Brother Of The Bride Speech Examples

Posted by [email protected] on November 19, 2016 at 10:25 AM
What better way is there to spend your wedding day than to share it with the people you love and care about - family, relatives, and friends alike. During a wedding, the people that the newly wed couple loves the most are gathered together to celebrate the same occasion. This is when speeches are delivered and toasts are made for their everlasting love. On that note, here are brother of the bride speech examples.

For the first part of your speech, you may deliver the following lines: "Ladies and gentlemen - I wish you all a wonderful evening! For those of you who have only just seen this handsome face today, please allow me to introduce myself to you. I am the bride's brother, and I stand here today to welcome you all in this celebration. Also, I would like to thank each and every one of you on behalf of the bride and the groom for sharing your time with us."

As you will notice, the first part of your speech should include a sincere greeting, a warm welcome, and a brief introduction about yourself and how you are related to either the bride or the groom. As for the thank you's, proceed with "Thank you to all of you who have always supported and encouraged this lovely couple here. Thank you to all of you who generously assisted them with the wedding Equity Mortgage preparations. Thank you to all of you who are gathered here today to help us celebrate this joyous occasion."

"And now to the bride and the groom, this I say to you - congratulations! I am truly happy for you both, seeing those smiles and those looks of extreme joy on your faces. I know that this day that marks the start of a new chapter in your lives can be a bit scary and anxiety-provoking. But this I know - you can make it. I have seen how much you really love each other and I believe that you will be able to surpass any trial that comes your way."

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