Wedding Speech Delivered by the Groom Essay

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Wedding Speech Delivered by the Groom

Well , what can I say, Thankyou for those kind words Alan and I hope $20 was enough.

I recently read somewhere that a survey had been conducted of things that people fear most, and top of the list above things like spiders and heights, was the fear of standing up and making a speech in public.
I'm no different, suffice to say that this isn't the first time today I've risen from a warm seat with a piece of paper in my hand.


Many people thought this day would never come. That I'd be standing here making the speech of a Newly Married man, myself included.
Many people have also told me how lucky I am to be marrying Jo, including Jo in fact.

But I would like everybody
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Whenever you're Right - Keep Quiet!!

That's probably good advice for most men actually!!!


There are a few thankyous I'd like to make tonight.

I'd like to start by thanking everyone that's helped make this day the success I'm sure you'll all agree it has been.

Thank Daph

I'd like to say a special thankyou though to Jo's mum Daphne and her husband Stan for their generosity in helping with today's events. Not only that, I'd like to thank Daphne for the fabulous job she's done in making Jo's Wedding Dress.

When Jo made her entrance at the Ceremony, I can honestly say
I was overwhelmed at how stunning she looked.

I would also like to thank Daphne for the kindness she has shown me from the first day we met.

Over the years she has given me some lovely gifts, Birthday presents and Christmas presents, but the gift of your daughter is one I will cherish forever.


Thank Mum and Dad
I would like to say a thankyou to my mum and dad, for everything they have given me during my life and for bringing me up the way they did.

Jo is especially grateful for this as she much prefers that I do the ironing. I would also like to make a special mention that just a couple of months ago they celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary.

Just think, if we make it that far I'll be 92, and Jo
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