August 20

Link Love: Tips for the Best Best Man Toast

The best man’s wedding toast can either be a highlight of the reception or a horribly awkward lull. To make sure that the best man at your wedding delivers the charming speech you know he is capable of, forward him these links and help direct the course of his delightful musings on the bride and groom:

-Want to make sure he’s prepared? Show him this YouTube video of one of the WORST best man speeches ever caught on tape. This poor guy even made it on the Style Network as an example of a wedding toast gone wrong!

-Ease his pain after the first YouTube video with this great best man speech. We love the super sweet toast he gives at the beginning, and that his jokes are tasteful, funny and at the groom’s expense!

-Now that you’ve given him something to aspire to, send him The Knot‘s step-by-step instructions for crafting a great best man speech.

Speech Help Topics also has some great ideas if he is still looking for inspiration.

-Then, help him ease his nerves with these tips from Best Man Speech UK, and enjoy his witty toast with all your friends and family!


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3 thoughts on “Link Love: Tips for the Best Best Man Toast

  1. lea

    for those attendants that aren’t great at public speaking, i dont think there is anything wrong with saying “congrats” and “best wishes” and then to sitting down. but it doesnt hurt to say how awesome the couple is either 🙂

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