How To Write A Good Wedding Speech or Toast

Questions to Ask Yourself When Writing a Wedding Speech or Toast

Wondering how to write a good wedding speech or toast? Start by asking yourself these simple questions and use the answers to begin to build your speech template.

  • How long have you known the Bride and Groom? How did you meet?
  • How did the Bride and Groom meet?
  • How did the Groom propose and what was the Bride’s reaction?
  • How long has the Bride and Groom been together?
  • What are the Bride and Groom’s mutual interests and hobbies?
  • What 5 words come to mind when you think of the bride and the Groom?
  • What is the funniest thing that happened to the Groom while Bride was present?
  • What is the funniest thing that happened to the Groom (or Bride) while you were present?
  • What would you like the future to hold for the Bride and Groom?

Wedding Speech Guides

Don’t forget to check out our Ultimate Guide to Wedding SpeechesSee example groom speeches here.

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    Great speech pointers. It’s crucial to write a good speech. I personally believe that it should be short, sweet and also funny. Trust me, you don’t want to give a boring speech to hundreds of guests. And please avoid mentioning anything too personal. For my best friend’s wedding, we made a video which included a lot of images, a little drama and speech of closest buddies. It was fun.

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