Whether you’re a groom, best man or father of the bride, here’s four of the best wedding speeches ever to provide you with some wedding speech inspiration and examples of the best wedding speeches.
4 of the Best Wedding Speeches Ever
We love a good speech here at Wedding Ideas. When wedding speeches are done right, they can be the highlight of the reception. If you’re looking for some creative, unique and hilarious wedding speech inspiration, then take a look at some of our favourites below…
We’ve had a special place in our hearts for singing grooms ever since we watched Tom Fletcher of McFly’s amazing tribute to his wife Giovanna. However, it was this groom’s speech that got us this time and it’s just as inventive!
Nonetheless, we’re not sure the mother of the groom appreciated the fart jokes.
Father of the Bride Speech
Now, this is one devoted dad. We love this amazing poem from father of the bride Tom – it’s not easy to write a wedding speech that’s funny, touching and rhymes.
We recommend you put the subtitles on in this video to truly appreciate his wonderful words.
Our favourite moments are Tom’s beautiful dedication to his wife and the mother of the bride. You can find this around five minutes in, and his general advice for newlywed couples at the nine-minute mark.
Best Man Speech
There’s nothing better than a funny best man‘s speech, and this is one of our favourites.
The typical one-liners about marriage have everyone cracking up but it’s the twist we love. The best man had a huge cardboard cut-out of the groom in a costume made up. Plus, we bet it made for a great photo opportunity later too.
Maid of Honour Speech
Who said only men should give wedding speeches at receptions? This clever rap to ‘Ice Ice Baby’ should give any future maid of honour some hilarious inspiration.
We love that she still managed to get a bit of good life advice in at the end too. Plus, everyone clearly loved it – a truly brilliant wedding speech.
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