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Father And Daughter Cry In Wedding Photo

That precious moment when daddy don’t want to leave his previous daughter. So so adorable

How to Write a Father of the Bride Speech That Isn’t Boring

Here are some tips for how to floor your daughter (and the wedding guests!) with your father of the bride speech. Your daughter is getting married. It’s a monumental day for not only her, but also for you, her father. She’s asked you to present a father of the bride speech (on of the traditional father of the bride duties), and you’re probably honored, but also a bit apprehensive. You want this father of the bride speech to floor her, like she’s floored you so many times in her life. Traditionally, the father of the bride speech either starts off or concludes the wedding reception toasts, so you’ll have everybody’s attention. You, as the father, have a unique perspective on this woman standing in front of everyone. It’s time to write the father of the bride speech you’ve always dreamed of ...

The Wedding Thank-You Speech Guide Every Couple Needs

Wondering what to say in your wedding thank-you speech (or why exactly you need to give one in the first place)? Here’s exactly who to thank, when to toast, the topics to avoid and more. Aside from saying “I do,” every marrying couple has an important job to do at their reception: giving a wedding thank-you speech to show their friends and family their appreciation. But don’t freak out! Even if you’re terrified of public speaking, we’re here to help you figure out what to say and how to survive up there. Stick with us as we answer some of your most-pressing questions about the wedding thank-you speech. Why should we give a wedding thank-you speech? That’s simple: Showing up to your wedding and witnessing your marriage is a pretty generous gift, and we think each and every one of your...

How to Write a Funny Wedding Speech

You don’t have to be Kristen Wiig or Chris Rock to give a toast that’s hilarious. Here’s how to write a wedding speech that will get your audience laughing out loud. You’ve been asked to make a speech at a wedding and you want keep things funny, not sappy. The good news is that you don’t have to be Kristen Wiig or Chris Rock to give a toast that’s hilarious. Here’s how to write a funny wedding speech that will get your audience laughing out loud. Get inspired Need to find some inspiration? Brainstorm ideas while watching your favorite sitcom or funny movie, or listening to a stand-up comic. You don’t want to copy the jokes you hear word for word, but they may spark your own creativity. While it’s tempting to steal a great punch line, remember that you’ll get a bette...

The Wedding Speech Order You Need to Know

Weddings are a blast, but the speeches—whether heartfelt or hilarious—remind everyone why they’re there: to celebrate two people in love. This wedding speech order will help the reception flow nicely. Wedding receptions are, undoubtedly, about the newly married couple in love, but there is still a lot going on. Once the ceremony is over, the wedding day can quickly go from dignified to uproarious (in the best way possible, of course). The toast is possibly the last time every guest will be seated, hushed and focused on one thing all at the same time, and the right wedding speech order means that the reception will flow properly. Traditionally, the wedding speech order usually goes something like this. 1. The Best Man You might think that being best man is all about planning a raucous bache...

7 ways to leave a fantastic first impression on your partner’s parents

When your man or babe takes you home to their Nigerian mum, every of your moves and words count. When you meet the love of your life, it is often a thing between just you, your friends, your bae, her friends and some other people. Most times, neither your folks nor hers knows about it till some later time. But when the time comes to be introduced to your bae’s popsy and momsy , how can you leave a lasting positive impression on them? 1. Dress for the occasion Nigerian parents are still generally impressed by moderate, modest dressing; so that should be where you start from. You want to impress them, not appear too flashy or flamboyant. Keyword: modesty and moderacy. Start with the basics. You need to look nice, well-groomed, and clean. Pretty basic, logical stuff. 2. Keep your hands ...

What will you do if your Parents say NO to the partner you’ve chosen to marry?

To get their blessings by all means or [subtly] tell them to shove it? Judging by how much emphasis is placed on the blessings and sometimes, permission of parents on whom their kids would spend the rest of their lives with, the question above is a valid, important one with serious ramifications for people who ever find themselves caught between love and a parent’s blessing. We asked a couple of people to tell us what they’d do if they ever find themselves in this situation and here’s what they have to say? Dayo “You’ll sit with your parents and understand the reason behind that. If it’s lame or some personal, religious or cultural bias, then you can ignore them and try to convince them to accept her because you aren’t leaving her.” Ayomide “Really that would leave me in ...

How to involve your parents in wedding planning

Parents can be a great source of support when planning a wedding, but finding the right role for everyone can be tricky. Wedding planning demands a lot. Its preparations can wrap you up like a whirlwind, only to set you down the day after to realize you haven’t thought about anyone but yourselves for months! So today we’re taking a step back to think about your parents and how to make them feel included and special throughout the wedding planning phase. We have a few ideas you and your family will cherish for years to come. 1. Ask for advice Parents likely had a wedding of their own and have an experience that could guide you. Ask their advice about a problem or question in your wedding planning, and it instantly will instantly make your parents feel special and included. You don’t necessa...

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