Pre Written Speeches Which You Can Turn To In Your Hour Of Need

Published: 16th January 2008
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So, you've been asked to speak at a wedding. Already you can feel your knees shaking and your throat closing up so tightly that you can barely get a squeak out. This is a normal state of affairs for most people when they learn they have to give a speech of any kind, not only a wedding speech. The good thing about giving a wedding speech however, is the fact that you have at hand, pre written speeches which you can turn to in your hour of need.

These speeches are for the most part, works of art and depending on where you get them from, might even cost you an arm and a leg. But then again, what's an arm and a leg if you can get up in front of a crowd of people secure in the knowledge that you have a doozy of a wedding speech to give.

This in fact, is the reason why so many people resort to using pre written speeches. For one thing, these have been written by professionals so you know that every penny you spend on them is good, and for another thing if you're not one of the most literary minded people in the world then you don't have the hassle of having to write out your speech - all you need to do is to use one of the many pre written speeches.

The one thing you need to be careful about when using pre written speeches however, is that your speech doesn't end up sounding impersonal. This can very easily happen since none of these pre written speeches were written with you in mind. They are of a necessity a generic formula transformed into something that sounds wonderful, but which is also very impersonal.

So even if you use pre written speeches you might find that you still have to have change things around slightly to make the speech sound more like you, and definitely more personal. Just because you use pre written speeches it doesn't mean that you have to stick with the formula exactly.

You can change things around slightly to better suit your own personal style of speaking. A tweak here and a small change to reflect your normal speech patterns will make all the difference to your speech, and no one will even know that you are using a pre written speech.

Just remember to substitute the real names of the bridal couple for the names given in the pre written speeches! You really wouldn't want to say John and Lindsey, when you meant to say John and Danielle!

Muna wa Wanjiru is a Web Administrator and Has Been Researching and Reporting on Wedding Speeches for Years. For More Information on Pre Written Speeches, Visit His Site at PRE WRITTEN SPEECHES

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kajol shafiq on September 6, 2011 said:
The worst thing to do here is to read out a pre-written speech. It is indeed impossible to make a read-out speech sound spontaneous. If necessary, list your major headings on index cards --with only a few words on each card. A quick glance at the short notes will trigger your thoughts.
Adrian Lawrence on September 6, 2011 said:
Some people are great at reading from pre-written text, but I can only sound natural if I speak from memory or by using a very short note.

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