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Father Of The Bride Rehearsal Dinner Speech Toast: This Father of The Bride Speech Sample Can Help You Write The Best Ever Toast Without Trying So Hard

 

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Looking for great ideas to help you write the best ever father of the bride speech wedding rehearsal dinner speech toast?

 

By the end of this post, you will be armed with all the tips and ideas, and examples you need to write the best ever father of the bride rehearsal dinner speech toast.

 

Father of the bride dinner toast examples

 

Most men, on their wedding day, will look at their future wives walking down the aisle towards them and think that they can’t possibly love another woman more. But all of that changes overnight when they become a father, and particularly, a father to a beautiful baby girl.

 

Almost every man has conclusively agreed that they’ve felt a fierce, unparalleled love like none other when they’ve held their daughter in their arms for the very first time - it unlocks a new side of them, and almost instantly, that tiny bundle of blankets becomes their entire universe.

 

The bond between a father and his daughter is one of the world’s strongest yet sweetest relationships. He is her first-ever superhero, she is his princess, he could be incredibly brusque, burly, and brutally harsh on others but will be the complete opposite around her.

 

She is the only one who gets to dress him up and as the years go by, he’s the one that protects her from everything - school bullies, mom’s wrath, boys who could potentially break her heart, crashing into objects on her first car ride, etc.

 

A father is one of a girl’s first-ever positive influences in her life. But he seldom is the only one. There comes a time when every daughter grows up and chooses to fly the nest - this is when she decides on a partner for life.

 

For most dads, this is, arguably, the most bittersweet part about watching their daughters grow up - they’re thrilled to know that their little girl has found the love of her life, but will always be wistful over the fact that there is now another man or woman to contend with for her affections.

 

If you’re reading this and have a wistful expression on your face, chin up dad! Your daughter may soon be getting married to a wonderful man or woman, but always remember that you were the first man in her life (and nothing can or will change that).

 

So, the best way to honor your relationship with your daughter and cherish the memories you’ve had with her so far is by making a fitting speech at the wedding rehearsal dinner or reception. Read on to know how you can give your little girl the best gift on her most important day!

 

 

Before we get started on your speech, I want us to get this one thing right that can compromise your performance no matter how good your speech is.

 

Do you have any idea what I am talking about? It is nervousness before, during, and after making your father of the bride wedding rehearsal dinner speech.

 

 

If you are not even nervous now, there is a greater chance that you will feel nervous as you watch wedding speaker after speaker on the night. If they put on a splendid job, there will be undue pressure on you to live up to expectations, particularly if you are a very gifted speaker.

 

Before you even say something about your daughter and son-in-law on the eve of the wedding day, you first have to heal yourself from the inside out before arming yourself with the tools you need to succeed.

 

 

So, how do you heal yourself from within? Good, you have asked this excellent question.   If you are frozen with fear, then there’s a high probability that you didn’t impress your audience when you were asked to deliver a speech some time ago.

 

But you don’t have to worry about that because we all get nervous before we speak. But the trick is how to work it to your advantage.

 

Even if you are a horrible public speaker, you can turn the tides around by believing that you can make it and hold that thought in your mind until your performance comes to an end.

 

You see, as you do that, memories of past incidents where you failed to glitter will come back to haunt and taunt you. But you still have to focus on what you have to say and you will be empowered from within to speak confidently even if you feel a tinge of nervousness every now and then.

 

 

That said, let us see...

How To Get The Right Ideas For Your Father of The Bride Wedding Rehearsal Dinner Speech

 

Saying something sweet about your daughter is a lot like dating, if not more. Do you remember what you went through before you proposed to her mom or your wife? Nostalgic memories I guess.

 

You don’t have to put down your thoughts without first considering how it is actually done.

 

Good videos are the best way of getting your foot in the door. So, this is what I suggest you do right now. Go over to youtube.com or your favorite video sharing platform and watch a couple of videos to get a fair idea of what to expect.

 

Well, I don’t want you to spend so much time doing that. So, I found these two video examples for your watching and learning pleasure and I do hope it gives you a sense of inspiration and guidance.

 

Action Tip: Go grab your journal and pen and create an outline for your speech based on what you will hear in both clips.

 

 

Father of The Bride Rehearsal Dinner Speech Toast Example #1

 

 

Father of The Bride Rehearsal Dinner Speech Toast Example #2

 

 

I hope you learned a thing or two from watching both presentations?

 

Now, if you like reading as I do, then let us look at a well-written father of the bride speech template and how you can use it to write a heartfelt rehearsal wedding dinner speech for your daughter and the groom.

 

Here you go: 

Short Father of The Bride Rehearsal Dinner Toast

 

Hello, good evening, and welcome everyone!

For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Frank and I’m Rachel’s proud dad.

 

On behalf of my family, and the happy couple Brad & Rachel, it’s a pleasure to welcome the friends and relatives of both families - thank you all for coming out here to help celebrate this incredibly special day.

 

My daughter is getting married tomorrow, and I would be remiss if I didn’t thank certain people that were instrumental in transforming her into the kind-hearted, beautiful, and genuinely thoughtful person she is today.

 

My wife, Linda, for her endless love, support, and compassion through the years. She is a wonderful wife and a loving mother to Rach and Bryan.

 

Unfortunately, Linda’s parents are no longer with us but I am sure they are here in spirit - Patrick and Annie were doting grandparents to Rach and Bryan and took such wonderful care of them while Linda and I were at work. 

 

Last but not the least, a special thank you to Alexa and Mike, for raising a wonderful man like Brad. Thank you both for your love and support over the past few years, I’m ecstatic to welcome you into the family, officially.

 

             

Before I start, may I just say, Rachel, you look absolutely beautiful tonight.

 

When you made your grand entry and walked towards me, I was quite frankly speechless and overwhelmed by the emotions of the day - if anyone were to ask me what I’m feeling right now, I feel like I could almost fill up an entire notebook.

 

As I walked you down the aisle to give you away to Brad, fond memories came rushing back to me, and I would like to share some of them with you and everyone present here today.

 

Right from the time we first brought Rachel home from the hospital, all bundled up like a precious gift, our hopes and dreams were to love and inspire her, above all keeping her safe from any form of harm. Today, you’ve exceeded even our fondest dreams, Rachel - you’ve grown into such a beautiful person with a true heart of gold.

 

From an early age, Rachel was a happy and thoughtful little girl, always concerned about the wellbeing of her loved ones - be it us, Bryan, or her friends. As much as she was sweet, she was also quite the stubborn little thing. I distinctly remember the time she kept pestering Linda and me for a new baby. Every day, without fail, she would either come to me or my wife and tell us, very very clearly, that she wanted a baby brother.

 

 

After a point, she gave up on us and started praying every night, hoping that God would be more responsive towards her dilemma. Eventually, her prayers were answered when Bryan came along, 2 years later.

 

 

Growing up, Rachel was fun to be with, but like most kids, she sometimes drove us crazy.  When she was about 5 years old, she disappeared from home and as you can imagine, her disappearance shot our blood pressure through the roof.

 

 

We ended up calling the police and they combed the neighborhood doing a fruitless search for her for over an hour. When it felt like all hopes were gone, I started shouting frantically.

 

Finally, she heard me calling out for her and she responded by saying that she was in her dollhouse. Believe it or not, when I entered, she was fast asleep like a log!

 

Rachel, we are so proud of you and of how far you’ve come down the road of life.

 

When Rachel first told us about Brad, the excitement in her voice was apparent - we knew she’d found her love, her rock, her balance, and her inspiration in him.

 

How to write father of the bride rehearsal dinner speech

 As for us, we were ecstatic to know that our little girl had found a wonderful man that loved her as much as us. Brad, time and again, you have shown that you really love Rachel with all your heart, and as parents, there’s nothing more we could ask for.

 

You’ve helped enriched her appreciation of life’s good things, and I am eternally grateful to you for that.

 

For those of you who don’t know, Brad was posted in the Army after graduating dental school and was stationed in New York for 4 years - Rach and he were in a long-distance relationship, but that only grew their love.

 

They both rose to the challenge by committing to the relationship, visited each other whenever they could, and most importantly, showed each other what mattered the most - each other.

 

To me, that was and is a testament to their commitment and love towards the other, and Brad, I could not be happier to welcome you into the family finally.

 

 

Rachel and Brad, your love for each other is as refreshing as morning dew. You are a wonderful couple with similar hopes, dreams, aspirations, and goals.

 

We wish that your love for each other always gives you the courage and strength to be always there for each other.

 

 So, as you embark on this journey of love, always love, respect, support, and put each other first in whatever you do.

So, to Rach and Brad, may you two enjoy a loving, wonderful marriage for many years to come. I wish you all the happiness in the world.

 

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So without further ado, grab a notepad and start making a note of what you would like to include in your speech.

 

First, let us see…

How To Write The Opening Remarks Of Your Toast

First, a snippet of our introductory remarks to get our creative juice flowing.

 

''Hello, good evening, and welcome everyone!

For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Frank and I’m Rachel’s proud dad.  On behalf of my family, and the happy couple Brad and Rachel, it’s a pleasure to welcome…''

 

This is the most important part of your speech because it sets the tone for the rest of your story and it is also a great opportunity to break the ice.

 

Granted writing one that grabs the attention of the audience from the very beginning is not a very easy task because most fathers are so accustomed to how wedding speeches are delivered. Hence, they don’t see the need to inject a breath of fresh air into what they say.

 

 

As you can see from that excerpt above, many ‘father of the bride’ speeches simply thank the guests for attending as well as pay homage to the special people who were instrumental in getting things ready for the big day.

 

That is a great way of bonding with the audience because you will be breaching wedding speech etiquette if you don’t tell everyone who you are.

 

 

Even if it is a small wedding, you still have to reintroduce yourself because it is very likely that not everyone will know who you are. Don’t take this too lightly.

 

If you are doing a joint parent of the bride's speech for your daughter and new son-in-law, then you can take turns introducing each other.

 

An example of what to say:

Father of the bride: I am Dan and this is my lovely wife.

Mother of the bride: I am Regina and Dan is my precious husband.

 

If you are the stepfather of the bride, there really is no need to mention that unless it’s very obvious to your family, her friends, and your in-laws that you are not her real dad. In that case, you make it known to them and you will be surprised at how complimentary everyone will be for raising the bride so well.

 

That basically is the structure of the opening lines of your father of the bride wedding toast.  

 

Action Tip: Do a little brainstorming and come up with the list of individuals who have been a blessing in your daughter’s life and be emphatic with or about why you are thanking them.

 

If you have covered that ground, let’s dive right in by looking at what to include in your introduction.

 

 

  • Another way of getting content for the opening remarks is to share how you felt when your daughter was born if you are thinking of making an emotional or sentimental toast. I culled it from our guiding example to show you how to do it.

 

‘'Right from the time we first brought Rachel home from the hospital, all bundled up like a precious gift, our hopes, and dreams''

 

Did you notice how touching those words are?

 

  • Another key point is to start with quotes above love, marriage, and so on. Ok, here are a few good materials you can use.

 

''When you’re young, you think your dad is Superman. Then you grow up, and you realize he’s just a regular guy who wears a cape.''– Unknown

 

''You fathers will understand. You have a little girl. She looks up to you. You’re her oracle. You’re her hero. And then the day comes when she gets her first permanent wave and goes to her first real party, and from that day on, you’re in a constant state of panic.'' – Stanley T. Banks

 

 

''A daughter is a treasure and a cause of sleeplessness.'' – Ben Sirach

 

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Now, Let’s See How To Write The Structure or Body of Your Father of The Bride Rehearsal Speech For Your Daughter and Son-in-Law

 

By the way, let us look at excerpts of it to guide us along the way.

''From an early age, Rachel was a happy and thoughtful little girl, always concerned about the wellbeing of …Every day, without fail, she would either come to me or my wife and tell us, very very clearly, that she wanted a baby brother.

Growing up, Rachel was fun to be with, but like most kids, she sometimes drove us crazy.  When she was about 5 years old, she disappeared…''

 

As you can see above, this part of the speech is all about reliving memories of all the years you have spent with your daughter. But you need not share everything you can remember though.

 

Toast to my daughter at rehearsal dinner

 

You need to showcase a few stories you think would leave a favorable impression on the guests. If you want to make it fairly easy to write, you can script your piece from her early childhood through her late adulthood. That’s always proven to work. So, if you decide to follow that, then you can model your speech after this style.

 

Early childhood---memories of those years

Late childhood- fond memories of those times

Growing up years---the travel and adventure stories of those years

Her teenage years----don’t mention if the years were rough…dwell on her amazing traits instead

 

The trick here is to do a little brainstorming and jot down several stories about each aspect of the developmental stages outlined above and figure out which stories resonate best with you. Or you can provide answers to the following questions

 

  • How did you feel when you found out that you were having a baby girl?

 

  • Recollect your feelings on the day you brought her home from the hospital.

 

  • List three main positive attributes about your daughter and support them with incidents where she has demonstrated those traits (could be from any phase of her life).

 

  • Do you remember any funny incidents that she was the mastermind of?

 

  • How was your daughter as a sibling (in case you have other children)?

 

  • How was she as a middle-schooler, high-schooler and college graduate?

 

  • What are the ways in which she has made you proud?

 

  • What do you feel about her as an accomplished professional? You can state some of her achievements and laurels (we love nothing more than a proud dad)!

 

If you are the only member of the family delivering a speech that day, rest assured that you have a ton of content to comb through! As a father, you’ve been privy to almost all the pivotal instances of your daughter’s journey, and now it is your time to celebrate the beautiful woman sitting in front of you.

 

Also, if you feel that there are too many incidents swimming in your mind at the moment, a good tip will be to jot down everything and eliminate the events you don’t want to talk about when you’re finally constructing your speech.

 

Keep in mind that your audience will love to hear stories from her childhood, so take advantage of that.

 

However, you should know where to draw the line - don’t pick an incident that could potentially offend any member of the wedding party in any way. Steer clear of controversy and stick to the safe side by picking incidents that are either sentimental or embarrassing (but again, not too much).

 

Once you have a grip on that, turn the toast or your attention towards your new in-law.

 

Even though a big chunk of your speech will go towards celebrating your daughter, you will also have to acknowledge the ‘new child’ in your life now - your son or daughter in law.

 

The best way to express your emotions and feelings is by directly addressing him or her - depending on the nature of your relationship with your daughter’s significant other. 

 

For example, if your daughter has been dating this person for a long time and your rapport levels are high, you will know enough about her significant other to talk to them like you would talk to your little girl.

 

In case you aren’t that familiar with them, keep it simple - congratulate them on their special day, thank them for making your daughter happy beyond measure, and as a sweet gesture, you can also add in what you love about them (any personality traits, any gestures they’ve done for your daughter or you, instances of their thoughtfulness, etc).

 

You can also use the father of the bride speech toast as a way to reminisce about how you met them for the first time, and what your first impressions were. It’s a great way to induct your newest family member into your clan, so make them feel equally special and welcome.

 

Once, you are done jotting down memories about your daughter and your soon-to-be son-in-law, you can then write a rough draft of your rehearsal dinner speech for the lovely couple.

 

I know for sure the question on most father’s minds is how long their wedding speeches should be? 

Contrary to what you have read online, it needs not to be neither short nor long. Don’t just go with the flow. Rather, you have to do what you are comfortable with and not what is in vogue.

 

I personally wish your rehearsal dinner toast could make your daughter proud by giving a short and sweet speech.

But from working with tongue-tied fathers, I see nothing wrong with a lengthy speech as long as it’s like honey to the taste buds. I have written speeches that sometimes lasted 10 minutes and even though those individuals were worried prior to their remarks, they happily came back to say many people thought their speeches were the best of the night. Just imagine that!

 

Let me ask you this simple question: can you sustain the attention of the audience for a long time? If so, don’t stick to the widely held opinion.

 

Now, let’s look at how to wrap up.

First, you should give some practical advice.

Since you’re older, wiser, and married (or have been, at some point in time), it makes sense for you to give the newlyweds some nuggets of marriage advice.

 

However, do this step only if you are comfortable speaking on this, but do not force it if you are the type of dad that believes in his children learning on their own trajectories.

This part is a great way for most dads to inject humor into a speech that has mostly been sentimental so far - it’s a great time to crack your own puns and use inside jokes, but do try to stay away from overused quips or sexist phrases. Or discussions about the mounting divorce rate across the world (it definitely lends a sour taste to the evening’s events).

 

Second, end with a toast.  Most speeches take the usual route of ending with a touching toast - if you’re unsure as to how to end your father of the bride's speech, this is the best way to proceed.

 

Convey your congratulations to the lucky couple, raise your glass, and wish them a glorious life ahead. Remind your daughter that you could not be happier for her - for her new life, her partner, and the infinite journey of joy stretching out in front of them.

 

However, if you would like, you can also end the speech on a different note - suppose you write poetry as a hobby, you can even recite one of your poems for them.

 

Fourth, some religious parents also end their toast with a profound verse from the Bible or any other religious text, so that option is there as well. Here are some verses you might want to use.

 

Proverbs 19:14
Houses and riches are an inheritance from fathers, But a prudent wife is from the LORD.

Proverbs 12:4 – “An excellent wife is the crown of her husband, but she who shames him is as rottenness in his bones.”

 

Last but not the least, if music runs in your veins and your daughter’s, whip out your guitar and sing your heart out to your daughter. That’s going to be a memorable ending to an equally memorable speech, and one that will definitely melt your little girl’s heart.

Speech for my daughter at rehearsal dinner night

So there you have it, dads! Finish off by welcoming your new son-in-law, take a sip of your drink and wrap your daughter in a giant bear hug, because the odds are definitely that she might be stifling back sobs at your sweet 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?

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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 daughters are still getting married and asking their fathers to give speeches.

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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 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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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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Mother of The Groom Speech Toast: How To Comfortably Write Your Mother Of The Groom Wedding Toast For Your Son And Daughter-In-Law

Looking forward to writing the best mother of the groom speech for your son at the wedding reception or rehearsal dinner night?

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Don’t worry because this piece will show you the tips and ideas you need to know so you can write a great mother of the groom wedding speech toast for your son and daughter.

 

There’s this song that really captures the mother-son relationship and I loved the lyrics so much that I have lost count of the number of times I have played that song on my computer.

 

It is a song by Kay Crawford and Bonnie Barney that goes like this:  

A precious little baby boy tucked in his mother's arms listen as she asked her lord to keep him safe from harm….he looked at her in wonder… as he hears his momma pray…the marriage vows are spoken,
exchanging of the rings and she prays, oh father, now I come
and ask for one more thing…

 

I am sure you might have heard this song before.

 

Mother of the groom speech tips and ideas

 

By the way, your son’s wedding is a day that every mother looks forward to, one that holds wistfulness and joy in equal parts; it’s the day her son officially brings another important person into his life - his life partner.

 

Now, as the mother of the groom, your speech toast has the unique responsibility of honoring your son, welcoming your newest daughter, and keeping your guests entertained, enamored and excited at the same time.

 

Now, if you’re thinking that this is going to be the ‘mother’ of all tasks, don’t worry.

We have a quick and handy speechwriting guide that will help you deliver a touching and heartfelt mother of the groom speech toast that ticks every box!

Every speech can be roughly divided into these parts:

  • Introduction
  • Gratitude
  • Speaking About Your Son
  • Welcoming Your New Daughter-in-law
  • Toasting Their Marriage
  • Conclusion

 

Before we get into writing your speech for your son and daughter-in-law, let’s look at this critical issue that affects the performance of most mothers and how you can make it work for your good.

 

Here's How To Overcome This One Thing Moms Fear Most

Do you have any idea what plagues most moms? Okay, let me take it away!

A lot of mothers can’t put their thoughts together meaningfully due to crippling nerves.

That can stop you from putting on a beautiful show. 

Unfortunately, that stems from past speaking failures and the overwhelming majority of mothers of the grooms become victims to that, and they allow it to haunt them for far too long.

 

If you have been through the torturous ordeal of fumbling for words at any event you were asked to say a few words at, you shouldn’t dwell too much on that either even if your mind relays bleak pictures every now and then.

 

Here’s the thing: We (including great speakers) all get nervous whenever we are asked to speak before a group of people.

 

But you don’t have to let the chains of failure hang around your neck. Once you let it go and believe in your heart in your soul and in your mind that you are ready to make a difference. You don’t even have to bother what the wedding guests or even your son think about you.

 

Just work on your speech diligently and they would change their impressions about you when you hand over the microphone to the next speaker.

 

This has worked for so many mothers we have worked with and you won’t go wrong if you take this time-tested advice to heart. I believe in you and I know you can make it dear.

 

Having acknowledged that, can we now look at how you can write one of the best mothers of the groom's speech toast ever?

Ok, let us dive right into the thick of it.

 

Ideas to help you write your mother of the groom speech

 

How To Get Great Ideas For Your Speech

 

Getting ideas for your presentation is quite easier than most moms think. All you need are good examples to model your speech after.

 

Well, I am not in any way saying that you should blindly copy the speech examples you find online and slighter alter them to fit your needs.

 

That easy road will lead you nowhere but keep you confined in the pit misery and sneer.

Rather, those examples are meant to be studied for inspiration.  Please don’t worry because I am going to show you how to make the most out of mother of the groom speech toast examples in this piece.

 

That said, there are two kinds of wedding speech templates: visual (video) and written examples. They both work hand in hand to create a beautiful speech for your son and daughter. Although they hold the same appeal, they are used differently.

 

Visual or video mother of the groom speech examples put you in a perfect mood for the clever expressions of your ideas and thoughts.

 

 

So this is my speechwriting assignment for you:  Please grab your pen or pencil or your keyword and watch a couple of videos on youtube.com or (on your favorite video watching platform) to get good ideas before you even start your speech.

 

That essentially is what you have to do before you try scribbling down your thoughts. As you do, put down ideas you think you can somehow incorporate into your work.

 

Here you go:

Mother of The Groom Speech Example # 1

 

Mother of The Groom Speech Example # 2

 

 

Did you enjoy watching those clips and did you find anything to work with? I hope you did.

 

Now, let us look at a well-written mother of the groom speech toast sample we can use to help you write a short and sweet mother wedding speech for your son and daughter-in-law.

 

See right below.

 

Mother Of The Groom Speech Sample

 

Good evening, ladies and gentlemen.

For those of you who don’t know me, I’m Ashley, Craig’s ecstatic mother who cannot stop grinning from ear to ear. It gives me great joy and honor to see the smiling faces of so many people who are here today because they love and cherish Craig and Lani. 

 

The entire family has waited months for this special occasion and on behalf of all of them, I would like to thank everyone who has come from near and far to share in our joy and happiness today.

 

This would not have been possible without a few important individuals, whom I would like to thank:

 

First, a huge thank you to Peter, Craig’s dad, and to Joanne, his stepmom for helping make Craig the man he is today.

 

I could not have asked for a better best friend - Andrea, thank you for being another mother to Craig when he was growing up. My son sure has had and continues to have some wonderful maternal influences on his life!

 

Finally, a special thanks goes out to Lani’s parents, Kevin & Danielle, for raising a wonderful woman and for always providing their constant love & support!

 

Standing here talking about Craig brings back very fond memories of that beautiful day when he came into our lives and overwhelmed us with immense joy and pride.

 

In a twinkle of an eye, our bundle of blessings grew up so quickly into a very active, loving, and outgoing little boy who loved to play rugby, more than anything.

 

Throughout his teen years,  Craig developed into an incredible player - it wasn’t just sheer talent that set him apart; I was always particularly impressed with how well he cared for his teammates, both on and off the field.

 

As he got older, Craig was very fun to be around and was SO obsessed with playing pranks. We always played tricks on each other - I remember one New Year’s Eve, the little prankster told me that there was going to be a New Year party in a certain house in the neighborhood. 

 

So full of excitement, I walked in through the door the next day, quickly realized I’d been played (yet again), and quickly got out, only to be received with peals of laughter. 

 

But despite his practical joker side, Craig has always been so passionate about the well-being of his family and loved ones - ever since he was young, he has always made sure that everyone has felt so special and loved through his immense attention and generosity.

 

At any point in time, he is there for others and his friends love being with him. He recently had a golden opportunity to pick up one of the many 250k jobs being offered to him but he didn’t take the easy road out because he didn’t want his friends to go through hard times. This is just testimony to how much he treasures their friendships. 

 

At the time, his business was full of his ‘’friends’’ so he made sure that no one was out on their arse looking for a job.  Instead, he chased up a couple of companies, changed direction slightly, and still got everyone involved.

 

I think you’ll agree with me that such a true friend is hard to come by - Lani, you’re lucky because, in addition to a wonderful partner, you’ve found a precious best friend for life!

 

Craig, we are so proud of you and it’s such a heartfelt blessing to see that you’ve grown up into a very loving, caring, thoughtful, and responsible young man.

 

You’ve enriched our lives in so many ways and given us so many reasons to be proud of you, but the proudest moment for me personally is watching you get married to a spouse who’s so worthy of your love and attention.

 

I couldn’t be prouder that you’ve found someone you can’t live without and I know without a doubt that your warm personality will be complemented by Lani’s beautiful nature.

 

To my new daughter, you are a lucky woman indeed to have caught the eye of this very special man who knows how to love unconditionally, and he is a lucky man in return. 

 

Ever since I can remember, it’s always been my fondest wish for my son to meet someone like you, Lani - when he told me about you, I could tell by the radiant look in his eyes anytime he talked about you that you meant the world to him.

 

When I finally met you after I was invited up to Queensland from Sydney, I knew you would be the one and I am so happy that you are going to build your lives together.  Lani,

 

I love that you are caring, smart, kind, passionate, driven, and love Craig to an immense amount - your mutual respect for each other and unbridled joy is reflected in everything you both do!

 

Craig and Lani, always remember that in your walk together it’s love and only love that has brought you thus far; that is the cornerstone that will help you stand strong in good times and the bad.

 

So, always hold on to each other and be each other’s keeper because there’s nothing you can’t achieve if you value each other deeply.

 

God bless you both and we wish you the very best as you start this chapter of your life together.

 

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Now, we are going to break this example down step-by-step so we can see what went into writing it.

 

As we do, please take note of my comments or writing ideas and see how best you can use them to say something sweet about your son and the bride.

 

Ok, let’s get started by learning…

 

How To Write The Introduction Of Your Mother of The Groom Speech Toast

 

While it may seem obvious to your near and dear as to what your role is at this wedding, there is a possibility that not everyone attending might know who you are.

 

So start off by informing the audience about your connection to the bride and groom.

 

“Good evening, ladies and gentlemen.

For those of you who don’t know me, I’m Ashley, Craig’s ecstatic mother who cannot stop grinning from ear to ear.”

 

Not only does this establish your position in the evening’s proceedings, but it also sets your mother of the groom speech up to a clean, crisp, and clear start: everyone now knows you are the mother of the groom and that you are going to be delivering one of the most important speeches of the occasion. 

 

If your husband or the groom’s father is deceased, you may let them know only if you won’t break down in tears.

 

Remember, the speech is about your son and not him. If you want to honor him, you can still pay a tribute to him by explaining why you are speaking instead of his dad.

 

If you raised your son as a single mom or a lonely widow, there’s no need to emphasize that as well.

If you are doing a joint parent of the groom's speech, be sure to start by introducing yourselves.

Then, you have to take a minute to acknowledge the people that have molded your son into the marvelous person he is today.

 

In addition to serving as the second part of your introduction, it also lends a heartfelt touch to the speech as it will be a nice surprise for the people being thanked.

 

Below is a short example based on what I have just said.

 

This would not have been possible without a few important individuals, whom I would like to thank:

 

First, a huge thank you to Peter, Craig’s dad, and to Joanne, his stepmom for helping make Craig the man he is today.

I could not have asked for a better best friend - Andrea, thank you for being another mother to Craig when he was growing up. My son sure has had and continues to have some wonderful maternal influences on his life!

 

Finally, a special thanks goes out to Lani’s parents, Kevin & Danielle, for raising a wonderful woman and for always providing their constant love & support!

 

After you have expressed gratitude to the guests, you have to capture the attention of the wedding guests by starting on a bright note. If you especially have a poor track record of speaking in public, you have to rewrite your own history by putting on a very good show.

 

Mother of the groom speech toast samples and templates

 

You see,  how you begin your speech will make all the difference because it will leave the guests with the impression that your toast is going to be different than the several boring ones they have heard at many wedding receptions.

If your first lines miss the mark, they will tune out and mentally conclude that it is not worth listening to.

 

There are several ways of mentally engaging them and I am going to share with you three proven ways of doing just that.

 

  • The most memorable way of starting is by sharing what happened on the day your son was born.

 

I once wrote for someone who witnessed the birth of his son on the day OJ Simpson was chased by the police.  Sit still and brainstorm for a while and see if you can come up with stories about what actually occurred on the day you had him.

 

  • Are the couples having their wedding at the same location where they met? You can mention that.

 

If his birthday falls on the same day as his wedding day, you can mention it and ask everyone to join you in singing the happy birthday song for him and this will make everyone happy.

 

  • You can make it nostalgic by recalling how you felt when you got married to your husband.

 

Here’s a short example.

 

Thank you all for being here to celebrate with Ben and Shelly. This joyous occasion is sure to be one for them to remember and it takes me back 30 years when Margaret and I were sitting in their shoes on the eve of our Wedding Day. What a day it was!

 

That can be for a rehearsal dinner speech. Well, you can slightly tweak it if you are going to speak at the reception by rendering it like this:

 

Thank you all for being here to celebrate with Ben and Shelly. This joyous occasion is sure to be one for them to remember and it takes me back 30 years when Margaret and I were sitting in their shoes on our wedding day. What a day it was!

 

However, if you are divorced or separated, you shouldn’t use this approach or even mention it.  

 

  • You can even begin with a joke. If your son has a nickname from childhood that you still tease him with that. Please let the guests know why he got that his nickname.

 

Now, let’s see how to write the body of your speech. Let us look at excerpts of our template to guide us in our pursuit of success.

 

‘’Standing here talking about Craig brings back very fond memories of that beautiful day when he came into our lives and overwhelmed us with immense joy and pride.

 

In a twinkle of an eye, our bundle of blessings grew up so quickly into a very active, loving, and outgoing little boy who loved to play rugby, more than anything.

Throughout his teen years,  Craig developed into an incredible player…’’

 

Now, it’s time to move on to the focus of your speech - your (not so baby) boy! This is the part that most mothers face difficulties over because it’s nearly impossible to fit in so many fantastic memories into a small 5-minute speech. Sometimes, it honestly feels like you’re doing a disservice to your bond!

 

To help you narrow down on the notable ones and do justice to your speech, we have a suggestion that will streamline it for you:

 

  • Set yourself a designated time limit (around 15-30 minutes).
  • Write down the primary thoughts, feelings, and memories that remind you of your son.
  • Write out only the most important details (this will help you decide the structure of your speech without any meandering)

 

Once you’re done jotting down your ideas and musings, highlight or underline the lines that you’d like to use in the body of your speech.

 

The moment you’re done identifying the main themes of your speech, you can start adding more depth to the same, by elaborating on each point as seen in the underlined words below. 

 

“As he got older, Craig was very fun to be around and was SO obsessed with playing pranks. We always played tricks on each other - I remember one New Year’s Eve, the little prankster told me that there was going to be a New Year party in a certain house in the neighborhood. 

 

So full of excitement, I walked in through the door the next day, quickly realized I’d been played (yet again), and quickly got out, only to be received with peals of laughter.

 

But despite his practical joker side, Craig has always been so passionate about the well-being of his family and loved ones - ever since he was young, he has always made sure that everyone has felt so special and loved through his immense attention and generosity.

 

At any point in time, he is there for others and his friends love being with him. He recently had a golden opportunity to pick up one of the many 250k jobs being offered to him but he didn’t take the easy road out because he didn’t want his friends to go through hard times. This is just testimony to how much he treasures their friendships.”

 

As you can see, the above passage evidences the son’s practical joker side as well as his compassionate nature - the anecdote attached to it provides further insight into what makes him kind, caring, and thoughtful.

 

Action Tip: A much easier way of stringing your thoughts together is to create an outline for your speech from his childhood until when he made up his mind to settle down with the bride.

 

So, please grab your pen and paper and provide memories along with these developmental milestones in his life.

How to write your mother of the groom toast

 

Childhood---what were the early years like and do you have fond memories about this time?

Growing up---what was the picture like exactly?

Teenage years----Mention things he took part in like scouting, sports, volunteerism, etc…

Adulthood---Mention his accomplishment in school and other things that come to mind.

Please note: If you are thinking of making a funny mother of the groom's speech, then you have to include hilarious anecdotes from his life.

 

After you have settled on what you want to go for, write answers to the questions above, and put all the stories together in a very rough draft. You can later edit by cutting out parts you really feel shouldn’t be part of your final speech.

 

You might keep doing that until you are okay with what you have done. 

 

Even though a big chunk of your speech will go towards paying homage to the bond your son and you share, it is also equally important to focus on welcoming the bride into your family with open arms.

 

If you don’t know where to start, the above exercise will come in handy for this bit as well. The most important part about this section is to showcase the positive attributes of your daughter-in-law, speak about how much she’s has changed your son’s life for the better, and what you admire or love about them.

 

Here’s a short example of that in action.

When Dan eventually came back home to complete high school, it was pretty obvious that he was totally smitten with Angela. But what was even more obvious was the calming effect she had on our son.

It was so evident that he had grown into a very responsible and thoughtful son.

 

Did you see that? Ok, that’s not all. Mention why you admire the bride and how she complements your son.

Having said that, you have to proceed to state why their marriage is special. 

 

Your son isn’t just marrying someone’s precious daughter, he’s starting out a whole new family with that special person he can’t live without out.

 

A key component of an emotional mother of the groom speech is to touch upon the wonderful bond that the couple has, and how their marriage brings you, in particular, joy.

 

Write about the first time you first heard about your son’s life partner, how it felt to meet her for the first time, your first memory of her, or even recollect a heartwarming incident that led you to believe that she was going to be the perfect match for your son.

 

“Ever since I can remember, it’s always been my fondest wish for my son to meet someone like you, Lani - when he told me about you, I could tell by the radiant look in his eyes that you meant the world to him. ‘’

 

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Now, let us examine…

 

How To Write The Closing Remarks Of Your Mother of The Groom Speech Toast

 

A memorable speech is made more memorable when its ending finishes on a strong yet sentimental note. While the conventional practice is to close it out with a classic toast, you can always switch it up by using one or more of the following ideas.

 

  • Quote a religious or a spiritual passage from a book that resonates with you. For example, if you are Christian, you can use a few bible verses to end it with a bang or close with a prayer.

 

Some of these verses include:

  1. James 1:17(King James Version) ‘’ Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows.’’
  1. Proverbs 3: 5-6(New International Version) ‘’ Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him and he will make your paths straight’’
  1. Ecclesiastes 4:9-10(New American Standard Bible) Two are better than one because they have a good reward for their toil. For if they fall, one will lift up his fellow. But woe to him who is alone when he falls and has not another to lift him up!” 

 

Galatians 5:22-23 (King James Version)  “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control; against such things, there is no law. And those who belong to Christ Jesus have crucified the flesh with its passions and desires.”

 

  • If you really want to wax poetic, then you can recite a few stanzas from a well-known poem or a touching poem about love or marriage or life like this one by Ann Gray

Love Listen

Let’s love, listen, take time
when time is all we have.
Let’s be unafraid to be kind,
learn to disregard the bad
if the good outweighs it daily.

Let’s make a gift of silence,
the day’s hushing into dark,
and when we hold each other
let’s always be astonished
we are where we want to be.

Let’s hope to age together,
but if we can’t, let’s promise now
to remember how we shone
when we were at our best,
when we were most ourselves.

….Or even this very beautiful poem by Louise Cuddon

I’ll Be There For You 

I’ll be there my darling, through thick and through thin

When your mind’s in a mess and your head’s in a spin

When your plane’s been delayed, and you’ve missed the last train.

When life is just threatening to drive you insane
When your thrilling whodunit has lost its last page
When somebody tells you, you’re looking your age
When your coffee’s too cool, and your wine is too warm
When the forecast said “Fine”, but you’re out in a storm
When your quick break hotel, turns into a slum

And your holiday photos show only your thumb
When you park for five minutes in a resident’s bay
And return to discover you’ve been towed away
When the jeans that you bought in hope or in haste
Just stick on your hips and don’t reach round your waist
When the food you most like brings you out in red rashes
When as soon as you boot up the bloody thing crashes

So my darling, my sweetheart, my dear…
When you break a rule, when you act the fool
When you’ve got the flu, when you’re in a stew
When you’re last in the queue, don’t feel blue’cause
I’m telling you, I’ll be there.

 

That's not all... 

  • You can also end it with some life advice that you would like to pass on to your son and new daughter-in-law as they embark on the journey of marriage together. This is illustrated below

 

‘’Craig and Lani, always remember that in your walk together it’s only selfless love  love that has brought you thus far; That is the cornerstone that will help you stand strong in good times and the bad.

 

So, always hold on to each other and be each other’s keeper because there’s nothing you can’t achieve if you value each other deeply. I feel honored to welcome Lani into our family with open arms - also, we’re looking forward to mini Crailanis soon enough! ‘’

 

God bless you both and we wish you the very best as you build your lives together.”

 

  • You may simply end with a couple of best wishes for the couple. Please see a couple of examples right below
  1. Congratulations to you on this happiest occasion! I am filled with so much pride to see you marrying the love of your life! I know that you two will go through your lives filling each other with so much happiness and endless love! God bless you both as you start your new and wonderful family.
  1. What a blessed day and what a blessed union. May you always have each other through good times and bad.

 

  • If all of the above won’t suit you, you can conclude by proposing a toast to the groom and bride

 

Mother of the groom wedding speech for son

If you follow these six quick steps and start way in advance, you’ll be well on your way to crafting a heartfelt, and funny mother of the groom's speech toast that will make your son, daughter-in-law, and your extended family so proud of you.

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.

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 in future weddings. I wish you the very best.''-  Claire, New Zealand

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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...

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  

 

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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 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 sons are still getting married and asking their moms to give speeches.

''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

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 son’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 son and daughter-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.  

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Father of The Groom Speech Or Toast: Time Tested Tips And Examples To Help You Write The Best Ever Wedding Toast For Your Son And Daughter-in-Law

 

Looking to write the best ever father of the groom's speech or toast for your son and daughter-in-law that will earn you the love, respect, and admiration of the wedding guests?

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Please don’t go anywhere…Just give me a couple of minutes and I will gladly share with you all the tips and ideas and examples that can help you write a heartfelt and memorable father of the groom's speech or toast.

 

From the moment your son came into your life, you’ve taken on multiple roles - the fierce protector, the wise teacher, the unyielding supporter, the prankster friend, the unwavering confidant, and so many more.

 

But as he prepares to start a new chapter in his life and build a family of his own, there is still one more important role that you (and only you) can play - sending him off on that journey with a great father of the groom speech on your son’s wedding day.

 

It’s okay if you don’t know what to say or even say it better because I know for sure that encapsulating 20 years of memories (or so) is going to be a challenging task to undertake.

 

That’s why I am here this afternoon to help you write a heartfelt father of the groom wedding speech or toast befitting your status as a responsible father of the groom, even if you are not good with words.  

Wedding speech toast for son and daughter-in-law

 

Here’s What Your Father Of The Groom Speech Toast Entails

A unique father of the groom speech should checkboxes on various levels.

It should celebrate your son, the bond you have with him and highlight his positive attributes while also being warm and welcoming for your daughter in law.

 

In addition, it can serve as a heartfelt nugget of advice and insight, from one married man to another who will be shortly entering those ranks.

 

I am not going to lie to you. The expectations are going to be at an all-time high particularly if you give your speech as the host at the wedding rehearsal dinner night.  

 

Most fathers go through this phase of panic when trying to put together a piece, and many of them think that good oratory or writing skills are definitively required to produce a great speech.

 

This is simply not true - while those could be an added advantage, a great speech is much more than technical delivery or fancy words; it’s all about the thought, the emotion, and the intent behind the same.

 

All you need are a few tips, ideas, examples, and a couple of pointers that will help you structure your thoughts and ideas into a touching tribute for your son and daughter-in-law!

 

For now, let’s consider this fair warning before we get ideas to help us create an outline for the content of your father of the groom wedding speech or toast.

 

  • Some fathers wing it. But you shouldn’t unless a eureka moment (you have a sudden bout of inspiration on the spot.)

 

Delivering a speech on the spot is quite arguably one of the toughest things to do - 98% of the time, only great public speakers can pull off something like that.

 

Keeping the flow, the emotion, and the continuity is also a challenge in itself - you could run out of steam, lose your momentum, or accidentally say something that isn’t in the best interests of the evening (which would put a dampener on the celebrations)

 

  • Some fathers copy and paste their information into templates found on the internet.

 

  • Others overthink it. You don’t have to do that. Similarly, overthinking your speech isn’t a good idea as well. You might end up overanalyzing everything you write, get nervous, sweaty, or develop anxiety.

 

For Starters: What Should The Father Of The Groom Say About His Son And Daughter-in-Law?

They say that babies don’t come with instructions and that’s true. But writing the best father of the groom speech does come with instructions or following proven guidelines.

 

When they are asked to say something by their sons, most fathers of the grooms don’t learn as much as they could about the writing process before they put their ideas and thoughts together.

 

What this means is that your father of the groom speech requires some preparation in advance to come up with an amazing wedding speech for your son and daughter-in-law.

 

Before you write your speech, you should first….

Look at the father of the groom's speech videos on youtube and elsewhere. There, you will find speech videos that can inspire the beginning and delivery of your speech. Besides, they are a rich source of practical ideas you ethically borrow for the content of your presentation.

 

Action Tip: We are going to watch two clips. So pick a piece of paper and jot down words, phrases, and examples that you feel you can work with. Thank you for making time to watch both clips.

 

Father of the groom speech video #1

 

 

Father of the groom speech video #2

 

 

Did you find anything worthy you wish to include in your speech? If so, please write it down because you will need it when you eventually put your thoughts together.

 

Well, we have a well-written speech here with us, and we will be examining every part of it in detail after we have seen a short but sweet speech in its entirety.  

 

Action Tip: Read the template below carefully and examine how well it is written.

 

Here you go:

A Short But Sweet Father Of The Groom Speech Example

 

Hello everyone. I’m Jeremy Fisher, Andrew’s dad, and now, Serena’s second dad as well.

 

As I look across this room, it gives me immense pleasure to celebrate this joyous occasion with friends and family who have loved, supported and encouraged Andrew and Serena through the years.

 

Maya and I would like to thank all of you for being here today - we’re grateful that you found a way to rejoice with us, even during these crazy times.

 

Andrew is my eldest son and the oldest of five brothers.

 

Standing here and celebrating his marriage takes me back many years to the moment where my heart first burst with joy - the first time I held my newborn son in my arms.

 

Even though I have experienced that same fierce fatherly joy four times over, it never gets old.

 

Andrew was a perennially happy, adventurous, and daring boy, an endless source of fun & laughter. Maya and I enjoyed watching him concoct these cute games that would entertain us for hours on end - when Andrew was 2 years old, he’d run into the room, model a boxing stance, yell, ‘Get my wife!’ and then take off like the wind, to look for the said wife. Thank God, his lovely bride has been found at last!

 

As a little boy, Andrew loved to play the piano in his own way. He’d play our electric keyboard with his little fingers over his head, pound out fistfuls of keys and scream in between the discordant notes.

 

Oh boy, I should have really known that loud music was in his future given that his music choices as a young adult had screamo rap written all over it!

 

As Andrew grew older, he was really into bobby traps. Once, I tied a rubber mallet to a rope and attached a secondary string tied to the lamp post on the sidewalk, then lodging it in the tree.

 

My genius son pushed his brother’s tricycle down the sidewalk into the string tied to the lamp post, sending the mallet swinging out of the tree and knocking the tricycle over!

 

But I would never forget what happened when he was a teenager. Andrew bugged me so much during one of his March breaks, that I banished him to the basement until lunch.

 

When he came up, he was looking pensive and informed me that there was some smoke in the basement and that he’d opened the windows to let it out (swearing that it wasn’t because of his old chemistry set).

 

It turned out that the furnace room was thick with grey smoke, so we opened the basement door to clear it out. Just about then, my elderly neighbor frantically called to inform me that there was a skunk that came from her backyard into mine.

 

Andrew overheard this, yelled out a plan of action (which involved a rocket launcher, detonators, and copper pipes), and took off to shoot the skunk through our front door, all before I could even process what he was doing. Naturally, the skunk retaliated by spraying the entire yard found an escape route but left all of us trapped in the aftermath of the smell.

 

Thankfully, we were in the middle of winter and the smell dissipated before we started using the yard regularly - Andrew still remembers this incident vividly and so do I (and for good reason).

 

In Grade 11, Andrew moved to London to work with our family friend, Mark, who’s also Serena’s dad - they did a great deal of traveling, looked at various types of construction, and even undertook some housing projects on a gratis basis. It turned out that this move was quite possibly the beginning of Serena and Andrew’s relationship, at least through my eyes.

 

When he came back home to complete high school, it was pretty obvious that Andrew was totally smitten with Serena.

 

After graduating from high school, Andrew moved to Montreal and worked for a construction company where he gained many valuable building and construction skills.

 

Now, he’s proficient in machine maintenance and also builds excellent container homes. He really loves what he does and his clients are full of praise and admiration for him and his services.

 

Andrew, I am so proud of your success and even prouder that you’ve grown into a very self-confident, godly, steadfast, persevering, gentle person with a fantastic sense of humor and it’s an honor to have a son like you and now, a very special daughter in law.

 

I absolutely love the fact that Serena is very caring, persevering, faithful, giving, fun to be around, talented, responsible, and helpful.

 

Serena, throughout the years, you’ve shown time and again that true love still exists and I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for sticking with Andrew through the thick and the thin. I am very confident that you will take wonderful care of my son and become a wonderful mom to your own children someday.

 

 

Let me add that a great marriage is not when the ‘perfect couple’ comes together. It is when an imperfect couple learns to enjoy their differences

 

Congratulations on your wedding and God bless you both. Cheers!

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Now, that we’ve read it, let’s break down the speech we are going to write into three parts: introduction, body, and an ending.

 

Funny father of the groom speech

 

First, let’s get a snippet of that father of the groom speech example so you can write a captivating introduction.

 

''Hello everyone. I’m Jeremy Fisher, Andrew’s dad and now, Serena’s second dad as well….Maya and I would like to thank all of you for being here today - we’re grateful that you found a way to rejoice with us, even during these crazy times ''

 

Now, let’s see how you can write your introduction the right way using that extract.

As you did see, the introductory remarks comprise of the following pointers:

 

  • Greeting the audience and thanking them for being present there (it is an important part of wedding speech etiquette)
  • Stating your name and your relationship with the groom or bride. Don’t fail to do this even if you have been introduced by the emcee or the speaker who spoke before you did
  • It can be followed by giving thanks to all the people who have contributed to shaping your son into a very responsible man over the years.

 

Such individuals may include:

  • His mom or your wife
  • His uncles and aunts
  • His paternal and maternal grandparents
  • His brothers and sisters
  • His best friends

Never ever start your presentation without acknowledging those around particularly those individuals as failure to do so is a breach of the wedding speech etiquette. Oh, I forgot to mention that you have to thank the parents of the bride for welcoming your son into their family if you are giving your speech at the wedding reception.

 

This becomes more paramount if you are making a speech at your son’s wedding rehearsal night as the attention will be on you.

 

Action Tip: Can you put down names of folks who have been a blessing in your son’s life from the very beginning till now that he is getting married?

 

We are not done yet. The opening remarks should set the tone for the rest of your speech too. Did you take notice of how Andrew evoked feelings of nostalgia about the birth of his son?

''Standing here and celebrating his marriage takes me back many years to the moment where my heart first burst with joy''

 

That is sure to hit home with the wedding guests. There are a couple of ways to bond with them even more and below are a few ideas:

 

  • You may start with a joke. For example, if you were arguing about who your son looked like when he was born you can mention this fact and make it hilarious.

 

Below is a funny father of the groom toast example based on that.

 

When our son was born, my wife and I spent countless arguing about who he looked like. A week after his arrival, we noticed that he looked more like his grandma.

 

So we called my mom and jokingly said: ''Alice, you should keep this baby because he’s more like your last child. Guess what? He looks just like you!''

Then, she said then do you mind if we nickname him ''Granny Alice''

 

Most of you tease him by calling him ‘’Granny Alice’’ and that’s actually how he earned the cool name.

 

  • You can start your speech with any of these quotes
  1. Falling in love consists merely in uncorking the imagination and bottling the common sense."
  2. "It is not how much we do, but how much love we put in the doing. It is not how much we give, but how much love we put in the giving."-- Mother Teresa 
  3. "A man in love is incomplete until he is married. Then he's finished."--Zsa Zsa Gabor
  4. "A heart that loves is always young."--- Greek Proverb

 

  • Have your son asked you to be his best man? Then the opening lines of your speech should state and tell him how honored you are for asking you to be his best man.

 

  • Again, you can share with the guests how you felt when he was born. If you had to endure a lot to have him, you can state it and your story will make your speech very touching and inspiring.

 

That reminds me of a man who said he felt like a deer trapped in car headlights at night when the doctors asked him to help him during delivery while the nurses were busily watching an important event on TV.

 

  • You can simply walk down memory lane by recounting how you felt when your wife walked down the aisle when you first got married.

 

  • Finally, if the wedding date ties with an important milestone in your son’s life like his birthday, you can proudly wish him a happy birthday to break the ice.

 

Action Tip:  Which of those tips do you wish to start your introductory remarks with? You may go back up and reflect on them. I wish you the very best as you pick the right option.

 

How to write a wedding speech for my son and daughhter-in-law

 

Now, Let’s See How To Write The Body Of Your Speech

This is the start of your story outline and it should continue from the ideas you have composed from the start of your speech.

 

Before you put the bits and pieces together, you first should pick a theme and style for your message.

 

Once a father asked me to write his speech for him and he chose to use the theme of seasons throughout.  Having spent these number of years with him, it’s only vital that you pick a theme that reflects who he is and back it up with a story or two. 

 

Of course, there’s nothing wrong if you want to use different themes but I have seen that will serve you well only if you want your speech to follow from his childhood through adulthood.

 

Having chosen your theme(s), you should pick a style you are comfortable with and not what you’ve seen other wedding speakers do successfully.

 

For example, if you are a naturally funny guy, then you might consider taking that route since it’s in your forte. If you have no amusing stories to tell about him, just stick to what actually played out in his life.

 

 

The trick here is to list as many stories as you can about him and pick out the ones you want to use.

 

If you are doing a joint parent of the groom's speech, you and your spouse can brainstorm together and come up with the right ideas.

 

The boy occupies the biggest chunk of your speech, so use these questions or guidelines to put together the storyline of content or an outline for your father of the groom toast:

 

  1. Do you remember what happened on the day of his birth and how you felt?
  1. How was your son like when he was a little boy? List down his admirable traits.
  1. Do you remember any funny or hilarious incidents involving your son?
  1. Has your son done anything sentimental or sweet for you or the family as a kid?
  1. Talk about your son’s teenage years and stories from that era.
  1. Mention his achievements, be it personal or professional.

 

If you think it’s obnoxious to brag about your kids, please stay off it. Many fathers talk about their feats and there’s nothing wrong with that. So I leave you to decide for yourself.

 

Action Tip: Scroll up this page and write down answers to those seven questions, Afterward, go back to read that example we saw for inspiration, and then write your first draft.

 

If you are giving a stepfather of the groom's speech, you may use portions of those queries. But make sure your presentation flows from when you first came into his life. 

 

If due to work or family estrangement or whatever, you happen to be a distant father of the groom who wasn’t particularly involved in his upbringing, you can overcome the guilt by sharing a piece of advice.

 

Additionally, you can use the moral lessons learned from a story you have read to say something about the marriage journey.

 

If you are still married to his mom, then the best way to make your speech very memorable and enjoyable is to give a joint parent of the groom's speech.  I have written a couple of them and you can tell from reading them that parenting gets sweeter and easier when the burden is shared.

 

By the way, if both the father and mother of the groom are going to speak in one speech, then the template below can serve as a guide.

 

Greetings, thank you, and self-introduction---father.

 

For instance: Good evening and thanks for coming. I am Eric and standing right by my side is my beautiful bride of 40 years… (pause)…Martha (wife mentions name)

 

Introduction---Wife talks about his birth

 

His childhood years---father of the groom says that

 

Growing up years--- the mother of the groom speech

 

Teenage years---both mother and father can speak in turns

 

Your impressions of the bride---let the mother speak her

 

Mention her beautiful qualities---let the groom’s father speak

 

Welcome her into the family---you should do this on behalf of your wife and the whole family

 

Pieces of advice---both father and mother can give pieces of advice separately

 

Well-wishes--- you may let the mother of the groom speak here

 

Toast--- You can end it with a toast

 

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Now, I would like to add one thing that most wedding speakers grapple with:

 

How Long The Father Of The Groom Speech Should Be

 

I almost always recommend delivering a short speech, based on our findings here at standing ovation speeches.

It always suffices if you want to give a simple, short, and sweet toast. However, there is nothing wrong with delivering a long speech.

 

I recently wrote a seven-minute for a mother who was worried about the length of her remarks saying she’s read that her speech shouldn’t go beyond five minutes.

Someway, somehow, I persuaded her to go with something long considering the fact any omission might take the joy out of an otherwise beautiful speech.

 

After the wedding, she wrote back saying that she received many warm compliments on it. Needless to say, it worked for her.

So, a long speech can work for you if your story is interesting. But you will have to introspect and see if you can hold the attention of your audience for a long time.

 

Your goal, as always, should be to get the wedding attendees to enjoy your tribute - if you feel that it is too much of an uphill task for you, please stick to something that won’t get on people’s nerves.

 

That reminds me of something that happens to most fathers as they write their wedding speeches for their sons: getting stuck in the process and that’s what we writers call writer's block.

 

Several factors can account for this. First, your mind can drift somewhere as you piece your thoughts together.

 

Solution: make sure you put your mind and heart into what you’re writing. Turn off your television or sound stereo system and your cell phone too if you should. As well as anything else that won’t make you distracted.

You could write early in the morning before sunrise or late in the night when the house is quiet. If not those times are not convenient, you can plug your ears with a headphone to keep out the noise in your environment.

 

Also, don’t edit as you write. Just pour your hearts out on paper and don’t be so worried about how your writing sounds or looks.

 

All great writers-including the ones you admire experience that. But you simply have to rewrite your father of the groom toast till it sparkles. Don’t worry too much about being a perfectionist either.

Fathers' wedding speech for the groom his son

However, if you get a sudden bout of inspiration; you just have to pour your heart out like a flowing stream. If you don’t have a paper and pen in handy, just speak into your phone’s voice recorder.

 

That brings us to the next point:

How To End Your Father Of The Groom Speech On A Memorable Note.

A great speech is like watching a dramatic TV episode. The story could be great, but if you don’t end on a strong note, the memorability factor will be so low.

 

A great ending to your toast is something that your son, your daughter in law and your guests will remember for years to come. Conventionally speaking, most wedding speeches end with toasting the bride and groom; but that isn’t the only way to wrap up a speech on a poignant note.

 

 

There are several other examples and I am happy to share some tried and tested methods with you.

 

  • If you are married and have been married for a long time, you can share some practical advice that has helped you in making your own marriage work.

 

You can see an example of this in action here.

I want the royal couple to know that it takes teamwork for marriage to work.

Sometimes, the pressures of life become so severe that it becomes hard to love your partner the way you want it but if you still work hard to keep the flames of romance and passion burning, there is no way they will give up on each other on this endless adventure.

 

  • If you love poems, you should use that. Find examples of touching love or marriage quotes below.

 

I carry your heart with me By Edward Estlin Cummings

I carry your heart with me(I carry it in my heart)I am never without it(anywhere I go you go, my dear; and whatever is done…

 

Dear and Loving Husband by Anne Bradstreet

 If ever two were one, then surely we. If ever man were lov'd by wife, then thee; If ever wife was happy in a man…

 

  • If you are very religious or a born-again Christian, there are many Bible verses that can lend an ethereal feel to the celebrations. You may use any of these Bible verses to enrich your message:

 

I Corinthians 13: 3-7 (The Message Bible Edition) 

3-7 If I give everything I own to the poor and even go to the stake to be burned as a martyr, but I don’t love, I’ve gotten nowhere. So, no matter what I say, what I believe, and what I do, I’m bankrupt without love.

Love never gives up.

Love cares more for others than for self.

Love doesn’t want what it doesn’t have.

Love doesn’t strut,

Doesn’t have a swelled head,

Doesn’t force itself on others,

Isn’t always “me first,”

Doesn’t fly off the handle,

Doesn’t keep score of the sins of others,

Doesn’t revel when others grovel,

Takes pleasure in the flowering of truth,

Puts up with anything,

Trusts God always,

Always looks for the best,

Never looks back,

But keeps going to the end.

 

Proverbs.18:22(NIV) He who finds a wife finds what is good and receives favor from the LORD

Proverbs.12:4(NIV) A wife of noble character is her husband's crown, but a disgraceful wife is like decay in his bones.

Proverbs 19:14(KJV) House and riches are the inheritance of fathers: and a prudent wife is from the LORD.

Ephesians 5:25 (KJV)  Husbands, love your wives, even as Christ also loved the church, and gave himself for it.

 

  • If you are a person who enjoys humor, you can end your speech with a funny line or a joke like this one:

“Ladies and gentlemen, someone once said that in the first years of marriage, the man speaks and the woman listens. In the second year, the woman speaks and the man listens. In the third year, they both speak and the neighbors listen.”

 

  • You may just offer your best wishes and end with a toast. Any of these one-liners can help you toast the bride and the groom.
  1. May your love life be one of the beautiful love stories ever told
  2. May the almighty God keep you in his safe arms and see you through those dark moments of your lives
  3. May you find real peace and contentment in the little things God provides for you and may you and your children live fulfilled lives

Father of the groom speech toast

There you have it dads - a classy and comprehensive guide to crafting a wonderful father of the groom's speech. P.S: Most dads do this...Have you 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?

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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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  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
  1. 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

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 sons 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 son’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 son and daughter-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 son’s 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 gold fish…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!