All Posts Tagged: Speeches

How to Overcome Wedding Speech Nerves

How to Overcome Wedding Speech Nerves

It’s never easy standing in front of a crowd, but if you have a fear of public speaking the thought of making a wedding speech could send you into a panic.

Gay Wedding Speeches

Gay Wedding Speeches

Although there’s no big difference in how to approach gay wedding speeches, that doesn’t mean the rest is easy.

Reducing Wedding Speech Stress

Reducing Wedding Speech Stress

Having to write a wedding speech may leave you feeling stressed – you want your speech to be remembered for all the right reasons!

Mother of the Bride Speech Tips

Mother of the Bride Speech Tips

These tips will help you give a memorable mother of the bride speech. How you apply them will depend on your reason for speaking in the first place.

Using Slides in a Wedding Speech

Using Slides in a Wedding Speech

Slides are a bit like a drug. Prescribed correctly and in small doses they can work miracles. Abused and, at best, they induce narcolepsy.

Early Wedding Speech Preparation Tips

Early Wedding Speech Preparation Tips

The worst speeches are written in a rush. Start your wedding speech preparation early to maximise your chances of hitting the ground running on the day itself.

Writing a Joint Best Man Speech

Writing a Joint Best Man Speech

Having two best men doesn’t necessarily make the speech any easier. Here’s how to make your joint best man speech one to remember for all the right reasons.

Best Man Speech Tips

Best Man Speech Tips

These best man speech tips will ensure you have the entire reception laughing hysterically, help you embarrass the groom, and impress those single bridesmaids.

Civil Partnership Speeches

Civil Partnership Speeches

With civil partnership speeches it’s up to you and your partner to decide if one or both of you will speak, and the order of the speeches.

Father of the Bride Speech Tips

Father of the Bride Speech Tips

These tips should help you create a cracking father of the bride speech and ensure you have a proud and happy daughter at the end of it.

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