How to Write a Groom Speech in 6 Steps - The Groom Speech Simplified

In this article (actually a t-by-step Groom speech guideline) what I am going to do is break apart the entire groom speech and present it in a simplified manner. The sole purpose of this post, as always, is to make the groom speech creation easier for you.

A funny joke for the introduction - Begin your groom speech on a humorous note
"Marriage is not a word. It's a sentence... a life sentence!"

"A successful man is one who makes more money than his wife can spend. A successful woman is one who can find such a man."

"Just think, if it weren't for marriage, men would go through life thinking they had no faults at all."
List of people you want to thank in your groom speech
  • Include your family, the bride's parents, and members of the wedding party.
List of people your wife wants to thank
  • You are thanking people on behalf of your wife as well, let her double check your list and add anyone else that she feels deserves a personal thank you.
Your thank you to your wife - Most probably the most important part of your groom speech
  • Thank her for coming into your life and making you a better person. Share with the audience how you have changed for the better and how she has made you more driven to succeed.
Memories of you and your wife you would want to include in your groom speech
  • Here you can include a romantic evening you took her out, the engagement story, how you first met, or even just that one night when she was more beautiful than ever.
Loving quote or saying as the ending

Here is a perfect example:

"Joseph Addison once said, "Three grand essential to happiness in this life are something to do, something to love, and something to hope for." With --- we will always have something to do, we will always love one another, and we share our dreams and goals together to hope for."

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