A great wedding speech has a good opening and a good closing. Start by introducing yourself. Once you have the guests attention, follow your introduction with something interesting or funny, whatever suits your style. The beginning of your toast is when the wedding guests are focusing on you and really listening to what you say.
Share a story about the wedding couple that not many guests have heard. Just keep it short, and exclude unnecessary explanations. The best stories are short and straight to the point; this way you keep the guests attention at all times. It's a good idea to not have your story longer than 3 to 4 minutes.
Most speeches at weddings are closed like a normal wedding toast, by wishing the happy couple all the best in the future and by raising your glasses. You might read the bride and groom a poem, or something of that nature, if you want to be a little different.
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