Groom Speech - what to deliver and how

A successful Groom Speech should include a little bit more than what normally is consider being enough, before culminating in toasts to the bridesmaids, parent and his new wife. A smart groom will make up for his lack of experience by seeking help on what to deliver and how to deliver. After all, most men hope to make only one groom’s speech ever. The bridegroom's speech is one of the most significant public speaking occasions in his life. Experienced help with getting it right need not be expensive, and is readily available.

The groom's wedding speech is often the second speech (after the father of the bride) to be made. Here is a comprehensive guideline on how to compose a classic Groom Speech. I hope you are going to like it.

  • You can begin your Groom Speech, like any other occasion, by thanking the previous speaker. Generally it's the father of the bride.
  • Welcome and greet all the guests. Thank them for attending the ceremony and for the wedding gifts they have brought along.
  • Thank the parents of the bride for everything they have done to raise their beautiful daughter and for accepting you as a part of their family.
  • Thank your parents for the love and support they have given you over the years. Share a couple of pleasant memories you shared with your parents.
  • Now thank the people who assisted you with the planning and preparations of the wedding ceremony and the reception. Here you could be general or specific, or may be the combination of two. Just make sure no one is hurt.
  • But make sure that your Groom Speech doesn’t become an unnecessary long list of “Thank You-s”. Thank only those who deserves. You may not say thanks to the commercial suppliers here in your wedding speech. Still if you can’t avoid reading out a long list, put on your thinking cap and be a little humorous. Add a line or two (even some quotes) in between. This will do the trick and keep the audience interested.
  • Now it’s time to compliment and praise your bride. Turn to her and say something that will make her smile and feel proud. And congratulations, you have already reached the half way mark of your Groom Speech.
  • Don’t forget to say thanks to the younger attendants for participating in the wedding. You know the ring bearer, the flower girl and so on.
  • Thank the groomsmen for their support.
  • Now that you are almost done with your Groom Speech, it’s time to thank the Best Man. Thank the Best Man. You can mention a couple of funny moments you shared together.
  • Finally, thank Bridesmaids who have helped your wife through the day. Comment on their charm & beauty - not too much, though, as you may make your new wife jealous!
  • At this point you may introduce the best man and welcome him to deliver his best man's speech.
  • And why not honour your groomsmen asking them to deliver a short crisp Groomsmen's Speech.

Again, to deliver like a true maestro, I recommend Groom Speech. It will not help you but literally get you prepared.

By the way if you haven't yet seen my Groom Speech video, scroll down and watch it.

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Groom Speech - you can deliver it

It was only a month ago when I was browsing the internet for a perfect ready made Groom Speech.

My friend Andrew was getting married and asked me to help him prepare a smashing Groom Speech to be delivered on his wedding day.

While I was browsing through all kinds of wedding speech websites, I happened to stumble upon something very interesting. It was a blog from UK ( or it might be Australia or Canada - I don't exactly remember) about wedding speeches.

A young man of 26 is getting married very soon. and here is what he has to say -

“In about three weeks from now I'm going to get married and all of a sudden it dawned on me that I yet to even begun to think about my groom speech.

Having been invited to attend so many weddings, I do know most of what I have to deliver on that huge day. Thanking the bride's family, complimenting the bride, saying something like why I love her and then finally propose a toast to the maids of the bride and the best man I think present there. Not a big deal. But then again, why I'm getting nervous.

I'm far fro what you call to be a serious guy to be honest, so it might sound a bit weird me being serious for the whole speech. At the same time I can't make it sound funny altogether. You know, it just can’t be ignored any more. I need, I don’t know, may be a sample groom speech or some cool tips on how to deliver a perfect groom speech.

It's not that I'm not overly sweating it, but I can’t just stop worrying about it. It's always there at the back of my mind.”

Congratulations, if your are also getting married soon. Hope you are not in the same situation as our young friend above. If yes, you need to get prepared with your groom speech now. As simple as that. Practice will give you confidence and eventually help you deliver a perfect, memorable and great Groom Speech.

It's important what you deliver, but it's more important how you deliver. Groom Speeches are available for free all over the internet, loads of them actually. But it takes a lot more than that to make a impression, or should I say impact. The style, the approach and above all the attitude - that will make a difference.

Here's my two cents. Be original, be yourself, but also be sincere in your approach, and mean what you say. You can also be a little funny, it's perfectly alright but don't ever try over doing it. It is a special moment for both of you and your bride. It's also a very emotional moment for the bride's parents as they have to say good bye to their beloved daughter and going to miss her company of which they were so used to for so many years. And your parents know that you are a man who's entering a new life with new responsibilities. Please don't say anything that might hurt their feelings, or it may come back to haunt you in days to come.

And remember you have to pick the best man for the 'Best Man Speech'. It can get tricky sometimes. A good Groom Speech will automatically lead to a great Best Man's speech.

Groom Speech

It's one of the most important day in your life. It's your wedding day. And your "Groom Speech" is an important part of the ceremony. As the bride groom, you are expected to answer to other's delivered speeches and deliver your own Groom Speech to your lovely new bride, along with a toast to the gorgeous maid of honor and the beautiful bridesmaids. You know it very well that you are one of the two most important people of the day, and all eyes will be on you with full expectations. You have about only five minutes to thank everyone, make a good impression, and leave people smiling. Boy, is that scary? No, not at all. If you prepare well. Ask your dad.

However, for you alone, the groom speech is not among the major responsibilities of the day nor it is a priority. So, it perfectly makes sense to leave everything to an an expert and keep yourself worry-free to concentrate more on the ceremony itself. There are quite a few resources available on groom speech along with other wedding speeches on the internet. For example, check out this mega pack of Groom Speech specialties which promises guaranteed results.

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