Wedding anniversaries are special events in the conjugal lives of the couples. From the time when couples are pronounced man and wife, every day new discoveries are made and the holy union strengthened.
The sister-of-the-bride is not required to give a speech, unless she is the maid of honor. But many sisters do choose to give speeches because they are so happy for their sisters on their big day!
As the Maid of Honor, it is your job to make sure the bride has "something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue"... but do you have a toast to the Bride and Groom?
Giving a speech after 50 years of marriage seems like it'd be easy, but expressing your emotions after fifty years does not always get easier.
Writing a eulogy speech for someone special is very difficult. The most often dished out advice is to “just be yourself” and express your emotions in your own personal way. However..
Eulogy is a speech given at commemoration services as a tribute to the deceased. In Greek word eulogy is a combination of nouns, good and praise and to put it simply it means to speak well of the one who has passed away.
If you're one of those people who suddenly feel tongue-tied when you stand up in front of a crowd, the thought of giving a wedding toast probably sends a stab of fear into your heart.