Argueably, the Groom's speech is probably the most important one of the day. Traditionally following the Father of the Bride's speech, this is the Groom's opportunity to make his mark. Although in the past the Bride's parents would normally be the hosts - and the Groom would thank them as part of his speech, today this is not necessarily the case. Even so, he should still thank them for making him feel welcome into their family. Naturally, he should promise to take good care of their precious daughter!
On top of this, the Groom should be thanking his own parents, key guests, the Best Man and ushers. Oh, and compliment the Bridesmaids. No pressure, then.
So, if you want to make the right impression, but writing your speech is not your forte, this is where Wedding Speech Writers come into their own. Just let us know the sort of things you want to say. Tell us about your Bride and her family. The important things - how you met, what made you fall in love with her. Tell us some funny things that have made you both laugh. We can then craft this into a speech that will do you proud.
If you want to follow with tradition, the Groom's speech is followed by the Best Man's speech. Make sure you have been nice to him, so that he doesn't get chance to wreak his revenge on you! This is a happy occasion. Don't risk spoiling it by any inappropriate comments from your now previous batchelor days.
You've decided you want us to write your speech. First of all, please complete our contact form. We will then get back to you to discuss your exact requirements. No two people are the same. No two weddings are the same. And definitely no two wedding speeches are the same. We will find out exactly what you want and tailor our service accordingly. We are happy to edit your speech (if you would rather write it yourself), or we will write your speech from your own notes. If you want coaching on how to deliver your speech we can do that too. It's your special day, and we want to make sure that you can enjoy it the best you can.