To create the perfect wedding day nothing is left to chance. You work with professionals throughout, the ceremony, the reception, the music, the cars, the flowers, the cake, the guest list, the seating arrangements, you even spend time fussing about the napkins.
The attention to detail that goes in to the planning of most weddings wouldn’t be out of place in the control room prior to the launch of a satellite. Mostly with just the one exception. The speeches. After the ceremony, these are the most important formal element of the day, these key note speeches will be burned in to the memory of friends and family for years to come. Yet all too often they are left to chance.
With no professional input, no rehearsal outside of a bedroom or bathroom the moment arrives when all eyes (and ears) are on the best man, the father of the bride or the groom himself. This is no time to discover that the vast majority of successful speech makers are made not born.
Its amazing what a few hours coaching and the support of an experienced speech writer can achieve. I would like you to choose to work with me (for less than the cost of a couple of nights out I can put you in a position to deliver a speech the quality and sincerity of which will surprise you, your family and friends) but whatever you do, whoever you choose, don’t leave it to chance.
The people involved are the bedrock of your life and they need you to be the best you can be.
Now take a look at how things can go wrong. Have a laugh but dont let it happen to you. Some of the best of the worst best man speeches