Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) March 01, 2013
On March 1, Cameron Amigo, a spokesperson from speech-writing company, Laugh Staff, responds to an article published by Uncommon Help on the ways to write a best man speech.
Uncommon Help reports that, there are certain routes to go about writing a good speech. Speeches, according to Uncommon Help, are generally stories, which contain a beginning, middle and end. Speeches need to tie all of these things together.
“People often have no idea how to construct speeches or where to start,” Amigo said. “Every statement must have a specific purpose. Whether it is a setup, punch line, or filler, it must have a reason for being in your speech ”
The article also advised that speeches should not be read. The article said, “Your role isn’t to impart factual information.”
Amigo said sometimes people try to make speeches sound proper, when in reality it should be just an amiable chat. “At Laugh Staff, we go over the basics with each client and help them deliver the most memorable [best man speech,” Amigo said. “This includes advising them on how to speak, when to take a long pause, when to make eye contact with the bride and groom. Every detail adds up to making a hilarious best man speech.”
Uncommon Help reports that certain stories can be inappropriate for a wedding and people should always consider their audience.
“You might be a really funny guy, but clueless to speaking in front of people,” Amigo said. “You have to remember the entire wedding isn’t just your friends and the groom’s grandma might not appreciate hearing stories about his crazy college years. Our writers at Laugh Staff prepare funny material that everyone can relate to without finding it inappropriate.”
Laugh Staff provides speech-writing services to friends and family of the bride and groom. They assist best men and maid of honors in speech editing, speech writing, and training on speech delivery. Recognizing the importance of the big day, best men and maid of honors work with comedians to ensure their speech is memorable.