Being a maid-of-honor, whether official or unofficial is a tough job. Not only with the buttloads of work involved but also with the amount of emotions flying all around. With every passing wedding event you realise how real this is getting. The sangeet and mehndi scrape by and soon the haldi is happening, and before you know it the bidaai is taking place and with it, a million tears.
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Public speaking isn't easy, especially when you have the added pressure of giving a speech at your friend or loved one's wedding in front of all their extended family members and guests you've never met before—in a wide range of ages and cultures , no less. You want to be the guy or gal that totally nails the toast because that's what the happy couple deserves, and you'd hate to be the one that screws it up. But before you panic or sign up for a year of Toastmasters classes, take a deep breath. We've got your back with a slew of expert tips to help you deliver the best wedding toast of all time. Read on for a comprehensive guide on what you should include in your speech , how to nail the delivery, and questions to consider to get the brainstorming process started—all from noteworthy speakers and well-established speechwriters. Every killer wedding speech has one thing in common: the right flow.
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Your sister's getting married and you've been asked to make a toast. Fortunately, many wonderful authors have written about their sisters, providing you with some wonderful starting points for your toast. Whatever your relationship with your sister and your personal style, at least one of these will feel right to you. Start your toast with one of these quotes, and then add your own personal touch. Explain how the quote relates to your own relationship with your sister.