How to Write a Best Man Speech

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A blueprint for the perfect Best Man Speech, based on the 10 questions that THGM Writing Services asks its clients before writing their Best Man Speeches.

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Your Best Man Speech:

Your Best Man Speech Ask these 10 questions to captivate your audience

Top Tips:

Top Tips Make it personal. Make it humorous. Make it inspiring. Speak from the heart. Address the groom…and the bride. Own your speech.

10 Questions:

10 Questions These are the questions we ask the best Man before writing his speech. If you need help writing your best man speech, Click Here !

Question #1:

Question #1 “How do you know the groom?” Where did you meet? What have you done together? What does he mean to you, and you to him? Stories, stories, stories.

Question #2:

Question #2 “How well do you know the groom’s family?” Try to include them in the speech, if appropriate.

Question #3:

Question #3 “How well do you know the bride and her family?” Important to honor the bride in your speech. Have the couple already done something together worthy of mention?

Question #4:

Question #4 “Are there other people you really should mention in the speech?” Were there other people who hung out with the two of you? Is there someone who would be deeply offended to be left out?

Question #5:

Question #5 “What personal anecdotes that you really want to mention?” Become a storyteller. It’s OK to tease the groom. It’s not OK to tease the groom; it’s not OK to get him in real trouble. Include the funny side, the touching side, the impressive side.

Question #6:

Question #6 “How is the groom’s life about to change?” Does marriage mean kids? Will he be moving to a new town? What’s in store for the new couple?

Question #7:

Question #7 “Are there any cultural or family sensitivities you should avoid?” Think grandparents. Consider ethnicity, religion and family feuds.

Question #8:

Question #8 “What personal advice do you wish to share with the couple?” Give advice from experience, if you can. Be tactful, both to the bride and to the groom.

Question #9:

Question #9 “What is your comfort level with humor? What style of humor?” The speech should feel natural to deliver. Are you better with dry humor? With puns?

Question #10:

Question #10 “Anything else I should know?” What else do you want to include? Is there something special about the groom? The wedding? The couple?

10 Questions:

10 Questions These are the questions we ask the best Man before writing his speech. If you need help writing your best man speech, Click Here !

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