Spring is here and if you are in your twenties or thirties, you know that spring means wedding season. Numerous weekends will be ruined for the next few months as you travel to the most inconvenient, out-of-the-way towns, pay too much for a bad hotel room and eat lousy catered…
This infographic by Sheraton Athlone Hotel provide tips on how to write the perfect wedding speech, whether you’re one half of the marrying couple, the best man, maid of honour or father of the bride. The best wedding speeches are light-hearted but still heartfelt, an ideal mixture of good spirits and unmistakable affection towards the bride and groom.
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The cake is in tiers joke is a classic and a good way to warm up a room. Just check the bride and groom haven’t instead opted for a single tier cake or a dessert buffet rather than a traditional tiered wedding cake, otherwise the joke will be on you!
When the adults are toasting the bride and groom, make sure you offer a kids’ drink, such as sparkling cider, milk in a champagne flute, or a classic Shirley Temple. This way, even your youngest guests feel like they are a part of the celebration. Photo Courtesy of L-eat Catering