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How To Write The Perfect Groom Wedding Speech

Updated on November 12, 2015
Bride and Groom Wedding Speech
Bride and Groom Wedding Speech

Planning the Perfect Bride and Groom Wedding Speech

Writing the perfect bride and groom wedding speech takes a little planning, a little creativity and a few good stories.

Whether you are working on the bride or groom's wedding speech or even the father of the groom wedding speech, making sure your stories match up and don't end up being a repeat of each other is very important.

It's not really necessary for the bride and groom to give separate speeches or maybe only one of you will give the speech or better yet you may want to give your bride and groom wedding speech together.

This is a very important part of the wedding that should be one of the first steps to planning not only the perfect wedding but also the perfect groom wedding speech.

Your Groom Wedding Speech is also a great item to add to your Wedding Time Capsule.

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Groom Wedding Speech-Funny
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Groom Wedding Speech-Saying the right words at the right time

Ideas for the Perfect Groom Wedding Speech

Here are a few ideas to get you started on your perfect wedding speech (or speeches.)

  • Option one-Cover different topics
  • Option two- Both talk about how you met– but how you each remember it

Either option will make for an exciting, heartwarming bride and/or groom wedding speech that will leave everyone talking for years to come.

Some believe its more fun to keep your wedding speeches private until the wedding day and while that can be true, it could also be disastrous. Not the impression you want to leave with your guests and not how you want to start your journey of life together either.

Sometimes the stories or the ideas don't just flow when you start talking about what you want to say. That's okay there are hundreds of examples of the perfect groom wedding speech to look at that will help you jump-start yours.

Besides adding your groom wedding speech, check this out to find other great ideas for your Wedding Time Capsule.

Groom Wedding Speech Example
Groom Wedding Speech Example

Finding Examples of The Perfect Groom Wedding Speech

Now once you start looking at examples of wedding speeches, you still want to make it unique, make it your own.

The great thing about many groom wedding speech examples is that they are designed to let you fill in the blanks and still create a totally unique wedding speech.

This can be done fairly easily because the examples usually have a setup and layout that prompt you on things to say about the following points:

• Anyone you should thank
• Stories you might tell
• How your big day makes you feel
• Funny Groom Wedding jokes
• Reasons you fell in love
• Ways to get your guests involved in your wedding speech

These are just a few of what I found to be the most important points of a groom wedding speech to make it successful. Another thing you want to remember is stay focused on your story so your guests do not get bored, don't make it too short or too long.

Having a good rough layout of the wedding speech is one way to avoid these issues. If you are still unsure and want more tips on writing the perfect Groom Wedding Speech, click here for a step-by-step guide helping you create your perfect Bride and/or Groom Wedding Speech.

The most important thing to remember about your wedding day is the love you have for your bride, and how wonderful it is to have friends and family to share your beautiful day with.

So regardless of how nervous you may be in the beginning, with a little planning you can give the Perfect Groom Wedding Speech.

Did You Write Your Groom Wedding Speech?

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    • Shannon Paigah profile image

      Shannon Paigah 

      6 years ago from Irvine, CA

      Nice hub! I think most people are afraid of giving speeches so these tips are very useful. ~ And I'll emphasize practicing your delivery by standing in front of the mirror or video taping yourself, or both.

    • MyMastiffPuppies profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago


      I realize this info could work for just about anyone in the wedding party. I am not good at speeches, so any ideas are a plus for me. I attended my cousin's wedding earlier this year and it was so beautiful, they both spoke together and it was just one of those moments that made you feel good. I hope someone can use these tips.

    • akirchner profile image

      Audrey Kirchner 

      8 years ago from Washington

      Cool hub and good ideas! I would hate to have to give a speech at all but think if I did, I could manage it with a few of your ideas! Even if I wasn't giving a groom wedding speech, many parts apply!


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