Professionally Written Wedding Speeches

Professionally Written Wedding Speeches
Professionally Written Wedding Speeches

Professionally written wedding speeches provide speech presenter out there the peace of mind, knowing their wedding speeches will be fantastic, professionally and inspirational.

Wedding speeches can really make or break a wedding event. The right amount of cringe can gives the happy couple an attractive shade of crimson and have the groomsmen cheering while keeping the hoards of great aunts, grandparents and elderly guests.

A poorly written wedding speech will not only will killed any buzz but you’ll also be responsible for making bored guests drink more than they normally would, creating a perilous situation for all.

In fact, a new study has found that bridesmaids would typically spend 43 hours on their wedding planning. If they were being paid the national average wage of professional wedding planners, they could be earning US$407 a week.

Professionally Written Wedding Speeches

Fortunately, there are someone who can reduce the most tedious task off your hands, by walking you through everything you need to know to create your own professionally written wedding inspirational speeches!
Dan Stevens and Sally Samuels have written several books related to wedding speeches. This books are:
* Father of the bride speeches: How to be Witty and Well Prepared!
* Mother of the bride speeches: Words of Love!
* Groom Speeches: Say the Right Words at the Right Time!
* Bride speeches: Beautiful Words for a Beautiful Occasion!
* Best man speeches: Be Fearless, Funny and Flawless!
* Maid of honor speeches: Your Complete 'How to' Guide!

Dan Stevens and Sally Samuels have given many speeches and have researched as much speech-making information as they could find, attended seminars of many well known professional speakers, surveyed customers to find out those exact wants and needs, all with the aim of providing fresh and up to date material that will help you write and deliver the killer professionally written wedding speeches.

Professionally Written Wedding Speeches
Professionally Written Wedding Speeches

Wedding Reception Invitation Wording

Wedding reception invitations are specifically to inform your guests about the important details of the reception, venue and time. Wedding reception invitations wording can eiher formal or informal. If both the wedding and the reception are hosted at the same venue, then the wording can be added to the wedding invitation.

The wording can simply state that the reception would immediately follow the wedding. And in most cases, if the venue of the wedding and the reception differ, then a separate reception invitation card would have to be worded accordingly.

The following lists some Wedding Reception Invitation Wording specimens:

Wording for Invitation for a Black Tie Reception
Black tie Reception and Dinner
On (date), (time)
Central Country Club
233 Pebble Bay Parkway

A Typical Reception
We invite you to join us for
fellowship, dinner, and dancing
at the Reception.
Buffet on (date), (time)
Ritz Hotel
18 Sixth Avenue

Wording for Two Different Wedding Receptions
To help us continue in the celebration
kindly join us to share our happiness
for hors d'oeuvres
immediately following ceremony at
The Meridian Hotel
New York

RSVP Wedding Wording

RSVP Wedding Wording
R.S.V.P. is the abbreviation of a French phrase, "répondez, s'il vous pla?t," which stand for "please reply." The person sending the invitation would like you to inform him or her whether you accept or decline the invitation.
In another word, which means will you be coming to the event or not? The etiquette rules in most Western cultures expect that if you received a formal, written invitation, you should reply promptly, perhaps on that same day.

This is important from a practical point of view for hosts who are planning a wedding dinner party, or a reception, because they need to know how many people to count on and how much food and drink to prepare. More importantly, it is the simple courtesy of responding to someone who was nice enough to invite you, even if it is to say that you regret that you will not be able to attend.

Proper RSVP Wedding Etiquette
In the case of a single person invitation, address the invitation to Mr. David Jackson, and make sure you write inside the response card “Mr. David Jackson will attend ___ will not attend ___” so he can check one or the other.

If you wish to have your sole invite to bring a guest, you can then add “Guest will attend ___ will not attend ___” so your sole invite knows that he can invite an extra guest.

In the case of a family with the several kids, make sure you address the invitation to her and her husband in the
same manner mentioned above, making it clear that the kids are not invited.

If you are holding a formal black-tie wedding, word the invitation as such, saying: “Black tie reception to follow at the location listed here.” Never leave the formality up in the air.

Preparing For Guests Who Can’t Make It
Always make sure to leave a line or a space for guests to check off “Cannot attend” or “Regretfully declines.” If you expect all replies to responded back to you, state a time deadline at the bottom of the card.

In some instances, you may want to limit only from those who cannot make it. Then, make sure “Regrets only” appears along with the time deadline. However, this might be more difficult for to get an accurate head count since invited person don’t have to make clear if they are attending your event.

Invitation Wedding Wording

Invitation Wedding Wording
Invitation Wording to Church Wedding
Church wedding invitation should be worded with a bit more formality than the invitation to the home ceremony. It shall be sent 6 to 8 weeks before the wedding day. Normally, church wedding invitation does not require no written acknowledgement, except in rare cases when there is a request for it. Instead of using the initials, R.S.V.P., it would be better to say simply, "Please reply." This differ in the case of home wedding invitations, which, require prompt acknowledgment.

Below are two example of church wedding invitation wedding wording:

Mr. and Mrs. John Steven
request the honor of

presence at the marriage of their daughter
Mary Mitch
Mr. Michael John
Thursday, the tenth of March

Two thousand and five
at four o'clock in the afternoon
St. Nicholas's Church
Los Angeles


Mr. and Mrs. John Steven
request the honor of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter
Mary Mitch
Mr. Michael John
Friday, the fifth of August

Two thousand and five
at six o'clock in the evening
Presbyterian Church
New York

In the first wedding invitation example, the name of the guest is written by hand in the dotted space left for that purpose. Under customary the use of "marriage" and "marriage with" is in preference to "marriage to." However, any one of them may be used.

Home Wedding Invitation Wording
For home wedding, the phrase "request the honor of your presence" is replaced by the phrase "request the pleasure of your company", if one prefers "honor" may be used in place of "pleasure".

Similar to the case of the church wedding, a space is left for the name of the guest to be filled in, or the following can be used:

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Bon
request the pleasure of your company
at the marriage of their daughter
Jane Jenny
Mr. Tom Stone
On Tuesday afternoon, June the third
at four o'clock
Eighty-two North Street

If the wedding takes place in the country, and a guest at a great distance is invited, a small card like the following can be included:

City Hall Central Station
for Hillville at 11:42 A.M.
Returning train leaves Hillville
for Texas at 6:10 P.M.

Rich people often cater a special train at the disposal of special city friends whose presence is highly desired at the wedding. A card, like the one following, can be enclosed with the invitation, and it represent a pass, entitling the bearer to a seat in the reserved train:

The special train leaves
City Hall Station for Hillville
at 11:42 A.M.
Leaves Hillville for City Hall Station
at 6:10 P.M.
Please present this card at station door

Wedding Etiquette

In the late 17th and early 18th centuries, French court of King Louis XIV had the rules for court behavior written on what the French referred to as "tickets," or "étiquette." The etiquette either were signs posted at Versailles or were the invitations issued to court events with the rules of behavior printed on the back.

Wedding Invitation Etiquette
Wedding invitations are sent to those relatives, friends and acquaintances who are to be present at the ceremony. When the wedding is to be a church, invitations shall be sent to those names that appear on the visiting lists of the two families, including relatives and friends of the bride and groom. For business associates, the invitation should be extended because of the friendship, not because of the business connection. The main things in a successful wedding invitation list needs to include of people who know well, care about and love the Bride and Groom.

For a home wedding, more discrimination should be shown in the issuing of invitations. Close friends and relatives of both families shall be invited, but not necessarily to include casual acquaintances. When preparing the invitations,
the bride-to-be and her mother should take into consideration the number of people who will fit comfortably into the reception area.

Wedding Etiquette Answers Instant Download
This book covers everything there is to know about wedding etiquettes. In fact, some people have called it the Wedding Etiquette Expert Guide.

What is Wedding Wording?

wedding wording
Wedding Wording is words and phrases used during a wedding. These words are used in wedding from the beginning of a wedding, starting from announcement, invitation, rsvp, and during reception. It is also very important to look into wedding etiquette so the wedding can be in a well organized form .

When a wedding host make and effort to use good and proper wedding wording, it not only demonstrate conventional rules of personal behaviour in polite society but also command respect from the guests. These actions will give relatives and friends the impressions that the newly web couple have put in their commitment and seriousness in the wedding, which shall bring good blessing from this relatives and friends.