Welcome to my blog about Wedding Speeches for the Groom's Mother

I started this blog because I wanted to help other women like me, whose son will get married soon, to prepare a great speech for his wedding

03 September 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Important Ideas in giving mother of toast speech

Mother of the groom speechAll wedding speeches are meant for giving good wishes to groom or bride. In other words, a wedding speech or toast is a special message given by some family members and friends. If your aim is to get a standing ovation from your guests and make the wedding ceremony of your son that extra extraordinary, then you will have to work on it. Mother of the groom speech is one of the primary responsibilities. It has to be ready before-hand with all the stunning details that sons deserve to hear from his mother. It is the day which both mother and son reconcile throughout their life as mother gives best speech for his loving son in front of viewers. Keeping your speech short is an idyllic type of public speaking you need to deliver.

Most mothers of the groom toasts should be divided into three main divisions. These divisions are the introduction, the body and the conclusion.

Introduction:

You are expected to welcome and thank everybody for attending weeding party. This part is very important as you initiate and tries to emit stories; favorite times spent with your son and say some words about your loving son and add some toast moments to make the speech very glossy. Introduction part is always very smaller as this is précised in very short form. Read the rest of the article >>

25 June 2014 ~ 1 Comment

Typical Structure of the Groom’s Mother Wedding Speech

In the first two articles of this website I provided you several tips regarding the proper technique of presenting (that is to say, delivering) your oration at your son’s bridal ceremony or reception. This posting is dedicated to the typical structure of the mother of the groom speech. More exactly, this post’s paragraphs reveal the most common topics that are usually included in such a toast, as well as their typical order in such an oration.

Neither the Sequence, Nor the Topics are Mandatory in Any Wedding Speeches

However, there are two essential points that I must clarify, even from the beginning of this post. First of all, you must be aware of the fact that the order in which the ideas presented in the subsequent sections of this post are incorporated in any type of oration that is going to be delivered on the occasion of a bridal ceremony or reception (so, regardless of whether we are talking about a mother or a father of the groom speech) is not absolutely mandatory to be followed. In other words, you can change the sequence of these topics as you want or as you feel they are more suitable to be ordered in your own toast and in your own situation and family context. What is more, not only the order, but also the ideas listed below aren’t required in such an oration. That is to say, you can omit any topic you want from your toast. Read the rest of the article >>

02 April 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Mother of the Groom Wedding Speech Presentation Tips

When searching for useful tips for giving a speech, all the tips you can find usually fall into three main categories: preparation, writing and presentation tips. This article briefly describes important tips related to the presentation of any oration, but especially the one of a mother of the groom speech. This kind of tips show you how to deliver a toast in order to be highly appreciated by the audience. Before revealing you these tips, I must tell you that a perfect toasthas to be short, simple, sincere, entertaining and not too formal.

A feature that almost all the boring and unpleasant speeches have in common is that they do not interact with the audience. Unfortunately, there are some wedding speeches for the groom’s mother that have this unwanted feature. This happens when the speaker gives his or her toast like telling a lesson at school. The cause of this behavior might be the fact that the speaker has repeated the speech so many times before the wedding toast, that he or she has learned it by heart. Emotions may also play an important role in this kind of delivering an oration.

The solution to the problem above is to involve (some of) the attendees in the mother of the groom wedding speech. This can be done very easily, in any of the following ways. The simplest way to include the wedding participants in your speech is to look at many of them, while you deliver your oration. Another way of involving them in your toast is to ask them questions (tag questions are good) and to use as often as you can the pronoun “you”. More precisely, you should address to them directly, by saying, for instance, “you all know”, “all of you”, etc. Read the rest of the article >>

14 March 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Mother of the Groom Speech – The Introduction

Creating the content of your mother of the groom speech shouldn’t be a burden or a thing that you don’t like to do and that you postpone until the day before your son’s wedding reception. In fact, even if it is hard to believe this, the truth is that composing the text of your oration can be a piece of cake, provided that you have the right pieces of advice at your disposal.

On this website you can find the best resources (articles, examples of speeches, books, tips, quotations, etc.) that will help you not only to create, but also to prepare and deliver your mother of groom toast just like a professional speaker. In this article I decided to tell you some pieces of practical advice about how the introduction of your oration should look like. More precisely, from the following lines you will discover what ideas you ought to introduce in the first part of your toast.

As you might have found out from the other articles that I posted on this website, the text of your oration should be composed of three primary sections (just like the short pieces of writing that we all had to write, when we were at school, on various topics): an intro, a main part (usually known as the body of the mother of the groom wedding speech) and a final part (called ending or conclusion). The best ideas that you can include in your oration’s introduction are these: quotes, poems, welcoming, thanks, a presentation of yourself and even jokes. Read the rest of the article >>

05 March 2014 ~ 0 Comments

General Wedding Speech Ideas

Writing a mother of the groom speech for wedding receptions is not as difficult as it sounds.  The trick is not to take it lightly and just deliver an extemporaneous speech.  There is a big advantage to a written toast.  You are able to put in everything that you want to say and not worry about forgetting some important message or an important guest.  Once you decide on writing the speech for the reception, don’t wait till the last minute before you start working on it.  Weeks before the event, you should already be thinking about what to include in your toast.

Start by writing the topics that you want to include in your magnum opus.  Get ideas from the internet and printed material. A funny speech for the wedding is always welcome at the reception.  It brightens up the celebration and makes the speech for wedding reception really enjoyable for the guests.  However, it’s best not to overdo it lest the speech turns out to be more a comedy routine than a meaningful message about the wedding.  There are lots of jokes and funny lines on the internet.  Choose only the more appropriate ones and make sure not to embarrass the bride and members of the wedding party.

The speech for wedding celebrations should be prepared weeks ahead so that the speaker has time to polish his toast.  The first step is to gather your thoughts, get ideas from many sources such as the internet and getting advice from friends and relatives.  Once you have crystallized your ideas, it’s time to proceed to speech writing for the wedding. Read the rest of the article >>