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Word Count: 322 Ahh.. anyway… this wasn’t my original speech. The original and better one was on my work computer. I had spent weeks on it, and then one morning last month I got called into the conference room, and before I knew it I was sent home with a pink slip, and so I […]

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Word Count 437 Thanks for coming. I’m Jake’s brother, Nathan. And apparently I’m the best man, so I should say a few words. It’s not easy being Jake’s brother. Smart, reasonably attractive, a doctorate in a field I can hardly spell. Well, that my mother can hardly spell. I feel like the Danny Devito to […]

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Word Count: 160 Hello, my name is Monica, and it is amazing to see how many people’s lives have been positively touched by Mark and Melody here. It’s not surprising that Melody is here making the biggest commitment of her life, because she has always gone out of her way to help her friends and […]

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Word Count: 280 Hello and welcome to you all on this very special occasion. I remember the first time I saw Luke, sitting by Mr. Smith’s English class. He asked for time, I told him to get a watch. We ended up sitting next to each other, and that wasn’t awkward at all! I noticed […]

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Word Count: 136 You know Sophia and I have been friends since the 8th grade. We have always known what was good for each other and when I saw Ethan, I knew then that he would be perfect for her and I feel privileged to have introduced them all those years ago and to be standing here […]

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Word Count: 91 Hello everyone my name is Mike and I’m John’s big brother. Thank you all for coming and sharing this special occasion with John and Helen. John has not only been a brother but also like second farther, sacrificing much for his family. Ever since John and Helen first met I’ve never seen one […]

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Word Count: 277 Noah has asked me to talk today about what a great guy he is and so I can honestly say that he is handsome, brilliant, funny and perrr…. Danniel, I can’t read your writing. What’s this last word? Since we met, I have seen his transformation from an awkward youth to a […]

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Word Count: 204 Good Evening Friends and Family and our Now-Wedded Couple, When Anna asked me to be her bridesmaid, I started wondering where the custom of having a bridesmaid originated from. My research led me to the interesting origins of many of our wedding custom. Everything is done to protect the bride on her […]

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Word Count: 224 Mark and I feel privileged to be sharing our day with all of our friends and family who have been so important to us during our lives. Many of you traveled for quite a long distance. Thanks to all of you for the efforts and sacrifices you have made to be with […]

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Word Count: 96 Good evening everyone. For those of you who haven’t met me yet, my name is Megan and I am so honored today to be Harper’s Maid of Honor. I have known and loved her since 2nd grade and we’ve been best friends ever since. I can tell you that both Adam and Grace have […]

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Word Count: 214 Two peas in a pod. Thick as thieves. Tight knit. Close as close can be. Of all the terms and clichés that describe our relationships, I think the word “sister” says it best. If Dad tickled me, you would laugh. If Mom feed you chili, I would throw it up. When I […]

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Word Count: 248 Dear Guests, as Hanna’s sister I would like to welcome you and thank you for sharing this special day with Hanna and John. I am truly honored to be a part of their wedding. To my big sister Hanna, you have always been there to lead the way for me. When we were […]

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M-Mondays were always bad for Hailey. One day Hailey, and her friend slept in and was late for class. As she was running to class she wasn’t looking where she was going and tripped over Rover R- Rover was John’s dog. Apologizing over and over, Hailey said he would forgive her if she would join him […]

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Ladies and gentlemen, as the father of the bride I have the pleasure to welcome you to my daughter, Mindy’s wedding. Thank you all very much for making time to come. Who would have thought that my baby girl would mature so fast, and  that  within 24 years I would still want to hang around  […]

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Word Count: 286 Our day has come. I stand here wondering how I have been so incredibly blessed to share these vows with you. To be able to look into your eyes and, with all the love I carry in my heart, say to you, “I am forever yours”. I have always known that with […]

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Word Count: 286 Our day has come. I stand here wondering how I have been so incredibly blessed to share these vows with you. To be able to look into your eyes and, with all the love I carry in my heart, say to you, “I am forever yours”. I have always known that with […]

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Word Count: 512 Most of the wedding etiquette sources reiterate how it’s not customary for a bride to have a speech on her wedding day. It’s also presumed that the groom should stand up and deliver love quotes on the behalf of both himself and the bride. However, I think that if a bride is […]

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Word Count: 281 My son has been described as a chip off the ol’ block. Sometimes I’m not sure if that’s a good thing or a bad thing! His housekeeping skills are lacking and he is not a fan of arriving anywhere on time. At some point in their marriage, Miranda will probably find herself […]

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Word Count: 207 Good evening everyone, we are here today to celebrate the union of two lovely people!!! My name is Annie and I am the Bride’s sister, there are a lot of things, stories and experiences I can share with you about my sister and if I should start we will never leave here […]

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Word Count: 192 There was once a man at wedding who got up to make a wedding speech however when he got to the podium he stated getting smaller and smaller until he could not be seen he was such a nervous wreck. I likened myself to that man at this moment. I want to […]

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