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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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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.  

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!