Weddings are the auspicious occasions for both the couple's and wedding ceremony speeches are the rituals, which is customary on such occasions. The speeches are delivered by either couple or by the parents of the couple.
Giving wedding ceremony speeches can be nerve wrecking for many people. Wedding day being such an important event, involves tension and at the time public speaking is one of the top most fear for many.
If you are a part of the special day and are expected to deliver a wedding speech, here are some of the tips which can be used easily regardless of, the groom, the bride, the father of the groom and bride or the best man.
You must mention those guests, who could not be able to attend your guests due to illness or some prior appointments. You can make a note of how much you miss them. Remember that a wedding day is a day of being happy and cheerful. So whatever circumstances you undergo, you should not say anything that might hurt the sentiments of your loved ones.
Speech for the Bride and the Groom
The bride should present a speech that reflects her great love for the man she is going to marry and her intense hope for their future together. She should share stories and jokes that demonstrate the exquisite and brilliant nature of their romance, and announce her passion to audience.
The groom usually speaks next to bride and he replies on behalf of himself and the bride. This is the opportunity for the groom to thank the bride's parents and relatives. He will also show his gratitude and express thanks to his family members for all the support they have given him over the years till today. It's usually considered a moving moment between father and his son. At this time he will usually thank all the guests for coming, may be individually out a few people and thanking every one for their gifts and presents.
All in all, write a short and simple speech and deliver it fairly with full confidence, without causing any embarrassments. Take the help of above suggestions and make your wedding day interesting and meaningful.