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My groom speech, Horwood House, Buckinghamshire – May 19th 2012.
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If you allow your wedding speech to be taken over by all the other preparations you have to make, you could find yourself rushing at the last minute, trying to get something together. This is not what you will want to happen as you will be disappointed you did not give your wedding speech more attention. Here are three things you can do to start getting your speech together.

1. Think in headings. As you go about your daily routine, let you thoughts wander to some of the things you want to say in your wedding speech. Do not worry about the details; think about the main points you want to make. If you concentrate on the main points, other thoughts will follow naturally. The main points will trigger other thoughts and provide a structure for the rest of you speech.

2. Carry a notebook and write down the thoughts as they come to you. You will already have a list of things to do, just add the ideas for you speech to the list. Make a separate page and jot down any thought however random. You can build on this later. The main thing is to get the ideas on paper as they occur to you. We get some of our best ideas that way and we need to capture them while they are fresh.

3. As you get closer to your wedding day, start to put your thoughts in order. You can do this as you go about your daily activities also. Over time you will see your speech taking shape and coming together. By that time you will know what you want to say and how you want to say it. You will be less likely to falter or to forget your speech if you have captured your ideas and allowed them to take shape. Those thoughts will be floating around you mind and you will be able to recall them when you speak.

Preparing wedding speeches for the bride does not have to be a painful experience if it is done over time, allowing ideas to take shape gradually. The main thing is not to get caught at the last minute – feeling stressed and with a sense of panic. It would be a pity to allow this to happen as you could miss the opportunity to make the day as memorable as you would like it to be.

William Burnell has been a groom, best man, father of the bride and wedding MC. He knows how difficult it can be to prepare and deliver a good wedding speech. You can take some of the worry out of it by following some of the tips and guidelines at

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