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Out of all the speeches given on this special day, perhaps none is more sentimental than the father of the bride speech. As the bride’s father, you may be experiencing a whirlwind of emotions. You may be hit by the realization that your little girl has grown up, seemingly overnight, and is now making the most important decision of her life.

You probably feel nervous, excited, happy, and sad all at the same time. Fortunately, your father of the bride speech offers you an outlet! You can use your speech to express all of your thoughts and emotions.

The father of the bride speech is generally the first speech of the evening, and it sets the tone for the rest of the event. Therefore, it’s important to make a good impression to your guests, and leave them in a cheerful and celebratory mood. Don’t talk for too long. Your speech should be short and sweet.

If you’re not certain how to start your father of the bride wedding speech, I recommend making a few comments about the weather. Perhaps you could make a joke about something funny that happened earlier on in the event. After “breaking the ice” with some friendly opening comments, your next step is to thank the guests for coming to the wedding, especially the ones that traveled far. Then, thank everyone who was involved in setting up the wedding. People like to be recognized for their contributions.

After the formalities, you can get to the point and talk about the bride. Take that whirlwind of emotions you’ve been feeling and learn to craft words around it. Don’t be afraid to express yourself. This is one moment where candid honesty and emotion is encouraged. The bride wants to hear your thoughts and receive your guidance.

Finally, end your speech with a toast to the bride and groom.

When I found out I had to make a speech, I couldn’t stop worrying. I didn’t know what to say or how to say it. I couldn’t figure out the proper words to convey my emotions. And worst of all, I just couldn’t cope with speaking in front of such a huge crowd of all my closest friends and relatives!

However, I was lucky enough to find an incredibly detailed and thorough guide on writing a crowd-pleasing wedding speech. This is undoubtedly the best resource on the Internet when it comes to writing, crafting, and delivering your father of the bride speech. I highly recommend it!

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