How to do a great father of the groom wedding speech
While you don’t want to spoil the magic of the day and write all your wedding speeches together, it is nice to at least have a general ‘theme’ so that all the wedding party speeches work as one.
Deciding on Who Says What
When it comes to any kind of speech, whether the grooms wedding speeches or the father of groom wedding speech, it can help to make sure that each speech is original and not just a repeat of what the other speakers have already said. This is why discussing bride and groom wedding speech ideas with your other son and soon to be daughter in law is a good idea.
Not all bride and grooms will do separate speeches. I have been to many weddings where only the groom has given a speech, and some where they even spoke together! But knowing these little details will mean you are better prepared and everything flows smoothly.
Coming Up With the Perfect Speeches
It is often beneficial to speak to others in the bridal party about their speeches. Chances are that you will have a few of the same ideas, such as telling stories of how when the bride and groom first met, or when they announced that they were going to get married.
One option is to decide to cover different topics. Another option is to both cover the same areas, but from different points of view. This can make for exciting, funny, yet still poignant wedding speeches that the guests will love!
Finding father of the groom wedding speech ideas together isn’t always ideal, but I think sharing some ideas – while still keeping the speeches private until the big day – can really be an inspiration for all involved. Better still, check out some speech examples to really help your speech be what you want it to be!