May I help you with your wedding speech?
You have been asked by the bride or groom to deliver a speech.
At first, you were excited. But, then you started to feel unsettled. Now, this might not look so good to you.
Relax. You've come to the right place for help with your speech.
Let's start by watching an outstanding example of a wedding speech.
Scotty spoke at the wedding of Leli and Danny(Scotty's twin brother). We'll talk about the strengths of this speech shortly.
Best Man Toast. www.youtube.com
This speech has plenty of strengths:
+Scotty begins by introducing himself as The Best Man. He also jokes about the amount of time that he knew his twin brother, Danny.
+Scotty recognizes the bride's parents as well as his mother. Plus, he thanks the guests for attending the wedding.
+Well organized- Three main points: Leli's positive qualities, Scotty and Danny's relationship, and Danny's positive qualities.
+At the 5:00 mark, Scotty concludes his speech with a brief toast.
+Terrific Eye Contact- Scotty never needs to read any notes. He makes constant eye contact with the audience.
+Excellent Vocal Variety- Scotty speaks in a conversational tone, not a monotone voice. Scotty also pauses to gather his thoughts.
The goal of weddingspeechdepartmen.com is to help you create and deliver a Wedding Speech that would make everybody proud.
You probably have some concerns.
Hi. I'm Rick Lindner. As an Associate Professor of Communication at Georgia State University, I have helped people with these concerns since 1993.
Wedding toasts and speeches should be happy and fun. They should NOT feel stressful.
You'll speak to an audience that is excited to be there and wants to see you speak well. In Public Speaking terms, this is about as good as it gets!
In that spirit, weddingspeechdepartment.com coaches you every step of the way from creating a talk that is YOU, to controlling your nervousness, to delivering a toast or speech that can make you shine--all while having some fun along the way.
Each section of the website is designed to give simple pointers that are specifically geared towards your speech.
Where should you go from here?
The Page listings begin with the types of wedding speeches.
Next, the areas listed are steps for creating and delivering your speech.
If you want to go from start to finish, view all of these pages in order. If you prefer, you can just look over the specific areas that would be most helpful to you.
The website later lists some additional tips that will be extremely helpful to you as the wedding approaches.
Start by clicking on the type of speech that you will give or speaking areas that you want to visit. I will be right there by your side.
Latest Tips See the latest Wedding Speech Tips.
Perfect Wedding Speech Get Your Copy of The Perfect Wedding Speech Report
Maid of Honor Speech Your Maid of Honor Speech can be said as a heart-felt message and connect with the audience. See how to create and give a memorable speech. Feel confident as you deliver your speech.
Best Man Speech See how to create and deliver an outstanding Best Man Speech. Hear what you should and should not say. Feel great about this speech.
Father of the Bride Speech See how to craft and give a memorable Father of the Bride Speech. Hear how to give a sentimental but not "mushy" talk.. Feel proud, not nervous.
Father of the Groom Speech Hear how to give a father of the groom speech that makes the groom feel proud, not embarrassed. See this page now.
Impromptu Speech Feel like you'll have to give an impromptu speech? See this guide and learn to speak on the spot. Hear some ways to be ready.
Marriage Proposal Ideas Looking for good Marriage Proposal Ideas? See wedding proposals with terrific results. Hear the heartfelt words that made their marriage proposals really special.
Control Your Speech Anxiety Feel nervous about your speech? Hear how you can easily control speech anxiety. See how to use this energy to your advantage.
4 Fatal Speaking Mistakes See what fatal speaking mistakes you should avoid. Hear what you should not do. Beware--these mistakes could make your speech fall apart
Audience Analysis What should you say and not say? Get a feel for the audience. See how audience analysis can save your speech.
Funny Wedding Speech Feel like giving a funny wedding speech? Before you decide, hear the do's and don'ts. See this guide to find out if your jokes pass the test.
Wedding Poems Want to add a nice touch to your wedding speech? See the Wedding Poems Guide. Hear how to create and recite your poem.
Supporting Materials Feel like you'll lose your audience? This guide will show you how supporting materials turn good speeches into terrific speeches. Hear how easy it can be
How to use Visual Aids Using Visual Aids? Look over this guide. Hear how to get the results you want. Have the right feel for your visual aids,
Speech Outline Does an easy speech sound good to you? See a simple speech outline for your speech. Feel confident
Sample Wedding Speech In a hurry? Just need to see a sample wedding speech? View this page now
Quick Speech Writing Want to see how easy speech writing can be? Get your hands on this guide. Hear how quick it is. Feel great about your speech in no time.
Speech Delivery Does speech delivery sound scary? Get a feel for how to connect with your audience. See some easy tricks of the trade to impress the guests.
How to Practice Your Speech Do you feel that it's a waste of time to practice your Speech? See how a little practice can make a huge difference. Hear some simple and powerful tips.
Speech Checklist The Speech Checklist shows the best speaking tips and last minute instructions in one place.
Travel Tips Does an easy trip to the wedding sound good? See these travel tips, avoid headaches
Frequently Asked Questions Have Questions? See the Frequently Asked Questions Page for answers to the questions that I hear the most.
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