How To Win Over The Crowd With Your Wedding Toast
If you find yourself walking up to the microphone to deliver a wedding toast, make sure you're bringing your 'A' game by doing this!
How do you make sure your speech makes your child smile? How can you represent your child in the best light without causing embarrassment o
The speech you give at a Bar/Bat Mitzvah service shouldn't follow the same rules as a speech given at the party. Here's why.
When it was time to write my speech for my daughter’s Bat Mitzvah I thought it would be easy. After all, I knew my daughter inside and out. I had a lifetime of memories to showcase. And I’m a professional speechwriter! But when I sat down to compose my thoughts I found myself overwhelmed by just how much I had to say. And I must admit I felt a certain pressure that this speech, in particular, be one to remember. So I took a deep breath and followed the same advice I use
Every couple planning their wedding is focused on putting their unique stamp on the big day. Weddings today are more personalized than ever before, with couples paying attention to every detail that will reflect who they are as a couple. More and more, couples are challenging themselves (and the vendors they hire) to think outside the box and come up with something that’s never been done before. As a professional speechwriter specializing in wedding and other special occasi
Politicians, CEOs of major companies and celebrities are just some of the people who have teams of professional speechwriters who help them day in and day out. But just because you aren’t famous doesn’t mean you can’t enlist the help of a professional speechwriter, particularly when it comes to special occasions. In fact, those of you who are asked to speak at Claire’s and Bob’s wedding or Mom’s 65th birthday are often those who need the most help. Some people are naturally