Who gives the best funny wedding speeches?

Who gives the best funny wedding speeches?

Unfortunately, sometimes the wrong people believe they can deliver funny wedding speeches. Speakers should realize that they are being invited to speak because of their relationship to the bride, the groom, or both. They weren’t brought on the ship from Vegas to be baked. Wedding speeches can be clever, witty, humorous or funny without going overboard.

The older generation remembers a comedian from the era of Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra named Don Rickles. Sometimes he was funny; but he was humiliating and humiliating to the people. That was his kind of humor. This is never appropriate at a wedding. Perhaps it is appreciated at a bachelor party, but never at a dignified event.

It really isn’t hard to inject some humor into your speech. You don’t want to make people laugh. Rather, you are trying to lighten the mood and make the guests smile. Look back on your time with the bride or groom and you may remember something that was special, humorous, and may have contributed to the person they are today.

“When Judy and I were 11, Mrs Jones had to run to the shop. She was worried about leaving us alone and kept asking us if she left for 20 minutes if we could stay out of trouble. Of course, we were responsible 11-year-olds, for Pete’s sake. What problems could we get ourselves into in 20 minutes? To be honest, we’ve done pretty well, thank you.”

“As soon as Mrs. Jones left in that classic station wagon, we put our heads together and decided to play dress up like we did when we were eight. This time I had to dress up in Mr. Jones’s suit while Judy wore an evening dress and high heels. We were going to the ball. Everything was going according to plan until we laughed in the living room. Rufus, the black lab, started tugging at the bottom of the dress and made Judy fall off her high heels. It’s like Lucy and Ethel are going to town. Judy sprained her ankle badly and Mrs. Jones had to take her to the emergency room.”

“But practice makes perfect! Judy, my best friend, you cleaned up really well and you look absolutely divine in your wedding dress. And Mrs. Jones, we said it then and we’ll say it again today, Rufus broke your china vase. That’s our story and we’re sticking to it. Joel, you are a lucky dog. All this time, you thought that when Judy fell into your arms, it was just your lucky day. It actually took a lot of practice!”

You should practice your speech as often as possible so it doesn’t sound stiff or like you’re reading from cards. Once you’ve perfected your delivery, try it out on a friend who will give you their honest opinion. Although you want to add some humor to your speech, always remember that this is the bride’s big day. You want her to remember you and your words for the rest of her life.

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