If it is your wedding you can have it set up however you would like. I have been to weddings that do not follow the normal tradition and they have been wonderful! If you do not want people to give a speech, do chicken dances or play wedding games it is perfectly fine...Answer
Yes, yes, yes. Even though a lot of best men are shy and feel that they don't have the right words for the occasion, it's imperative that a toast be given if a formal wedding reception is to take place.
In this day and age, there is little excuse for not giving a toast. There are books and websites strictly dedicated to choosing the right words for the right occasion.
As the best man, when you give a toast, one of the most important things to do is to include a little tidbit of information about how you know the groom (and bride, if you do). Sprinkle a little humor in the story, and try to craft the toast around this information.
Most importantly, give the new couple your fondest wishes of luck and engage everyone at the reception in wishing them well on their new marriage and a long-lasting, happy relationship.
Absolutely, as Best Man giving a speech or toast is part of your duties and almost as important as looking after the rings! The speeches are an eagerly anticipated part of weddings and the most important thing to do is relax and remember that everyone is on your side and wants your speech to be a success.
That is the tradition. however, it's been my experience that it is also acceptable for the maid of honor to do it
It is what usual, normal weddings do. You don't have to if you don't want to, it's your decision. But mostly all weddings have the best men give a speech. It just brings out what you know and what is going to happen with the new couple. But in my defense, the weddings in my family don't do it. Usually a friend of the bride or groom, relative, grandparents or the bride or groom's parents gives the speech. Also, it doesn't have to be a long speech. 5 or 6 sentences will do the job. Just let the speech make the couple happy and let them want to continue their life together. And be CONFIDENT in what you're doing and tell them if you don't want to do it.
Traditionally in Western weddings the best man toasts the bride and groom and gives a speech. He also toasts the bride's attendants, i.e., bridesmaids and matron(s) of honor.
Generally, the best time to toast is after the majority of people have arrived and have had time to eat or drink something.AnswerThe traditional time to give your toast at a wedding reception is after the meal although it is becoming increasingly common for people to do the speeches and toasts before the meal. Nowadays more and more couples decide to get the speeches over and one with before the meal. The wedding MC or best man will introduce the speakers - normally the wedding speech order is :1) Father of the bride speech2) Best Man Speech3) Groom SpeechModern Brides that also want to say something may do so with ease these days!
The first toast is done by the best man, always. Thereafter, any toast can be made and they should be considered a compliment of love by any who make them, that is as long as they are tactful. Traditions will be different depending on the country you live in but in the UK, it's not usually expected that the Groom's Parents will make a toast. The order for UK wedding speeches is normally, Father of the Bride, Groom then Best Man.
After the wedding ceremony the wedding guests - including the bridal party and bride and groom - go to the wedding reception.The wedding reception is a celebration of the marriage. It's a party atmosphere and can be elaborate with a sit down meal, cake cutting ceremony, bouquet and garter toss, and dancing.The wedding reception is usually coordinated by the Wedding MC. The Best Man or Maid/Matron of Honor can double as the Wedding MC or the Wedding Master of Ceremonies could be a close friend of the bride and groom.The Wedding MC's role is to ensure the wedding reception runs smoothly. [
Traditionally, it's during the reception, usually as the first toast of the event. The first toast is usually delivered by the father of the bride followed by the groom then completed by the best man. However it is becoming more commonplace for the bride, the bridesmaid and sometimes the mother of the bride to say a few words also.
The best man is the chief male assistant to the bridegroom at a wedding. In North America and Europe, the groom extends this honour to someone who is close to him, generally either a brother or his closest male friend. Some responsibilities of the best man include: * assist the groom on the wedding day, * keep the wedding rings safe until needed during the ceremony, * act as a legal witness to the marriage, and * make a toast to the bride and groom at the reception.
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