What are the characteristics of a wedding welcome speech?

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A wedding welcome speech is given at the reception. The speech may be given by the host, which is often the father of the bride. The speech may also be given by the groom. It is a speech to welcome all guests and thank them for coming to share the special day with the bride and groom. The welcome speech does not have to be long, but it should be sincere. It should include a welcome to the guests, some information about the happy couple, and should end with a toast to the new bride and groom.
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