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Does the mother of the bride give a speech at the rehearsal dinner?

Does the mother of the bride give a speech at the rehearsal dinner?

The Mother and/or Father of the Groom Speech According to tradition, the mother and father of the groom give a speech during the rehearsal dinner. This is because traditionally the groom’s parents hosted the rehearsal dinner while the bride’s parents hosting the wedding.

What does mother of groom say at rehearsal dinner?

Mother of the groom’s wedding rehearsal dinner speeches I’m Lizette, the mother of the groom and I thank everyone for being here for my son and his wife. Bryan, you’ve always been a son after my heart, one I’m proud of. And I couldn’t be more proud of the man that you’ve become.

Who speaks first at a rehearsal dinner?

the father of the groom
The host of the rehearsal dinner (traditionally the father of the groom in a heterosexual couple) gives the first speech. This person is followed by members of the wedding party that won’t be speaking at the reception (typically anyone other than the maid of honor and the best man).

Should the mother of the bride make a speech?

“Explain why their marriage makes you happy and/or heartfelt wish for your daughter’s marriage,” Parks says. Close with a toast. “At weddings, it’s customary to end with a toast,” Reing says. “But, remember to toast the couple, not just your child.”

Who Walks mother of the groom down the aisle?

groomsman
Traditionally, a groomsman should walk the mother of the bride down the aisle. However, as with most details of a modern ceremony, the couple getting married is free to make any adjustments or choices they would like when wedding planning.

What do you say to the mother of the groom?

may you continue to love, grow, and laugh together from this day forward. Let’s raise our glass to Jason and Donna. Today we celebrate your wedding and may you continue to celebrate your marriage from this day forward. I wish you both all the happiness that life has to offer and my love is with you both always.