Speaking in front of a crowd for any occasion needs a little prep, let alone the most important day of a couple's new life together. And giving a toast might seem like small potatoes among all of the things you have to do that day—but you still don't want to goof it up. Whether you're the best man or maid of honor tasked with making a speech, one of the members of the happy couple wanting to honor your new love or a parent tasked with creating a touching moment, you want the words to come out right. Prevent yourself from becoming an "epic fail" meme all over social media and you know people will be filming. Incorporate these heartfelt quotations, quick quips, or famous sayings into your wedding day speech or toast. Simran Khurana.
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These hilarious wedding speeches will give you some much-needed inspiration to make your wedding speech funny…. Bridesmaid Jennifer Gabrielli delivers what may be the best surprise toast by any member of the wedding party, ever. Delivering hit after hit of hilarious knockout one-liners, this best man certainly knows how to keep the guests entertained! Father of the bride gives an outstanding speech. Expect lots of humour, and advice that will never be forgotten. This speech is a must-watch and it will have you laughing from the start. So instead, he made a two-and-a-half-minute video from the cockpit of his Harrier using flash cards to express his thoughts.
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Finding the right words for a wedding toast can be tough. It completely depends on what the happy couple are like as to whether you want it to be funny, sentimental or traditional. The toast marks the end of your speech and the chance to take a much deserved drink, so enjoy it! Image: Sally Rawlins Photography. In the UK, most people raise a toast at the end of their wedding speech.