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Wedding Speeches for the best man, the bridegroom, and the father of
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Three wedding speeches are traditional: the
father of the bride speech, the
and the best
man speech. Other speeches are sometimes also given, but these three
are normally expected.
The order of the speeches
bride's father's speech includes a toast to the bride and groom.
bridegroom's speech responds to the father of the bride's speech,
and includes a toast to the bridesmaids.
- The best
man's speech is a response on behalf of the bridesmaids, and should
be lighthearted and humorous.
More information about toasts and speeches at the wedding reception.
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There are three generally accepted speeches usual to a wedding reception they
are, bride's father's speech, the bridegroom's speech and lastly the best man's
speech. No further speeches are required although other speeches are
permissible; it is not unusual for example for the bridegroom's father to give a
short speech of thanks to the host and hostess for the occasion, or the bride to
have a "best woman" give a speech.
The brides father should be called upon by the toastmaster (or the best
man) to propose a toast of 'health and happiness to the bride and bridegroom'.
Before doing so he would normally welcome the grooms parents, relatives of both
families any other guests and welcome the groom to his family and say a few
words about his daughter.
The bridegroom replies on behalf of himself and his bride, taking the
opportunity to thank his parents for there love and care during his youth, for
the start they gave him in life, and for their good wishes for his future and
that of his wife. He will also take this opportunity on behalf of his wife and
himself to thank all those present for their gifts.
Should there be any close members of the family who could not attend the
wedding because of illness, they should be mentioned and be wished for a speedy
To conclude, the bridegroom will propose the toast of the bridesmaids, and
thank them for a job well done, he may also present them with a small gift as a
token of their appreciation.
It is the best man's duty to respond to this toast on behalf of the bridesmaids,
his speech should be light hearted and fun. It should be the high spot of the
reception and it is very often his ability to make this particular speech, with
humour and interest, that is the deciding chapter on the selection of the best
man. (no pressure then!)
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Why does anyone want to make a wedding
speech? Making a speech at a wedding is tradition. This is your opportunity
to complement the couple and let them know how much you appreciate them.
Speeches and toasts are normally combined
at weddings. You can usually have a toast or a speech at public or business
functions, but at weddings they are almost always combined.
The first speech is usually given by the
Brides' father or an old family friend and ends with the proposal of a toast
to the health of the bride and groom. The second speech is given as a reply
to the first by the groom and concluded with a proposal of a toast to the
bridesmaids. The Bestman then replies on behalf of the bridesmaids, and
will conclude his speech by proposing a toast to the parents of the bride