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Father of the Bride Speech Etiquette Tips

Father of the Bride Speech Etiquette Tips

When it comes to a wedding speech, there are some etiquette tips that you want to do in order to pull off the wedding speech perfectly. By following these tips you can ensure yourself to ahead of the game.

Speaking from experience, the speech usually tends to follow the energy and mold of the father of the bride, so it is important that your speech is excellent and well put together. We are going to give you some nice tips that you should do in order to succeed and have an awesome speech!

General Etiquette
We are just going to give you some general tips on what your speech should be like. By learning these small little tips, you can ensure that you have an excellent speech.

First of all, you want to make sure that your speech is short and sweet; making sure that it is absolutely heartfelt. By doing this, you can absolutely ensure one thing, and one thing only. You can make sure that everyone in the crowd loves it!

Just try coming from the heart and make sure the speech is between 6-10 minutes. This is to so that it will not be too short and forgettable, and too long and boring.

What You Should Address During the Wedding
Okay, so let's go over some of the things that you should address during the wedding. You should address the fact that you have a great son in law, but most of all address that you have a great daughter.

Talk briefly about the childhood memories, the witness of her moving up in life, mention how this relationship has helped her grow as a person and how it can help her in the future. You want to have some funny times of you and your daughter growing up as well.

Also address the groom, talk about his great accomplishments, accomplishes, why you are proud of him of being a groom, and welcome them into the family. You should have some closing lines and that's it.

Of course there's more to it, but this is a basic guideline in order to succeed!

Source by Noel Ephrite

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