Words of congratulations on a wedding rehearsal dinner toast speech
Saying the right things in a wedding speech can be quite difficult, and a lot less stressful at times. When you get up to express your congratulatory words for a wedding you want it to be perfect. You don’t want to come off as arrogant, but you want to give enough so that the bride and groom know that it comes from the heart and that you put a little effort into it.
The problem is that this can often mean not enjoying as much during the wedding due to anxious thoughts of giving a speech, responsibility towards the newlyweds on their special day, etc. I got tired of letting my toasts and speeches ruin my wedding experience. After all, I too want to enjoy my close friends special day!
So this is what I do now, which are a few simple steps together, and I attribute it to seeking professional help from a guide I bought that teaches you how to write wedding speeches and toasts and offers professionally written examples for inspiration. (more on that later)
To get the creative juices flowing …
What to start with For a wedding speech or a toast: You should always keep in mind that you want to link emotions to everything you say. Also, you want the bride and groom to feel great sensations while talking in front of everyone (relax, it will be easy), which will increase the joy of their special day!
Some ideas for this are … special moments you had together, personal growth achievements, something about them (how they met, where, things they do for each other), use your imagination.
How to run a wedding speech: it is better if you have your speech memorized, rather than reading it from a list of something else. It seems more personal and you can address the audience with your eyes all the time, and they can feel that your energy is coming from the heart, which is ultimately the most important thing.