Sister of the Groom Speech?

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Sometimes the sister of the groom will be asked to make a speech. This is not a formal practice or commonplace, but weddings are ever-changing and only siblings are often included in ceremonial or reception speeches. It's good to have a slight sense of humor when addressing a crowd. Even though a wedding is a serious event, humor blends well with the emotion of happiness and can easily be worked into a speech. You can mention some unforgettable memories the two of you shared as kids, even one that might cause him to blush. Ten you can talk about what a great man he is and how lucky she is to be gaining him as a husband. You cam end by welcoming your sister-in-law to the family.
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1. Thank your guests and hosts in the opening of the speech. This is the main function of a groom's speech and the traditional way to open. Thank everyone who helped with the wedding
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1. Start off by thanking your father-in-law for his speech. Say this before thanking the guests for coming and thanking the hosts. Ad. 2. Give a story about your wife. It can be about
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I don't think there is any protocol for that - as a rule, the groom. doesn't. give a speech - the best man does.
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may the best-man win! Source(s) keep it short.
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