Five Things To Avoid In Your Wedding Speech As A Groom

The wedding day is the most beautiful and memorable day in the lives of a countless number of people. It is a special occasion that marks the union of two people who are in love and ready to spend the rest of their lives together. It is where most relationships are headed. Finding that special individual who you are destined to be with is a big deal.

The day is filled with several practices that have been done time and time again. They are still practiced because of their significance and are done all across the globe. Most people expect you as the groom to make a speech at your wedding. Most grooms dread the thought of doing it. The good thing is that if you prepare early and avoid some things in your speech you will be okay.

1. Do not swear in your speech. Respect the people in the audience which includes both your parents, and their extended families. All the individuals are keenly listening to what you are saying. Use language that is appropriate and clean. You do not want to offend anyone by using salty language. Telling adult jokes may not also be appropriate for the elderly and children. They may not appreciate the humor.

2. Avoid mumbling and rambling in your wedding speech. Remember that you are going to be talking about your bride and your future. Stick to things that matter. Be straightforward and clear. This is the person you are in love with. It does not mean that you should stick to a script but say what matters most and that you want everyone around to hear.

3. Keep the speech short.  It is good to be brief. A minute or two is enough to give a good speech. If a speech is too long the chances of the guests attention wandering is extremely high.

4. Avoid mentioning past relationships. Do not talk about your ex-girlfriends. You should keep this information to yourself. Focus on the future rather than the past. Your bride will not feel comfortable or appreciate hearing about your past relationships.

5. Do not tell embarrassing stories from the past. Your wedding speech should be lighthearted but sweet. You may intend for a story to be funny but it may end up being humiliating. This is not a good day to gamble. Stick to stories that will maintain the mood of this special occasion.