Directions: Print a copy of the Funny Wedding Speech Plan. Write the answers below. Also refer to the tips as the big day approaches.
This will help you get a good feel for whether you should include certain jokes in your wedding speech.
Funny Jokes, Stories,etc.
List a short name that will help you remember each item quickly:
Answer ALL 3 questions below for each joke that you plan to use:
1. Is the joke funny?
Try it out on several people.
If the answer is Yes, move on to the next question. If the answer is No, cross it off the above list and don't use this joke in your speech.
2. Does the joke make fun of anybody else besides yourself?
If the answer is Yes, cross it off the above list and don't use this joke in your speech. If the answer is No, move on to the final question
3. Does this joke relate to your speech?
If the answer is Yes, it is safe to use the joke. If the answer is No, cross it off the above list and don't use this joke in your speech.
For those jokes that passed the test, keep them listed on this Funny Wedding Speech Plan.
Be sure to include the passing jokes when you brainstorm your speech, with the help of the Speech Writing Page.
Remember to practice delivering the joke a few times (as you would practice delivering your speech).
For more help, visit the Funny Wedding Speech Page.
Where should you go from here?
If you want to complement your speech with a special touch, but don't know what to add, scan the Wedding Poem Guide for some ideas.
visit the Supporting Materials Page as well as the Speech Outline Page. These will help you to quickly organize your speech.
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