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Are you looking to write a funny groom speech? Well, traditionally grooms speeches are as funny as best man speeches. Typically the best man speech is the funniest wedding reception speech, but the sometimes the groom's speech is quite funny as well; I guess it is just a man thing. And humors are always welcome when it comes to creating good wedding speeches. Funny groom speeches are great when talking about the best man or memories, but grooms also need to remember their lovely bride. Even during a funny groom speech, the groom should still be sweet, loving, and kind towards his beautiful new wife.

When planning to write a funny groom speech, be prepared. You will have to incorporate the perfect amount of humor within your speech. Too much could be a disaster - while too little would just be humiliating. It is important to keep in mind the formal setting (your wedding) and the variety of guests (many age groups, religions, ethnic backgrounds, etc.). A good rule of thumb for a funny groom speech is to be more light hearted and laid back than the father of the bride's speech, but less funny than the best man speech.

While the best man speech has hysterical, embarrassing stories, a groom speech should have one-liners, but definitely not clichés… funny wedding jokes would be appropriate, but remember to include some seriousness in your speech as well. Don't make your marriage a joke; this is the rest of your life we are talking about here.

Format for Funny Groom Speeches :

  1. Funny groom speeches should always start out with a funny, one-liner joke to catch everyone's attention.
  2. Next, on behalf of your wife, you need to thank all the guests for their support.
  3. Now you must thank your wife, after all, she is the woman that has made this all possible. Explain how you first met, any romantic stories (engagement?) and possibly your first impressions of one another.
  4. From here, you can move into common activities you two share and show what makes you two click so well. Why is this love going to last forever?
  5. Compliment your wife, tell her how beautiful she looks and how you look forward to waking up to her beautifulness every day for the rest of your life (try not to be too cliché).
  6. After you have thanked the bride, go on to thanking her parents, and then your own parents. Thank them for how well they raised the two of you and for their support (this is also an appropriate time to give them gifts).
  7. Next, thank your best man. Thank him for being there to support you and being such a big part of your life (this is an appropriate time to be funny).
  8. In addition, on behalf of the bride as well, thank the maid of honor, bridesmaids, and pageboys.
  9. Also, thank any other helpers in the wedding. If anyone contributed financially or just with photography, thank anyone who made this day as beautiful and perfect as it was.
  10. End your wedding speech with a short memorable quote, joke, or poem that references to yourself and your wife. This should be sweet, memorable, and loving.

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