Learning how father of the groom speeches are written is not always easy. There are so many books, electronic books and blogs claiming that they have the best methods to teach you how great speeches are written. However, as soon as someone would try to base his knowledge on what these blogs and “powerful” or “trustful” sources say – it is only failure.
One of the great ways, which is not too complicated, is learning to give a speech by reading some examples. In such cases, it is not only that you see how it is basically done but you actually have a good source to draw tremendous amounts of inspiration from. It makes a huge difference to talk about a brand new car or see that awesome masterpiece of brand new car. In the first instance, you hear about it, still have almost no idea and in the second, you can read and hear about it but at the same time you are aware of how things are in reality.
Here is, for example, a really bad example of how a father of the groom wedding speech is introduced:
Although these sentences give a fake impression of respecting the newly wedded couple and of being honest, it is the bad (if not worst) example of how one can write a speech introduction. If people would hear such a thing during a real wedding, they would be something like “okay, which is the soonest time I can leave without embarrassing myself”? Instead of this event and mood killer above, the father of the groom could’ve said something like this:
First of all, this good example is not self-centered. While the first example (the bad one) we presented above gives an impression that the speaker is ego-centered, this second example truly presents how the father of the groom respects the couple, but the guests as well. Showing and expressing respect in such ways is great, because then people will feel and remember how much of a gentleman you are, and they will also feel like it made a positive difference for everyone to be present at this unique event. MORE Wedding Speech Samples
It is also a good thing to sometimes mention the time of the wedding. It’s like a symbol of feeling empathy and being there with heart and soul. People will also want to hear that their special efforts were mentioned, because some of them truly struggled a lot to make it to the event. More