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Maid Of Honor or Bridesmaid Speech Toast For Friend or Sister: A Guide To Writing A Funny And Heartfelt Wedding Toast For Your Friend or Sister

 

A great maid of honor or bridesmaid speech toast for your sister or friend on your mind now? This piece can help, so please get your paper and pen ready and pay close attention to what I am going to share with you. 

 

How many times have you and your sister or friend enacted each other’s future weddings?

 

I’m talking the full nine yards - white pillowcases in the place of veils, gummi rings, soft toys as the wedding guests...and if simply reading this is making you reminisce with a fond smile, there’s your answer right there.

 

Bridesmaid speech ideas fro bride and groom

 

Growing up, every young girl pretty much had a couple of future goals.

These included: being a beautiful bride at her own dream wedding, and to witness her best friend or sister having the very same experience.

 

Now, fast forward twenty-odd years or so down the line, you’ve got one of them to come true (or two, if you’re already married)  - you’re going to be witnessing your best friend or sister walk down the aisle, and vow to love that special man for the rest of her life.

 

However, in all the excitement, giddy laughter, whirlwind planning, and the continuous flurry that comes with having the coveted ‘Maid Of Honor’ title, there’s one activity that often goes unnoticed, only making its presence known the closer it gets to your best friend’s or sister’s special day.

 

 

Yes, it’s the one where you get up, gently tap your champagne glass and feel everyone’s eyes on you as you prepare to give your best friend a fitting sendoff into a new chapter of her life.

 

 

Now, I’m pretty sure you’ve been to your fair share of weddings and seen countless bridesmaid deliver speeches that have encapsulated their bond with the bride in a beautiful manner.

 

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But have you ever wondered how it'd be when it's your turn? Or how you'd cram so many years of memories into a single, meaningful message? Well, the good news is, you’re not alone - this is a thought that multiple maids of honors have had over the years.

 

While you know what makes your best friend or sister unique and can answer that question in a heartbeat, putting it into words is a different task altogether.

 

While writing a heartfelt maid of honor or bridesmaid speech or toast,  might seem like a scary task at the start, I can assure you that it will be one of the sweetest surprises you can ever give your sister or best friend.

 

And that brings us to the next question...

 

What Does The Bridesmaid Say In Her Maid Of Honor Speech?

 

Can I be completely honest with you? You don’t need to be a good orator or a gifted writer to write a great maid of honor or bridesmaid speech for your friend or sister.

 

Having a way with words can definitely help but they are not the only ingredients in the success formula.

 

Believe me, you can still make a funny or touching wedding toast even if you are as clueless as a 50-pound turkey pardoned by the U.S president on thanksgiving day!

 

Your speech is going to be one of the major highlights of the day, so here are some time-tested tips, ideas, guidelines, and templates that I have personally compiled so that the writing process isn’t daunting, but rather delightful.

 

Let’s jump right in, shall we?

 

But Before We Do, Please Take Note Of This

 

With their thoughts often not getting translated into words, or having a proverbial writer’s block each time they sit down to pen their feelings, most women tend to look up speech examples online in the hopes of kick-starting their own.

 

While this method does have its advantages, it also has several drawbacks as you run the risk of sounding cliché.

 

Just like how you would never visit another country without conducting ample research beforehand, the sample applies for your speech as well - it won’t have the intended effect if you just write what’s on your mind frame it after reading a couple of examples.

Maid of honoer toast heartfelt and funny
Maid of honoer toast heartfelt and funny

 

So here’s what you’ll need to know before you write down your ideas.

Every well-written maid of honor speeches goes through these writing processes:

  • Idea-hatching process
  • The writing process
  • The drafting and redrafting process

 

Ready to discover more? Don’t worry - we’ll take it one step at a time so you can come up with the best speech ever in no time at all.

 

Don’t Fast Track The First Step

Before you start shaping your sentences, there’s one important part of the speech writing journey to address - the pre-writing or idea-hatching process.

This usually kicks in before you make your first draft, so use this stage to jot all your ideas down.

 

Wondering where to find them? Below, you’ll a few places to harness creative ideas that can be of great help.

 

First, watch plenty of interesting maid of honor speech video clips on YouTube (they give you tons of inspiration as well as guidance).

 

When you’re in the prewriting stage, rough it out. Grab some paper, a pen or pencil and start making notes of your friendship milestones - the shared memories, the inside jokes, the phrases...write down whatever you’d like to include in your speech from those videos!

Just stay calm and enjoy the fun dear! 

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Maid of Honor Speech Video  #2

 

Now, it’s time to go back to your student days! I am sorry if bringing this up makes you miss the good old days!

 

Now, this is what I suggest you do now.  Study well-written maid of honor speech examples and prep like you’re planning on taking an admissions test - it’ll help you deliver a cracking performance on the day!

 

Now, for you to get a better idea of how to write an effective and emotional maid of honor speech, let’s analyze the below example:

 

I found this on this website: www. weddingbee.com and I am glad to share that with you because it perfectly captures the essence of what the writing process is all about. I really want to thank Natasha for posting it there.

 

So, here a short and sweet maid of honor speech example just for you! 

 

Hello everyone. My name is Natasha, and I am very happy to be here tonight to celebrate the wedding of my dear friend Mary to her new husband Felix. Mary you look absolutely stunning tonight. Felix is one lucky man!

 

If you don’t know the story, Mary and Felix met each other at her sister’s wedding almost 3 years ago, and it was love at first sight. No distance could keep them apart, and even from the Dominican Republic, Felix serenaded Mary over Skype and text messages. His charm and sweet words soon won her over, and she took a leap of faith in love and moved to the DR to teach for a year and of course be close to Felix. And now Mary and Felix, because of the trust you had in each other and in the love that you shared, you are finally able to live and love together as husband and wife, and even in the same country!

 

To the beautiful bride Mary: we met back in first grade, and I am honored to still be one of your closest friends and celebrate with you on this special day. Typically the maid of honor gives some marriage advice.

I am not yet an expert on marriage, but I am an expert on Mary. I know that Felix will not only be your husband but your new best friend. So Felix I would like to share some insights from Mary’s very old best friend to her new very best friend.

 

  • Felix, if you ever upset Mary, just remember that she loves ice cream. And if you really upset her, try French fries dipped in a chocolate shake.

 

  • Mary will not be afraid to knock sense into you when she feels necessary. I once said the wrong thing and she threw a pillow at me, which happened to contain a hardbound textbook. Who keeps books in their pillows?

 

  • Felix, a word of warning, Mary was a hurdler in high school. So don’t stand in her way, because she can and will jump over you.

 

  • If you ever get tired of her talking, just send her out for coffee with some friends. But only if you can handle caffeine hyped Mary

 

  • Mary is the queen of procrastination, and she seems to do her best work in the middle of the night. Felix, uh, you can take advantage of this…

 

Felix, you are now prepared for all that lies ahead. You have chosen a wonderful woman to be your wife and all I ask is that you take good care of her and always keep her laughing.

 

And to Mary, thank you for being such a wonderful friend. I love your infectious laugh, open heart, and brutal honesty. Always remember that I along with the rest of your friends and family will always be here to support you.

 

Before I finish, I wanted to share part of a letter that you had written to me on our high school graduation day: “Natasha, we have been through life’s ups and downs together and we are still standing strong.

 

As the day that I move approaches, I pray that our friendship will endure forever so that one day we really will sit next to each other in rocking chairs watching our grandchildren play and reminiscing on these wonderful days of our youth.”

 

Well, Mary we still have a long way until grandchildren, but tonight you are one step closer!

 

Please raise your glasses to Mary and Felix. May the happiness you have tonight only be the start of a wonderful life ahead.”

 

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Well, if you enjoyed that short speech, that’s wonderful to hear, because we’re going to be collectively crafting something just like that shortly!

 

Continue reading to know how I wrote the above, so that you can use my advice and prevent your best friend or sister from pouring champagne over your head (just kidding).

 

Using the above example, I will now explain how to structure a speech in the writing stage.  

 

Let’s Start By Learning How To Write An Amazing Maid of Honor Speech Like A Pro!

Every speech outline has three main parts:

 

Now, let’s revisit the introductory remarks in the example speech: 

''Hello everyone. My name is Natasha, and I am very happy to be here tonight to celebrate the wedding of my dear friend Mary to her new husband Felix''

 

As you have already observed, the first couple of lines have the following references:

  • Introduction of the speaker
  • Audience greeting (which is in line with typical wedding etiquette)
  • Words that represent thankfulness/gratitude

 

All of that should form a modest part of your self-introduction.

Even if you are introduced by the preceding speaker, it still makes sense to let everyone know who you are to the bride.

 

That’s it. Let’s move on to another section of our speech. First, an extract once again to guide us along.

 

Happy Married Life Two You

''If you don’t know the story, Mary and Felix met each other at her sister’s wedding almost 3 years ago, and it was love at first sight. No distance could keep them apart, and even from the Dominican Republic, Felix serenaded Mary over Skype and text messages. His charm and sweet words soon won her over, and she took a leap of faith in love….''

 

How to write the best ever maid of honor speech

 

Now, this sets up good insights into the nature of the newly-married couple - it sheds light on:

  • How they met
  • How their courtship period was
  • How their relationship is
  • Reaffirming words that celebrate their decision to get married

 

 

Bring On The Body Or The Structure of Your Bridesmaid Toast

Now, before we get into the body of the speech, put on your creative thinking caps and find answers to these questions on a piece of paper:

 

  • What is the length of your speech going to be?
  • Are you going to primarily deliver a funny maid of honor speech or are you going to combine emotions?

 

A key element to look out for is consistency - For example: if you want to go down the hilarious route, you should look for humorous incidents that will support the theme of your toast.

 

Let’s pause briefly and consider this:

 

''To the beautiful bride Mary: we met back in first grade, and I am honored to still be one of your closest friends and celebrate with you on this special day. Typically the maid of honor gives some marriage advice.

I am not yet an expert on marriage, but I am an expert on Mary. I know that Felix will not only be your husband but your new best friend. So Felix I would like to share some insights from Mary’s very old best friend to her new very best friend.''

 

Here, this paragraph has a sweet/humorous hint to it, as Natasha is telling Felix that while she may not be a marriage-expert, she is definitely a Mary-expert.

 

It also evidences a touching gesture, as Natasha acknowledges Felix’s new position in Mary’s best friend line up and is passing on her knowledge to him.

 

This will start off the body of the speech, as well as answer the important questions (who you are, what you mean to the bride and vice versa, etc).

 

Ask yourself questions like:

 

  • When did both of you become friends? If you are her sister, recapture memories of when she was born if you are an older sister. Ask yourself if there’s anything memorable about that incident?
  • What activities did you both engage in growing up or when you met each other?
  • What do you remember the best about her?
  • How has your life changed with her presence in it? I guess you have a lot to say here if you are doing this for your big sister. On the contrary, you may share life lessons you have learned from your little sister or how her character has been shaped by events in the past.

Wedding speech from sister to bride and groom

 

The show is still on…so, let’s re-look at some other excerpts!

 '1. Felix, if you ever upset Mary, just remember that she loves ice cream. And if you really upset her, try French fries dipped in a chocolate shake.

  1. Mary will not be afraid to knock sense into you when she feels necessary. I once said the wrong thing and she threw a pillow at me, which happened to contain a hardbound textbook. Who keeps books in their pillows?
  2. Felix, a word of warning, Mary was a hurdler in high school. So don’t stand in her way, because she can and will jump over you.
  3. If you ever get tired of her talking, just send her out for coffee with some friends. But only if you can handle caffeine hyped Mary.
  4. Mary is the queen of procrastination, and she seems to do her best work in the middle of the night. Felix, uh, you can take advantage of this…”

 

As stated above, this is Natasha’s touching/humorous take on equipping Felix with some tried-and-tested best friend advice regarding Mary.

 

This approach always works great if a simple and sweet speech maid of honor speech is what you have in mind (it also works well if you have a shortage of time on your hands).

 

So, if you find yourself in this situation, consider structuring your speech by including one or more of these ideas:

 

  • Write down what’s memorable: Jot down eventful stories across all eras of your shared lives (childhood, school, adolescence, college, work, etc) - this way, you can look at them all and choose which ones make the final cut.
  • Speak your heart out (to the heart): Nothing tugs at the heartstrings than sincerity coupled with emotional prose.
  • Reference your childhood: Talk about your bond with each other as well as share any anecdotes that may be sweet/funny (For example Natasha recounting the pillow throwing incident)
  • Admire what’s admirable: Talk about the bride’s character traits that you have supporting details for (For example Mary’s courage and her drive to knock sense into people)
  • Keep it light and lively: You can combine two speech styles to produce a memorable message that everyone will enjoy (For example: while the lead up to these 5 points was emotional, the 5 points in question are worded quite colloquially, to inspire laughs)

 

Don't be Selfish... Talk About The Groom Too

As you are the bridesmaid, you will be expected to say a couple of lines about your best friend’s or sister’s better half.

 

Here are some tips to help you with the same:

  • Talk about the first time you met him
  • Mention how he’s changed your best friend’s or sister life for the better
  • Describe his good qualities
  • Talk about how he balances/encourages/motivates your best friend
  • Welcome him to the family in your own way!

 

 

How To Write A Great Ending For Your Maid of Honor Speech That Will Remain With The Guests For Forever

Just like how you started your speech on a spectacular note, you’ll have to ensure that you close it on an equally eventful (if not more) level as well. After all, the last quarter is often usually the one that’s remembered the most, right?

 

Here are some proven tips to help you close your maid of honor speech with a bang:

  • If you’re married yourself, you can share your favorite part(s) about marriage and describe what you can’t wait for your best friend to experience

 

  • You can end by referencing a sweet gesture that your best friend has done for you (For instance: Natasha speaking about Mary’s graduation letter)

 

The time has come to stand side by side
The Groom in his glory, his beautiful Bride.
They've waited so long for this moment in time
To take their vows and say, "Will you be mine?"

Marriage is precious and to be treasured.
The love that you have can never be measured
.
It joins you as one, not just with a ring,
But a future together and what it will bring.

Keep the love alive and make it last.
Remember the good times don't live in the past.
The bond that you have shows the world that you care not
just for yourselves but for the family you share

Who knows what the future may hold?
Stay strong together until you grow old.
Be there for each other, keep good memories alive.
With love and respect, you will always survive.

Today is your day to cherish forever,
Never forget what brought you together.
This special time is just for you,
A time to remember when you've said: "I do."

 

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If we want to make something out of that, then we start with this:

Both of you have always wondered if this day would ever come because you’ve been through a lot. At last, you have been united in love to support and to care for each other through good times and bad.

Your marriage is God’s best gift to you both.

Your marriage is not only sacred but precious and meant to be treasured. The love that you have can never be measured because true love itself is priceless and your marriage is more precious than anything you can ever imagine. So love each other always and your story will be beautifully written on the footprints of time.

 

Maid of honor speech for friend on her big day

 

Did you notice how I used those underlined words in that poem to draft that quick and brief piece of advice? That works all the time even if you are married or not.

 

If you are not sure if giving a piece of advice will work for you, then you can simply offer your best wishes for their marriage.

 

Any of these would be great for this purpose

  • I can't think of two people who are more deserving of true love, happiness, and a lifetime of both. You can make so go for it.
  • You look good together and I can’t wait to see how you build your lives with harmony. I wish you the very best.

 

Again, movie quotes can help you close memorably. Let’s look at a few of them

 

''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, 1989

 

"Love is passion, obsession, someone you can’t live without. If you don’t start with that, what are you going to end up with?"Meet Joe Black, 1998

 

"It doesn’t matter if the guy is perfect or the girl is perfect, as long as they are perfect for each other." - Good Will Hunting, 1997

 

Here is your assignment: Write down simple words of encouragement or best wishes for the bride using your preferred movie quote and add it to your speech.

 

Furthermore, if you or the bride is a committed Christian or a religious person, then you can pick some relevant passages from the bible.

Here are a couple of bible verses for your perusal:

Hebrews 13:4 NIV

4 Marriage should be honored by all, and the marriage bed kept pure, for God will judge the adulterer and all the sexually immoral.

 

1 Corinthians 13:4-7 NIV

4 Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. 5 It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. 6 Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. 7 It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.

 

1 Peter 4:8 NIV

8 Above all, love each other deeply because love covers over a multitude of sins.

Ecclesiastes 4:9-12 NIV

9 Two are better than one because they have a good return for their labor: 10 If either of them falls down, one can help the other up. But pity anyone who falls and has no one to help them up. 11 Also, if two lie down together, they will keep warm. But how can one keep warm alone? 12 Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken.

 

Ephesians 5:22-26 NIV

22 Wives, submit yourselves to your own husbands as you do to the Lord. 23 For the husband is the head of the wife as Christ is the head of the church, his body, of which he is the Savior. 24 Now as the church submits to Christ, so also wives should submit to their husbands in everything. 25 Husbands, love your wives, just as Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her 26 to make her holy, cleansing her by the washing with water through the word,

 

Please note this carefully: Even if you or the couple are not rooted in faith, you can still swipe any of those bible verses because love is the universal language all loving couples know how to speak best.

 

Brush Up & Final Touches

 

When you’ve written down every single detail, it might seem to you like your speech is never going to end.

 

But that’s okay - pat yourself on the back and congratulate yourself on writing your first-ever draft! After you’ve grabbed a nice strong coffee or kicked back with a soothing chamomile blend, you can always come back to the piece, read it aloud and trim/elongate it based on the time you have and the event itinerary details.

 

But how long should your speech be? Answers to all that and more right below!

 

What Clocks Up A Good Speech?

The thumb rule of any effective speech is that it should be long enough like a very beautiful floor-sweeping wedding dress to cover all the important aspects.

 

However, if your story is very engaging, interactive, and humorous, there is a very good chance that the wedding guests will be hooked on every single word (even if the speech is longer than usual).  So, don’t worry about how long or short it is.

 

But conventionally speaking, medium-sized speeches usually perform the best.

Another tip is to tailor your speech to suit the venue - you can narrate separate sections at the rehearsal dinner, the bridal shower, or even at the reception.

 

However, it’s best to stick to a single plan as being the maid of honor is quite taxing in its own way - ultimately, a speech shouldn’t be adding on to that stress.

 

As long as your piece captures the essence of your relationship with the bride, it’s good to go.

 

Maid of honor speech example for bride and husband

So, here’s your homework assignment: Using the maid of honor speech ideas you have gleaned from this piece, can you start working on it right away or you really need help to make it extra special?  

Do you really believe in the popular saying that a friend in need is a friend indeed? If you really believe in that, then you have no choice but to make your friend or sister proud.

This is the chance to prove to the bride that you really love her.

We can help you make your friend or sister proud and 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

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  • 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.
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Won’t you love that? I hope you do...

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Why? As you know, the current health 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 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.

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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.  

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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 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 brides are still getting married and asking their friends or siblings to make the 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.

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, 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.   

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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''

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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!

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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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