5 Things You Shouldn't Be Doing To Give A Perfect Groom Speech

Why the heck a groom speech is easier than most other wedding speeches? Well, the answer is the groom has to take care of a lot of other duties and responsibilities and could be easily overwhelmed. Just kidding . . . but it is true that groom speeches are simple in character unless a groom decides to make his speech complex.

I have covered almost everything a groom would like me to post here in this blog. So, I thought this time I would post 5 things that you should not do while preparing, rehearsing and finally delivering your groom speech. I will try to keep it short, don't worry.

First, do not procrastinate a bit. If you haven't already, simply start by jotting down the ideas you get from here or anywhere else on the internet on a piece of paper.

Secondly, try not to read from that typical card the wedding speakers pull out from the waist coat pocket. You can of course remember the names in your thank you list, can't you? What if you forget? Just look around while giving you speech . . . most of them should be present at the wedding reception and in front of you.

Thirdly, do not forget to interact with the groomsmen especially the best man and discuss so that you can co-ordinate in a better way which is so important to make not only your groom's wedding speech but the whole wedding reception party a huge success.

Next, never include embarrassing stuffs in your groom speech. Stay away from controversial topics like mentioning the bride's ex-boyfriends name or how you used to dislike Daniel, the brother of the bride . . . you got the idea.

Finally, do not try not to rehearse or practice your speech several times expecting to give an extempore speech. It could spoil the party for you.

So, that's it for this post. You can get more tips and ideas on groom speeches here.

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