Written by Paula Jones Last updated: June 6, 2006
Wedding speech material for you to adapt, to tell the happy couple to stay in touch, even on honeymoon
‘As you get ready for your first holiday as man and wife, I want to wish you a very happy honeymoon. Don’t think of us at home, fretting over how we’re going to pay for today. And don’t forget to send us a postcard. It’ll contrast nicely with all the bills on the doormat!’
‘Of course you’ll be far too busy visiting historical ruins and scuba diving to call home every day, but perhaps you could send your old man a postcard just to let him know you’re having a good time.’
‘As Mike’s best friend I thought he’d appreciate my offer of accompanying him and Debs on honeymoon. Strangely, though, they both seemed a little reluctant to tell me where they’re going. So I thought I’d do some undercover investigating, only to find that not only has the travel agent’s number been cut out of the Yellow Pages, but it’s also missing from Mike’s address book and the Thompson Local…’
Wedding speech material for you to adapt, when you want to focus on the groom’s childhood By the father of...