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10 Tips To Nail The Best Man Speech

10 Tips To Nail The Best Man Speech It can be hard enough to stand up in front of a large group and speak, let alone relying solely on the words you have written to describe the love we see before us, what the couple mean to you, how good a best friend he is etc etc...all the while making sure the families are entertained and that they want to buy you a drink after the speech than throw one in your face. It's tough work, so here's 10 tips to nail the best man speech to cover all bases, get some laughs and maybe a few tears. 1. Don't Get Stupid Drunk I know, I know, this seems pretty straight forward but let's think about it for a second. It's an Irish wedding so the chances are the best man might be having a few drinks before the actual wedding with the groom...to emm...help with the nerves. He'll probably have one at the reception to keep himself hydrated while he has to take the obligatory wedding photos. Then there's the mingling before the meal and having one with the lads before sitting down to dinner which will have a bottle of wine on the table. So try not to go mad on the beer as you may all of a sudden dispatch with your cue cards and speech and try and come up with it of your head. This will only be drunk rambling and won't sound as good in your head as it does out loud. 2. Start the Speech Off Right There will be plenty of time to roast the groom good and proper but get the formalities out of the way first. Thank everyone for coming, celebrating the day, and reading any messages from friends abroad. Diving head first into mocking and an embarrassing story may leave people thinking you have a vendetta against the groom and probably shouldn't have been the best man in the first place. 3. What Not To Say In The Speech Do not mention his ex's name...ever Do not mention anything from the stag weekend that could land him in the doghouse just hours into his marriage. Do not mention any story that you wouldn't want told about yourself Do not mock the bride...ever...you are playing with fire if you do and you will get burnt 4. Language of Choice I like most Irishmen cursing is a big part of my vocabulary and we have a fantastic ability to drop in a curse word into a sentence that gives it a certain grace. But this is a time to really stay as tight lipped as possible. Certain families and especially parents aren't to fond of certain words. I know it will be tough but it's something to keep in mind. 5. Choice of Jokes This is a tricky one as most people feel that when they tell a joke in a speech that they will come across as a stand up comedian. I'm here to say you don't! Your jokes might not be that funny, so choose wisely and be so careful not go ridiculously inappropriate. 6. Humour Throughout This is key to any good best man speech. Humour keeps any the speech rolling along smoothly with a nice gentle hum of laughter. An idea would be to poke fun at some of the groom’s traits or his poor golf game, inability to dance, bad sense of direction, bad taste in music and similar. Avoid calling him a dumbass as his parents will probably be in the room and paid for his education. Also if any of his work colleagues are the may need to rethink any negative things you might be planning on saying about his work. My tip, always keep them smiling. 7. Complimenting the Bride Do not just give a token compliment to the bride. That's almost worse than no compliments. Talk about the great attributes she has, that she's kind, witty, beautiful and that she's looking stunning on the day. Give this part of the speech some time and thought for your best friend if nothing else. You don't want the bride to be giving out to him about the speech you did on the honeymoon. 8. Talk About Your Friendship This is a major part of the best man speech. It really cements the reason for you being the best man in the first place. This is were you show your true bromance and just how much you cherish his friendship, how he's been there for you and vice versa. Make it short sharp and to the point, a few lines about his great qualities and you're done. You don't want to make it awkward. 9. The Couple's Relationship This is the point in the speech where you just unload every wedding and happy couple cliché you were trying not to use earlier in the speech. Time to go proper Hallmark here with things like 'there love is enduring', 'they're perfect for each other', 'it was love at first sight', 'they've found their soul mate in each other'. Good god that was a bit hard to even write. The reality is that they might have met while drunk one night in a club, got the score, texted each other the following day, cinema or a date a few days later and that's where it started. This is the sort of stuff you don't say of course. Also avoid saying that they found the only person to put up with each others annoying habits and bad jokes. 10. The Toast Alright just don't go straight with "raise your glasses..", get everyone to stand up, thank everyone for coming, congratulate the happy couple and wish the well into the future. Congrats you have just delivered a great speech. And don't worry, if you're still struggling for a best man speech, just take the one from Sherlock.

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12 things every Best Man Needs To Know

12 things every Best Man Needs To Know It's such an honour to be asked to be the best man so it's only natural that you want to do a really good job and with that comes great responsibilities! Don't freak out though because here at StagParty.ie we have you covered and we know all the tips and tricks to make sure that you fulfill your Best Man duties to a top notch standard. 1. The Stag Plan the stag do! Maybe get a few of the groomsmen in on this one as well to help out with the organising! Visit the StagParty.ie website or Facebook page for some ideas on what to do for a stag weekend from the locations to go to, the pranks to play and the best activities to do! 2. Organise! Organise! Organise! There is a lot that needs to be done so it is important that you are extremely organised for the months ahead. Pick up a diary so that you can make notes and keep track of important dates or telephone numbers such as the photographers and videographers that will be attending. 3. Inform Make sure that the groom and all the groomsmen know of any changes that you are making to the schedule, especially with regards to rehearsals or tux fittings. 4. Support Be a constant support for the groom as this is a nerve wracking time for him and he could do with moral support and advice to make him feel at ease. On the day of the wedding why not stand by the grooms side when he is waiting for the ceremony to commence and offer some words of encouragement before the bride walks down the aisle. As a nice gesture you can organise a gift for the groom and give it to him on the morning of the wedding which will make him feel more relaxed and calm about the day ahead. 5. Rehearsal It's important that all members attend rehearsals so that they know what the plan is for the day of the wedding. This can include the church rehearsals but also speech rehearsals. This will eliminate any confusion. 6. Tux Help the groom choose the tux. It's always nice to get a second opinion on what it looks like and what suits him best. Organise the tux fittings and double check that everyone can attend them as this is a very important part of the whole process. If everyone attends the tux fitting at the same time it will alleviate any issues with different tux's being bought or any issues with incorrect sizes. It also means that you can tick another item off the to-do list! On the day of the wedding you should help the groom get ready. This includes fixing the tie and making any last minute adjustments to the tux. You can also help him put the cufflinks on his suit. 7.  The Ring If you only do one thing right on the day at least make sure that you remember the ring! Also, if there is a ring bearer, the child should know what they are doing. It may be wise to attach the rings to the pillow. Of course if there is no ring bearer then you can hand the rings to the groom himself. 8. The Car Organise the departure from the home the morning of the wedding. Help decorate the car with banners but make sure to keep it classy. 9. Head Count When you arrive at the church do a quick headcount before going in just to make sure that all the groomsmen are there. 10. Mingle When you get to the hotel reception be friendly with the guests. Don't be shy! Offer food and drinks and mingle with the guests and make everyone feel welcome on the day. It might also help settle some of the pre speech jitters! 11. Round Up the Troops Once everyone has arrived at the hotel from the church, gather the groomsmen together and get prepared for professional photographs. 12. The Speech Make sure to organise who will be giving speeches at the wedding and know what order each person is speaking. And that's it! These are just the most popular things that we think you should know about. I'm sure there are a few more that you can also add to the list. You will have worked so hard in the lead up to the big day so make sure that you relax too and have a great day!

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7 Do Not’s For The Best Man At A Wedding

7 Do Not's For The Best Man At A Wedding Right if you've just been asked to be your friends best man for his upcoming wedding a certain thing happens. I could say you should express to him that you feel proud, emotional and even overwhelmed. These emotions however are only masking the truth, that you are in fact shitting a brick. There are some many responsibilities involved in being the best man, but organising stuff like the stag party isn't what's scaring you, (because StagParty.ie have ya covered on that front), it's not looking like an idiot and remember what 'NOT' to do on the wedding day that has you sweating like a man on death row. When asked by the groom are ok with everything involved you'll say "Yeah, it's grand" - code for "Feck, I'm goosed here". So with that in mind here are 7 Do Not's for the Best man at a wedding. 1. Don't get the groom wasted on the big day You've had plenty of time to do that on the Stag party lads. This is not one of those days. You'll probably be with him the morning of the wedding, getting him ready etc. I'm not saying he can't have one to calm his nerves but lashing into shots as soon he gets to the reception is a no go! He will have photos to take, a speech to make, have to dance in front of everyone and well it is his wedding night! 2. Don't lose the rings! God what ever you do on the day, do not lose the wedding rings. It's pretty much the reason you're there! And, as funny as it was in 'Four Weddings And A Funeral' when Hugh Grant forget them and got 2 stand in rings from people in the church. It was a movie and I guarantee the bride will not react the same way. 3. Don't space out during the wedding rehearsal. If the bride-to-be has organised a rehearsal, do pay attention. If she's the Monica from friends planning type and you wreck her plan. Well you'll be in for a clattering. 4. Don't Balls up the speech. I know this one kinda goes without saying. But, there's no one asking you to have an award winning speech. You can get away with the basic 'safe' speech and it will be fondly remembered. I've been to a wedding where the speech was so bad that it had to be stopped. Christ I cringe when I think about it. Don't be that guy! 5. Don't forget the deodorant. Lads if it's a summer wedding or even a wedding abroad. Remember to bring deodorant. There are buttons on shirts that easily open to slide an arm in for a quick spray. Might also be worth having a little bottle of smellies the groom can splash on. Nothing worse then a smelly groom. 6. Don't Say.."This is the happiest day of my life" Eh...these words should not be coming out of your mouth. It's not your wedding day lad! You could be thrilled that your best friend has found the love of his life, but no need to get sappy! 7. Don't make an announcement  Do not use this highly public setting to make an announcement about yourself or even consider proposing to your significant other on your friends big day. It's happened where the best man has proposed to his partner in the middle of his best man speech. If you see this happening, run to the top table and give the best man a swift kick in the nuts. It's their day not his and the bride will thank you for it. So there you have it, a few tips of how not to look like a complete idiot on the wedding day and how to ensure you're not hated by your best friends future wife. That cannot be underestimated especially when you want to drag him off for a weekend away with the lads.  

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Best Man Jokes

Best Man Jokes The Best Man Duties reads a pretty long list. There is a lot more to do that just organise the stag party and write a speech. But the reality is that of all the best man duties there are, you'll probably end up freaking out and sweating the most about the speech. The best man speech for some people is a very daunting task. It's not that they have anything nice to say about the couple but it's simply the fact of standing up in front of loads of strangers and speaking is a scary thought. As with any speech it's always good to have a few ice breaker jokes to lighten the mood. So we've put together some of our favourite best man jokes for you to use in your speech. Start of the Speech When John asked me to be his best man, he told me that he expected me to make a traditional speech to the bride and groom. No worries I thought but he forget to mention the hundred other people that would be present. Good Afternoon/Evening Ladies and Gentlemen. I won't lie I'm am little nervous right now. As the people sitting next to me will testify, you can really smell the fear. My name is Rob and I'm the best man. It really is impossible to praise the groom too highly. In fact, while writing this speech, I found it impossible to praise him at all. Hi everyone, my name is Rob. I'm the lad that John asked to be his helper and right hand man over the preparatory months and concluding day of his wedding celebrations. But I tell ya this, he's on his own tonight! Good Evening Ladies and Gentlemen. I apologize in advance for not being a public speaker. If you see me looking down at this piece of paper again and again, it's not actually my notes, it's a picture of the massive drink I'm going to have as soon as this is over. Good Evening family and friends. I'm so happy to preside over the only 5 minutes the bride didn't plan. I read somewhere that a best man speech shouldn’t take any longer than it takes the groom to make love. So ladies and gentlemen – I give you Mr and Mrs Murphy. During the Speech Now it's time for a little participation from the bride and groom. Mary, if I can ask you to place your hand flat on the table. Now John, if you would place your hand directly on top of Mary's. Make the most of it, lad. That's the last time you'll ever have the upper hand. Mary, you're a wonderful woman, who deserves a wonderful husband. And I'm not going to rest until I get to the bottom of what's gone wrong here. John is the most generous friend anyone could ask for. Here is a man whose philanthropy knows no bounds. Magnanimous should be his middle name. He’ll do anything for me or anyone. He even wrote a section of this speech. I’d like to wish you a very happy marriage, and a memorable honeymoon. If anyone wants to know the proper definition of a honeymoon, it's that brief but cherished period between 'I do' and 'You’d better Closing the Speech If you could keep the clapping and yelling to a minimum today, I would appreciate it as I have a horrible hangover. I know it’s irresponsible to drink before such a big occasion, but I couldn’t let the groom drink alone. Today John you marry Miss right but as you know her 'always'. I leave you with this thought John for marriage, the most effective way to remember your wife's birthday is to forget it once. Remember John, that it doesn’t matter how often a married man changes his job, he still ends up with the same boss. Hopefully these best man jokes will help you deliver the a fantastic best man speech. Finally, if there is anything else we can help. Don't hesitate to contact us!

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Best Man Speech

Preparing a Best Man Speech So you have been asked to be the best man for your mate. There are two things on your mind, the stag party and the best man speech. Well we have given you everything you need to know about the stag party so now to the best man speech. The best man speech is the way for the best friend/brother of the groom to share a few stories of their childhood/antics and to of course send plenty compliments the bride’s way. The best man speech must include a few jokes about the groom, thanks to the guests and parents of the bride and groom and how lovely the bride looks. It is important to keep everything pretty PG for the speech and especially no inside jokes, everyone should understand what you’re talking about. Be sure to share some stories of your friendship and how you first were introduced to the bride. Keep these genuine and from the heart. The best man speech doesn’t have to be all jokes, include some sentimental stuff as well. Make sure to prepare the speech well in advance and practice, practice, practice! You can never be too familiar with the speech. There are loads of different types of best man speeches on YouTube to help you along the way. Nobody comes to the wedding to hear the speeches so be sure to keep it short, yet long enough to tell a story or two, a few thank yous and some jokes. Around 5 minutes should cut it. It is important not to drink too much before your best man speech, the bride and groom will not appreciate a drunk best man speech. (Some dutch courage is definitely okay!) So most importantly enjoy the speech and the day and once that's over sit back and relax.

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Best Man Speech

Best Man Speech So it has finally happened. Your best mate is getting married and you have been given the honour (or arduous task, depending on experience) of being Best Man. Your two crucial parts to play now are in arranging a great Stag Night and delivering a Best Man speech that will entertain without being cringe worthy.   Suffice to say, not easy tasks. If you've already had your Stag Party its probably best you leave out details of what the Groom got up to out of your speech, and in general, too many details are not really recommended for any embarrassing stories you've got in mind. Remember to complement the bride and be sincere.   Brevity will be your friend. And also remember to not try to hard to entertain. You were chosen to be Best Man. So at least one person thinks you were the right person for the job. Still stuck for ideas on what to say? Work on organising that Stag Night instead! Finally, at Stagparty.ie you'll find a staggering selection of great packages and deals. As well as information, ideas and Stag Party accessories that will make for a Stag Night to remember. And, it might just give you a few ideas to throw into your speech.

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The Best Way To Calm The Groom

The Best Way To Calm The Groom A wedding like a stag party takes some plannnig. The major difference is that when the stag party weekend finally arrives the grooms nerves or apprehensions are more focused on the well being of his mind and body. His body will take a hell of alot of abuse over the next few days, that will see his liver tested and in some cases injured or lose an eyebrow. His mind may see things that once seen can never been unseen. The wedding day brings a whole different bags of nerves. All the planning, all the preparation for one day over the last couple of months or even years has arrived. Most men will say they don't have any nerves in the lead up to it but as the time draws near the beads of sweat get larger and panic might set in. So if you're the best man or groomsman here is the best way to calm the groom if he starts displaying any of these signs. Second Thoughts This is the most common sign that the groom is slipping into panic mode. He'll be thinking has he made the right decision. The rest of my life is a long time. I'm only going to be with this person forever. This is where you, as best man, step in. Explain to him that he has made the right decision or you wouldn't have made it this far. Also explain he wasn't exactly a hit with the ladies and bedding several different women a week. So get over yourself. Reiterate that this one person is the only one that puts up with your drunken antics. Be blunt, as men are, with the groom and he'll shake off any second thoughts. What If She Doesn't Show Up If the groom comes out with this give him a light slap across the head (Wedding Photos...you don't want them ruined and experience the wrath of the bridezilla) and tell him to cop on. The bride will be late. The bride is always late and with all the planning she's put in, she ain't missing this day. It's your job and my job to make sure you're standing in the right spot when she eventually walks in. Simple! I Hope It All Goes To Plan This is always a genuine concern for couples. But as long as you are actually married come the end of the wedding day then it's deemed a success in my book. This needless worry about will the weather be nice or not, if the food is OK, that the cake is glorious and the speeches are great is energy that can be spent elsewhere. Explain to him that once everyone has a few drinks they'll be grand and it's going to be one hell of a celebration regardless of what happens. Regale Him Of Stories From The Stag Party This, in my opinion, always calms the groom. Nothing like a good old laugh at the misery and the state of yourself or others on the stag party weekend to cheer someone right up. Talk about you stag party night antics, who did what, who got stuck in the bidet in the hotel, or ended up losing the contents of their stomach all over the bouncer...and still managed to get in. It was his stag and all. Just a little side note, if you're getting married in a church best to maybe step outside for those stories. You may burst into flames otherwise. Dutch Courage Sometimes a calming drink can do wonders for a groom. So best man pick up a hip flask and fill it with some whiskey and explain to him that you got him covered. He Only Has To Remember Two Words If he's all worked up, grab him and say all you have to remember today is two words. Two words that's all. Those two words are "I DO". Explain that when he is asked anything just respond with 'I DO'. Would you like to go the church? 'I DO'. Do you take this woman...'I DO'. Do you want a beer, take a photo, have the speeches, have the first dance ...'I DO', 'I DO', 'I DO', 'I DO'. Don't complicated the day. Tell him these two words is all you need to remember and before you know it he'll be off on his honeymoon and your job as a best man will have been a success. So there you have it The Best Way To Calm The Groom. StagParty.ie are always here to help!    

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The Fear The Best Man Goes Through

The Fear The Best Man Goes Through Everyone always talks about the groom sweating bullets on the big day. No one even considers or mentions the fear and emotional roller coaster the Best Man goes through from the moment he hears that his best friend has got engaged. So take a minute and appreciate the Fear The Best Man Goes Through. And for the love of god when you see the best man, give him a hug! The Thought Of Losing His Mate You'll hear something along these lines on a wedding day "A marriage is the start of a new life, together..." and so on. While that is true there is no mention of the ending of an era. An era where you drank the shit out of it, bad decisions were always good decisions and you didn't really have a care in the world. Except for cans! You and your mates have more than likely been friends with each other longer than the groom knows the bride. But not one mention of how you being the reason this new chapter in your mates life is happening. Sure you were the one that carried his drunk arse up to the club that night. Got him inside the door. Made sure he had a pint in hand. Then sent him on his merry way onto the dancefloor where he met his bride to be. Then proceeded to engage in a serious game of tonsil boxing. But, you won't hear that story on the day. The first time they met will be something that sounds far more romantic. So, take a minute to appreciate his sadness and fear that he'll be forgotten as the reason the couple are together. The Stag Party Weekend The Best Man is usually the lad who organises the stag party weekend. We help take the fear away of the stag party weekend being a total shambles here in Stagparty.ie. But the Best Man will be fearful everything goes smoothly on the stag weekend. Remember, he's the one that's responsible for the safe return of the groom. The fear that the groom will come back minus eyebrows, a head of hair, liver damage, scurvy or a limb is a real concern. The only thing that keeps him from tipping over the edge is knowing that we've sorted him top accommodation, a great stag party activity and a rake of shots! The Wedding Day If fearing for his own life on the stag party weekend wasn't enough. It's a return to that fearful state for the Best Man on his friends wedding day. The Fear the Best Man Goes Through on the wedding that can be split into a few categories. They are the fear of Forgetting, Insulting, Drinking, Ruining stuff, People Hating You, and The Speech. Let's take them one by one shall we. Forgetting The Best Man has so much to remember on the actual wedding day it can make your head spin and have you wake up in cold sweat. He must not forget the rings first off. As funny as it might be. The bride will cut you down where you stand. He must also not forget important people and names. Nothing worse than forgetting the bridesmaids names or the father of the bride. Drinking We all love a beer. Unlike the stag party where lashing into the beers is encouraged. You really have to watch your drinking on the wedding day until you're in the clear. The fear of striking the right balance of having a few dutch courage cans with the groom before the vows, followed by a swift pint in the local after the church just before the reception and then a few as everyone settles in for the dinner. The need for balance is very important, the Best Man has to stand up in a room in front of strangers and people he knows to deliver a speech. That's hard enough without sounding like you've reverted to cave man times and begin rambling. When you can finally relax and enjoy as much drink as you like, you'll feel like Obi Wan here! Ruining Stuff The fear of ruining stuff is real. As the Best Man this isn't your day to be fair. So when you're involved in so many key things during proceedings it can be hard not to get fearful of ruining something. Like not smiling properly in the wedding photos. If they turn out shite you're in big trouble with the bride. We've already mentioned forgetting the rings, getting pissed but you can also ruin a wedding by just being you. If the bride isn't your biggest fan and you left the groom close to deaths door after an epic stag party weekend. Then she's not going to be keen to have you up near the altar. Also if you ruin anything on the day there goes your hope of ever having a night out again with your mate. Scary thought! People Hating You This leads me nicely onto something else that the best man fears. He doesn't have this fear on a stag party weekend because it's all his mates going. And basically drinking and partying until they fall down. If that party lifestyle has led you to be more acquainted with a bridesmaid who now hates your guts. Or a family that didn't see the funny side of you and their son waking up in Galway after a night out in Cork. You're in for a long afternoon. The Speech and Insulting These two go hand in hand really. Having a open mic means you have to be so careful about what you say about the groom. You could end insulting a lot of people very quickly by what you say and even how you say it. Might want to work on not cursing so much. A real struggle for me. After that the actual speech is a mine field in it's own right. You wanna be funny but what if the joke drops like a lead balloon? Or you try and say something touching and just doesn't come out right? And what if your voice starts breaking and you're standing up there shaking like a shitting dog. It's a lot to deal with. It's only after the speeches can the Best Man really let loose. Starting to bring up the stag party weekend in a discreet corner with the lads later that night. Drink like he did on the stag party night and then settle into an all nighter with the lads in the residents bar. So next time you see the Best Man, tell him don't worry about the stag party. Stagparty.ie will sort it. But for everything else give him a hug and let him know everything will be cool. Book your Stag Party Weekend today on 051390383 and or email us on info@stagparty.ie for more details on all our stag party packages! 

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Witty And Funny Best Man Speech Openers

Witty And Funny Best Man Speech Openers The Best Man has a lot to contend with. He's the guy leading all the stag party planning with our goodselves of course. But, he also has the daunting task of delivering a funny, witty, side splitting best man speech that also doesn't offend anyone or see himself being shipped off in an early taxi home. With an great speech it's all about reeling them in at the start. So here a few Witty And Funny Best Man Speech Openers to warm up the crowd! "Before I start ladies and gentleman. The bride and groom have kindly asked me to remove from my speech anything that resembles an innuendo. I may have missed some, so If I come across anything risque, I'll make sure to whip it out straight away" "I'll just get a few formalities out of the way to start with ladies and gentleman. First off, if you have your mobile phone...keep it switched on and keep yourself entertained during this speech. Secondly, should anyone get a text with a good joke in it. Please do forward it on." "Good Afternoon Ladies and Gentleman. I'm here to deliver a speech about the Groom. However, what can I say about him that hasn't already been a topic on the Jeremy Kyle show?" "Evening all, it's been an emotional day so far...even the cake is in tiers" “Good evening everyone. The bride and groom have asked that I don’t talk about the Stag Party weekend, some of the groom’s mishaps, embarrassing moments or ex-girlfriends. So, that’s all from me, thanks all for listening!” "Everyone knows that the bride is looking stunning today. She's a wonderful woman and we can all agree she deserves the perfect man. Sadly, you don't always get what you deserve!" "Evening all, I'm the Best Man. I'm not much of a public speaker to be honest. So, if you see me looking down at this piece of paper. I'm not checking notes, it's actually a picture of the drink I'm going to have afterwards" "Being asked to be the Best Man is kinda like being called for jury duty. You don't really want to do it but you know you have too. You also have to dress up smartly and let's be honest pretend to be an upstanding member of the community. The only things is that I had no say in the life sentence given out today." "Those of you that know me, know that I'm not real big on speeches"...(Sit down) "Evening all, where do I start... (Grooms name) met the love of his life 20 years ago, when he met me" "Hi everyone. (Grooms Name) didn't have an easy decision in choosing his best man. First, he called his most charming friend, and he said no. Second, he called his most trusted and smartest friend. He said no too. Then, he asked his most good looking friend, and he also said no. Then he gave me a call, and I said (Grooms Name), there is now way I can say no to you four times." "One morning I found out that I was going to be the best man at my best friend's wedding. That wedding isn't until next summer! So, I agreed to be in this one for practice" Hopefully, these will help break the ice when you kick off your Best Man speech. We love to look after all our stags, from the Stag Party weekend to the big day!  

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