There's a right way to do it...and a wrong way to do it! Here's a guest blog for www.brideandjoy.ie
I once attended a wedding which is now referred to as ‘the one with the speeches’ among my friends. We don’t remember the flowers, or what we ate for dinner – we’re not even sure if there was a first dance or not. What we do remember is that once the meal ended and spoons were clinked against glasses, that any positive memories of the day were immediately eradicated.
Ten tips for the perfect wedding speech - a guest blog from www.theweddingplanner.ie
From the first muffled grunts of “Me make fire” or “Me kill mammoth” or “Where me club?”, the human ability to communicate has been something special. It wasn’t long before man evolved enough to clang his arrowhead off his drinking vessel and say; “Ahem…ahem…dis ting on? Ehhh, ladies and gentlemen… WHERE ME CLUB?”