Unless you have been stranded on a deserted island for the past decade like the 48 people in the television show Lost, you probably heard that Prince Charles had a second wedding.
Unlike the first one to Princess Diana, his wedding to Camilla Parker Bowles was shrouded in controversy. Queen Elizabeth did not attend the wedding ceremony, Prince Charles had to publicly acknowledge his sins and wickedness, and his second wife was the target of many jokes.
However, with speechwriters at his disposal, one thing that Prince Charles didn't have to worry about was writing a memorable wedding speech. And neither do you!
We have absolutely no clue on how to sew a wedding gown. However, we can artfully weave the threads of our vivid imaginations, relationship issues, newsworthy stories, popular culture, and gems of quotes into the fabric of the information that you provide us with about the bride, groom or any other member of the wedding party to create a truly original, memorable wedding speech.
Whether you want a sensitively sculptured wedding speech that bursts with the ecstasy of youthful love, a funny roast marinating key members of the wedding party in the juices drawn from their amusing personalities or wicked past, or anything in between, we will write a rhythmic, lively and evocative wedding speech customized to your unique and exact specifications
Our wedding speech writers can also sprinkle some French and Italian text into your speech if a multicultural crowd will be attending the wedding reception.
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"Until his sister's wedding two summers ago, Mario Ridolfi had never written a speech. Yet the three-minute speech he made at the wedding was a smash. 'People were speechless. Half the hall was crying,' Ridolfi recalled.
Only Ridolfi didn't write it. ... Ridolfi's Cyrano was Alan Milevoy, founder of Words2Touch"