Groom's Wedding Thank You Speech

The Groom’s Wedding Thank You Speech:
8 Easy Ways To Make A Favorable Impression
With Your Guests

As groom, your guests are waiting in anticipation to hear you speak on your special day. So give them a Groom Speech they’ll appreciate and remember using the following quick tips…

If you want to save time and you’re not sure where to start or what to say, check out these 20 pre-written, quick-and-easy speech templates (affiliate) you can adapt to reduce your speech writing time dramatically. It also includes toasts, quotes, jokes, and one-liners to make your speech witty and entertaining.

Here are 8 Groom speech tips:

1. Memorize your opening and closing lines — as well as the toast you’ll be making. It will boost your confidence and settle your nerves especially as you begin speaking.

2. Know the order of speakers so you’re ready to make your Groom Speech when the previous speaker has finished or you are called upon by the Master of Ceremonies.

3. Thank the previous speaker for the toast that was made to you and your wife. You can also make a short — even humorous — comment about the previous speaker’s remarks.

4. Indicate to your guests that you are speaking on behalf of yourself and your new bride — unless she wants to make her own remarks.

5. Mention how lucky you are to have found your bride, how much this special day means to you, and how happy it makes you feel to be welcomed into your bride’s family.

6. Thank everyone involved in the wedding preparations. Remember: a lot of people have put a huge amount of time and effort into making this a memorable occasion for you and your wife. So you’ll never go wrong with acknowledging those who helped in making your day a very special one for you and your bride.

Your Groom Speech should include everyone who helped make your special day a memorable occasion for you and your wife: the person who previously toasted you, the parents of both families, the guests for attending and their wonderful gifts, the bridal party, and the best man.

7. Speak with sincerity. Speak from your heart. Be emotional. Be sentimental. Break up all the “thank you’s” by weaving humorous comments into your comments…if that’s your style.

8. Toast the bridesmaids after complimenting them and thanking them for their help.

Don’t worry about being nervous — it’s expected and you’ll find your nervousness will disappear once you launch into your presentation.

Your Groom Speech has to cover a lot of ground in a short time. So be sure to practice your presentation until it flows smoothly and naturally.

If you want to save time and you’re not sure where to start or what to say, check out these 20 pre-written, quick-and-easy speech templates (affiliate) you can adapt to reduce your speech writing time dramatically. It also includes toasts, quotes, jokes, and one-liners to make your speech witty and entertaining.

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