sure if you are on the right track.
  • Yes, if you absolutely hate speaking in public or feel this is not your thing but you want to make your wife feel very proud
  • Yes, if you have a day or less to the wedding and you are worried that you might make some horrible mistakes
  • Yes, if you are a good speaker but you still want someone to look over or review what you've come up with!

Wedding not too far away? Or happening in less than 24 hours? Trust me, we can deliver! it doesn’t matter if your speech is today, tomorrow, next week, next month, next year,... we can make things work for you 

Just imagine leaving your entire presentation in the hands of skilled wedding speech consultants who will take away your pain of spending hours thinking hard and long about what to say and what not to say.


Also, envision being patiently guided to say something that will leave a favorable impression on the mind of your listeners.


And also imagine the thrill and feeling of excitement and pride you’re going to experience when the audience leaps onto their feet and scream and shouts and even sing your praises.


Won’t you love that? I hope you do...

Ok, I am Interested, What’s the Cost?

You simply pay what you want after you’ve got your beautiful speech.

Why? As you know, the current health and economic crisis have caused severe hardships for most people.

Precious lives have been lost, jobs wiped out and families displaced, leaving everyone wondering what the future holds.

Yet, some couples are still getting married and giving speeches like never before. 

Nonetheless, not everyone could afford our services even before the pandemic suddenly hit us.

So, we have dropped our normal rates so you can simply pay what you want after you have got your beautiful speech.

Please note: When life gets back to normal, this offer will be scrapped for good.

So, please take advantage of it now even if your big day is in the future.

Even though we are going through this crazy time, if you do a poor job at it, your speech will be captured on video, and the bride, your friends and family, and other viewers will forever remember what you said and would not attribute your poor performance to the fact there was a deadly disease in town.  

So, please take advantage of it now even if the wedding day is in the future by simply paying what you want after you get your beautiful speech.   

Satisfaction guaranteed for mother of the groom

Oh Ok, How Then Do I Get Started Since I Want To Get On Board Right Away?

Ok, here’s how it works

All you have to do RIGHT NOW is to click on this link to receive an easy-to-fill-in questionnaire via email. Check your email a few hours after you’ve submitted your request for your questionnaire.

So,

1)CLICK HERE  NOW TO GET STARTED NOW TO GET YOUR GREAT SPEECH NOW BY FILLING OUT THIS QUESTIONNAIRE---you only pay after your beautiful speech has been delivered. So, you can have peace of mind!

  1. After that, we will send you a very short questionnaire to fill out via email! You only have to check your email a few hours after you have made your request.
  1. Then, you fill out the questionnaire sent through your email, and please have it sent back to us…
  1. We will confirm receipt of it…If something is not too clear, we will ask you to clarify…If not, we will send you a wonderful draft in a couple of hours if this on very short notice….If not, after a few days
  2. Then, you look it over and tell us if you are okay with it or you want to amend it till you are happy with it--although we always get it right even with the first draft.
  3.  Finally, we would ask you to pay for it. 

Just a reminder of what you pay after it’s duly completed.

You simply pay what you want after you’ve got your beautiful speech.

Why? As you know, the current health and economic crisis have caused severe hardships for most people.

Precious lives have been lost, jobs wiped out and families displaced, leaving everyone wondering what the future holds.

Yet, some brides are still getting married and asking their friends or siblings to make maid of honor speeches. 

Nonetheless, not everyone could afford our services even before the pandemic suddenly hit us.

So, we have dropped our normal rates so you can simply pay what you want after you have got your beautiful speech.

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Maid Of Honor Speech For Friend Or Sister Examples

 

If you ever thought thatwriting an amazing maid of honor speech for your friend or sister was so hard, then you’ve got to think twice about that because this piece will cover everything you need to know about writing a lovely maid of honor speech for your friend or sister.

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As a professional maid of honor wedding speech writer, I can tell you that you don’t have to be naturally gifted with words to write something captivating. There are proven steps you can easily follow and examples you can model your maid of honor speech after.

 

Guess what? Most maids of honors become very obsessed with making their maid of honor speeches that they lose their sanity and end up fumbling when asked to deliver a few remarks about the bride.

 

I believe you deserve something better than that because you have a huge responsibility to make the bride feel proud with your words. As maid of honor who has been there for here in good times and bad, you certainly have tons of memories to make this a reality.

Maid of honor speech for sister examples

But, the pressing question is: How do I go from aimlessly staring at the blank sheet or your computer screen to writing a great maid of honor speech that captures the spirit of your friendship? It’s actually simple! Really? Sure! It boils down to two things:

 

  • Putting the past behind you and preparing yourself for your maid of honor speech
  • Model your maid of honor speech after well-written maid of honor speech examples/templates

 

Let’s start off by looking at the first bullet point:

  • Putting the past behind you and preparing yourself for your maid of honor speech

 

Do you know why most wedding speakers get so nervous prior to delivering their toasts?  It’s because they have this niggling fear about speaking in public that whenever they are asked to speak before a small group of people, they cower like deer in the headlights.

 

You have to put the past behind you whenever your views and experience are concerning public speaking and focus on making your wedding speech for your friend or sister and you will be brimming with self- confidence.

 

Let me also add that if you want to boost your self-confidence, you will have to dip your toes in the water by watching a few video clips about how maid of honor wedding speeches are made.

 

There are tons of them online but a few are distinct and unique. Here are a few really good ones you can watch and learn from and even apply to your own script.

 

Just grab your note pad and pen and write down ideas you think you can weave into your own maid of honor speech for your friend or sister

 

Here they are:

                                                    

Maid Of Honor Speech Video For Friend

Maid Of Honor Speech Video For Sister

 



Now, let’s look at the second bullet point:

  • Model your maid of honor speech after well-written maid of honor speech examples/templates

A reliable speech writing resource that can help you to easily and quickly write your maid of honor speech is maid of honor speech examples.

They are dependable because such samples contain plenty ideas, tips, and lines you can model your script after even if you are a terrible writer or not too sure where to start.

Here are two funny and heartfelt maid of honor examples you can learn from and adapt for your own script.

 

Maid of Honor Speech For Friend Example/Template #1

Thank you to hitched.co.uk for posting this on their website.

 

First of all, I want to thank you all for coming so far for this special event. I know it means a lot to Toni and Jeremy. We are missing one very important person today, Stacie, Toni's sister whom we lost 2 months ago. But I know she is here today Toni, holding your other hand.

Jeremy got here when I was 9, so I was actually old enough to enjoy having another baby brother in the house. We all knew from the get-go that Jeremy had a different sense of humor than most little boys.

 

He started climbing walls at a very young age, literally, and was soon thereafter bungee jumping the cats off the bunk beds. At age four, he held the family hostage in the driveway with the hose. Every time one of us tried to get past him to turn it off, he would shoot us full blast in the face with water. It took Uncle Joe to finally get the hose away from Jeremy and free us all.

 

Now, Toni and I met at Dan's Foods Grocery store when we were both 19. The first time I remember talking to her was when she was a checker and I was a bagger. I had asked her to work for me, and she said she would, as long as she didn't have to bag. Obviously, the managers were not ok with that, but I was really impressed by her easygoing manner, and her willingness to help me out.

 

We hung out for a few months after that and quickly realized how much we enjoyed each other's company. Through the years, we have been roommates in Utah, hiking and camping buddies, roommates in Indiana, lifelong friends, and now sisters. It hasn't always been easy, but Toni has made me work at it to make it as good as it is now.

 

I have known Jeremy for 23 years and Toni for 13, and I can't think of a better pair. My brother and my best friend. Before they ever dated, Toni always flirted with Jeremy, and I remember his retort to her attention. “Toni, I'm too young for you, and by the time I'm old enough for you, you'll be too old for me.” That must have been the hook that caught her. Who knew that all these years later, they would be getting married? But how wonderful that they did.

 

This marriage is not always going to be easy for them, but I think it will be a good one. Toni likes to talk about her feelings, and Jeremy doesn't like to talk at all. In fact, I've told Toni that being friends with me for all these years was just training for marrying Jeremy.

 

However, knowing the two of them, with two of the most caring, thoughtful, and generous hearts, I know they will be fine. Jeremy and I grew up together, Toni and I grew up in the real world together, and Toni and Jeremy will grow together as a family.

 

Now, having been married for a whole two years now, I have some expert marriage advice to give:

– Whenever you're wrong, admit it. Whenever you're right, be quiet.

– The best way to remember an anniversary is to forget it just once. (which Sean just learned!)

Maid of honor speech for friend examples

– If you're clever, you'll always have the last word. However, if you're really clever you won't use it.

– A happy wife is a happy life.

 

– AND Jeremy- don't ever worry that Toni will leave you. She has spent years training you, and she won't give that up easily.

Now, lets raise our glasses to Toni and Jeremy. Here's to love, laughter, and happily ever after. Cheers!

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Maid of Honor Speech For Sister Example/Template #2

Thank you to hitched.co.uk for posting this on their website.

 

Ladies and Gentlemen: you'll be pleased to know I am only going to speak for a couple of minutes because of my throat..… if I go on too long Maria has threatened to cut it! I just want to say a few things on this happy day.

For those of you that don't know me I'm Maria's sister, Susie.
I've decided not to tell any embarrassing stories because it would also be
embarrassing to me… and our parents probably don't know about most of
them.

 

Having known Maria for all her life I have a huge large library of stories to tell you that will leave her embarrassed and humiliated, but out of respect for her on her big day I have decided NOT to tell them.

 

(1) So I'm not going to tell you about the time that she was a senior in high school and two months before graduation she and her three friends were caught skipping school and when her parents punished her by making her take the school bus to school for the rest of the school year, she used her 12yr old sister at the time – that would be me- to be the lookout as she would sneak into her friends cars.

 

(2) And I'm not going to tell you about the time that Maria was three years old still living in a small village in Portugal. She was fascinated by these little ducks in a nearby pond and wanted to play with these ducklings so much that she would grab hold of them but the ducks got frightened and struggled to get out of these strange little girls’ hands, but Maria, still hoping the ducklings would play with her, would clutch them even tighter and ended up strangling them. To this day, people still wonder why there is an eerie shortage of ducks in our home village.

 

(3) And lastly I'm not going to tell you about the time my dad was outside barbecuing and asked Maria to run inside and tell her mom that he needed more charcoal. Now in the Portuguese language the word “charcoal” is incredibly similar to a profane word, which I will not repeat here today. So much to our mother's dismay, little Maria came running in declaring that her father needed more________!

 

Anyway, enough of the cheap shots. On a serious note..… It is an absolute honour for me to be your maid of honor today. You are a great sister, a great daughter and a great friend.


I've never seen you happier than you have been these last few years with Richard. I hope the best for you now and always. May you guys share everything in life together equally, including the housework!

 

We are all here today to celebrate everything that Maria and Rich have found in each other – a best friend, a lover, a teacher, a playmate, a true partner for life. As you sit side by side through this roller coaster of life remember to scream from the peaks, hold hands through the dips, laugh through the loop-the-loops and enjoy every twist and turn for the ride is better because you share it together. Separately, you are two special, remarkable people but together you are complete.

 

Lastly, I'd like to wish for you words from a song “I'll Stand By You” by the Pretenders:

“When you are at the crossroads,
and you don't know which path to choose
let me come along,
because even if you're wrong,
I'll stand by you”

 

Now Ladies and Gentlemen, would you all please stand and join me in a toast to Maria and Richard: May your love be like the wind, strong enough to move the clouds, soft enough to never hurt, but always never ending.

 

To love, laughter, and happily ever after. Cheers!

 

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I hope you enjoyed reading both samples. I did! Both examples are hilarious, sweet and heartfelt.

 

I know you might be wondering how best you can model your maid of honor speech after those examples. It’s actually easy than you think. I am happy to help you out.

 

To do that, you first have to build an outline/structure from both of them. If you scroll up and read both templates once again, you will notice that both wedding speeches are centered on this outline:

  • Greetings
  • Short-self introduction
  • A few thank you notes
  • A brief note before you start your speech
  • A story about the bride
  • A story about the groom
  • How they complement each other
  • Share a few thoughts about marriage if you can/want to
  • End with your toast

 

I know you are already taking notes. If you can put those ideas down on paper and back each idea up with a few facts about the bride and groom, then you are on to something great.  

 

Ok…let’s dissect each idea one step at a time and see how best you can figure out this whole thing.

 

It makes a lot of sense that we use the above outline to frame our thoughts. So, let’s start with that.

  • Greetings

Here are excerpts from both maid of honor speeches.

This wasn’t captured in both examples but I think a little child can write this aspect of your speech.

 

Next on the list is

  • Short-self introduction

Below is an example culled from the second example.

‘’ For those of you that don't know me I'm Maria's sister, Susie. I've decided not to tell any embarrassing stories because….’’

If I were this sister, I would have added the fact that I appreciate her asking me to stand by her side her big and even thank her for honoring me this way. This addition would make her wedding very emotional.

 

This is a homework assignment for you: Just write down your relationship with the bride and how you feel about being her maid of honor. Or better still, how you felt when she chose you to be her maid of honor.

Maid of honor speech examples and templates

Here’s an example to buttress this point.

Anita is a social butterfly and has lots of friends. So, when her wedding day was approaching, I figured she would ask one of her friends with very vibrant personalities to take my place. Out of nowhere, she called me one summer afternoon and asked me to be her maid of honor which is an honor and privilege I hold in very high esteem.


The next idea on the list is…

  • A few thank you notes

You should start by thanking everyone for coming out from far and near to grace the event. Then, thank the bride for choosing you to be her maid of honor.

 

If you have bridesmaid to support you and the bride, then you can mention it and thank them as well.

 

I have to ask you this question: Are there other personalities you would like to include in your gratitude list? A hint: Are you the bride’s sister? If you are, you can thank your parents and extended family for molding your sister into the person she’s grown up to be.

 

There are some other figures you can say thank you to. Just do a little brainstorming to find out who deserves some words of gratitude.

 

Let’s look at the next item on the list:

  • A brief note before you start your speech

How you start your maid of honor speech will go a long way towards how well your speech is received. Hence, you should start on a bright note with one or more of these techniques.

  • Start with a joke.
  • You can start off with a nice quote. Any of these love quotes can probably work.
  • "In all the world, there is no heart for me like yours. In all the world, there is no love for you like mine." — Maya Angelou
  • "Love is passion, obsession, someone you can't live without." — William Parrish
  • "I love you not only for what you are, but for what I am when I am with you." — Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • If you have a beautiful voice, you can start off by singing the bride’s favorite song or opening your speech with a tune everyone can sing along to. An example is seen below:

 

 

Questions to help you get some ideas down onto that paper: How would you like to start your maid of honor wedding speech? With a poem? Or A Song? Or What? The ball is in your court.

 

Let’s move on to what you’ve been waiting for:

  • A story/stories about the bride

 

This aspect of your maid of honor speech for your friend or sister is where it gets tricky for so many maids.

You have tons of memories deep down in your brain. But, it gets pretty hard when it comes to getting those ideas all down onto paper. But, how do you from staring at the blank white page to scripting it all down?

It’s simple. Just pour down every story you can remember about your bonds of friendship. You can write about stuff like:

  • Stories about where and when you first met
  • How you became close friends
  • When you traveled together
  • Birthday celebrations
  • Memorable getaways
  • Graduation ceremonies
  • Vacation Trips
  • Your shared interests or hobbies, etc.
  • Write about how the bride inspires you

 

This is a little assignment for you: Write down whatever you recall about your bonds of friendship and choose at least three stories you would like to weave into your maid of honor speech for the bride. This simple exercise can help you find content ideas for your wedding speech with ease.

 

Let’s look at another thing related to the above:

A story about the groom

If you have been friends with the bride and groom for a while, then you can obviously write something about the groom as shown in this example.

‘’ I have known Jeremy for 23 years and Toni for 13, and I can't think of a better pair. My brother and my best friend. Before they ever dated, Toni always flirted with Jeremy, and I remember his retort to her attention. “Toni, I'm too young for you, and by the time I'm old enough for you, you'll be too old for me.” That must have been the hook that caught her. Who knew that all these years later, they would be getting married? But how wonderful that they did.’’

If you don’t know him really well, you can simply say that they are a perfect match because they obviously love each other.

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Here’s another thing you need to know about:

  • Share a few thoughts about marriage if you can/want to

I know it’s not customary for maid of honors to deliver pieces of advice for the bride and groom. But, you would be seen as a thoughtful and caring friend or sister if you can add a piece of advice to your speech.  

 

If you just can’t do that for obvious reasons, you can probably chip in with a nice quote about love or marriage.

 

You may use any of these:

What greater thing is there for two human souls, than to feel that they are joined for life--to strength each other in all labor, to rest on each other in all sorrow, to minister to each other in silent unspeakable memories at the moment of the last parting?"
- George Eliot

"When you realize you want to spend the rest of your life with somebody, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible."
- When Harry Met Sally

"A great marriage is not when the 'perfect couple' comes together. It is when an imperfect couple learns to enjoy their differences."
- Dave Meurer

"The real act of marriage takes place in the heart, not in the ballroom or church or synagogue. It's a choice you make--not just on your wedding day, but over and over again--and that choice is reflected in the way you treat your husband or wife."
- Barbara de Angelis

Marriage is not 50-50. Marriage is 100-100 – it isn’t dividing everything in half but giving everything that you have got.

 

Marriage is about sharing your joys and sorrows. It is about standing together and working as a team. This is what a marriage is made of. If you know how to share, cherish your partner, and love, you would never have to divide. Learn to share and boost love.

 

Finally, let’s look at the last item on the list:

  • End with your toast to the bride and groom

That’s not hard to write….isn’t it? A first grader can even do that. Well, here are some examples culled from both examples.

Example A: ‘’ Now, lets raise our glasses to Toni and Jeremy. Here's to love, laughter, and happily ever after. Cheers!

Funny maid of honor speech for your friend or sister

Example B: ‘’ Now Ladies and Gentlemen, would you all please stand and join me in a toast to Maria and Richard: May your love be like the wind, strong enough to move the clouds, soft enough to never hurt, but always never ending.

To love, laughter, and happily ever after. Cheers!’’

Do you really have what it takes to write an amazing maid of honor speech with the tips and ideas on this page? If you are not too sure about it, you might want to see how Li managed to write a lovely maid of honor speech even though she wasn't a super gifted writer or speaker. 

 

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