Wedding speeches/toasts?

December 24th, 2009 | by admin |

I am maid of honour at my sis’s wedding. I am also horrible at speeches. Does anyone know of a free website where I can get a good speech and just modify it?
I tried searching but all I found were websites that wanted me to pay / subscribe to email.

There are books at places like hallmark or chapters, that write short speeches or paragraphs about Friendship, sisters and love. I’d recommend having a look at these and writing down a couple of them you like. They sound beautiful and from the heart, and say what you really feel….one of the books is called True Friends Always Remain in Each Others Heart (A Blue Mountain Arts Collection)
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You can read a couple of birthday or congratulations cards for sisters, and copy what they have said.
It’s totally ok to be nervous saying a speech, but when you say it, just direct it to your sister like you’re talking over a coffee, and it will feel less stressful for you. Good luck with it!

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  1. 4 Responses to “Wedding speeches/toasts?”

  2. By Kit on Jan 1, 2010 | Reply

    Just type in the search "Maid of Honor Speeches" you will get loads of sample speeches to help. Start with this then tweak it to make it your own.
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  3. By Barb S on Jan 1, 2010 | Reply

    You need to speak from your heart, not the words from someone else
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  4. By Fun chick on Jan 1, 2010 | Reply

    There are books at places like hallmark or chapters, that write short speeches or paragraphs about Friendship, sisters and love. I’d recommend having a look at these and writing down a couple of them you like. They sound beautiful and from the heart, and say what you really feel….one of the books is called True Friends Always Remain in Each Others Heart (A Blue Mountain Arts Collection)
    OR
    You can read a couple of birthday or congratulations cards for sisters, and copy what they have said.
    It’s totally ok to be nervous saying a speech, but when you say it, just direct it to your sister like you’re talking over a coffee, and it will feel less stressful for you. Good luck with it!
    References :
    Experienced public speaker

  5. By Gareth B on Jan 1, 2010 | Reply

    try your local library, there’s tons of examples in books there. or just read some random pages off Amazon books and hope that you get to view an example speech there.
    If none of that grabs you, just do an ezine article search for "brides maids" often people have written content for web sites also give lots of ideas on how to write a speech there. It’s all free.
    If all that fails, just write a nice poem.
    References :

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