Tips & examples for rhyming speeches

Tips & examples for rhyming speeches

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In our article How to give an entertaining wedding speech” Did you already received many tips on which points could be relevant in your wedding speech. Now take the next step and consider what kind of speech you want to give. Essentially there is two possibilities: You hold one speech in prosei.e. in a free narrative style without rhyme, or you hold one rhyming speech. Both can be entertaining. More unusual is the rhyming speech, with which you can stand out from the other speakers. As You the perfect rhyming wedding speech Prepared and ready, the professional speechwriter will tell you below Denise Longe from Rede & Reim:

  1. Example of a rhyming speech for a bride and groom
  2. Benefits of a rhyming wedding speech
  3. Special stylistic devices of the rhymed wedding speech
  4. Stylistic devices for rhyming and non-rhyming speeches
  5. Deciding on the rhyme scheme
  6. The rhythm of your wedding speech
  7. Preparing for the big show
  8. The delivery of a wedding speech in verse
  9. The dos and don’ts of the rhyming wedding speech
  10. Assistance with a rhyming wedding speech

1. Example of a rhyming speech for a newlyweds

For example, speech can alternating between bride and groom be held, which of course brings more variety to the lecture and also shows equality. A change of speaker could take place in between.

Dear guests,

It is not a matter of course for us
that you all came today

To see how we dare
Looking to the future together as a couple.

We didn’t hurry with the wedding at first,
I took a full five years
Until I made up my mind to apply
And to arouse great enthusiasm in Birte.

The wedding planning was unstoppable after that,
With the timing we were able to exceed your expectations.
We organized the wedding in just four weeks
And you reserved this day right away.

We are happy, grateful and touched
Because your presence touches us so much.
Our heartfelt thanks go to you
With delicious food – and lots of drinks.

In preparation for a long night
Have we now thought
To you, our guests, what to say
You should then ask for details below.

We would like to start with our parents,
Those who have succeeded in the last few weeks
Balance our state of mind
At the onset of some panic signs.

Elke and Franz, you are food enthusiasts,
However, what is not at the expense of your weight,
You tried out the menus with us
And consumed numerous wines.

Karin and Johann, you dug in the garden,
To have him beautiful for our reception,
You planted and scarified
The turf perfected until yesterday.

Caroline, you have been entrusted with
to become a maid of honor as the bride’s sister,
You had a lot on your plate as the master of ceremonies
and never lost your nerve.

The role of the groom Best-Man
My friend Sven took over without hesitation,
Don’t forget my bachelor party
After missing the job for two days.

(The following follows Appreciation in groups from friends, colleagues, neighbors or individual speaker parts from the bride and groom, each addressed to the partner)

Finally, let’s mention one more thing:
It’s nice to count on you!
A new era has begun today
And only you make this day perfect!

Here’s to you and a great party!

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2. Benefits of a rhyming wedding speech

In contrast to speech in continuous text, rhyming speech can formulated more pointedly and briefly will. Due to the way it is worded, a speech comes along in verse form significantly less text out of. In the rhyming form, the language is simply more concise.

It is also advantageous that a rhyming speech own rhythm developed through the language, so that even as an inexperienced speaker you feel comfortable with a rhyming speech on the wedding floor. Of course you also have to practice a rhyming speech, at the same time you can develop your words through the rhythm of the language charming and light recite.

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3. Special stylistic devices of the rhymed wedding speech

In a rhyming wedding speech you are allowed to let off steam in the vocabulary as the mood takes you. come at it funny, whimsical and refreshing neologisms to the train, which occur less in the normal vocabulary. Of the Humor comes naturally.

Participate in your speech deliberately chosen vowels: A light vowel like “i” appears brighter than a dark vowel like “o” or “u”. By the way, you will often find mood-forming vowels in poems.

This ensures variety in the course of the verse Enjambment: Here you force a line break where it doesn’t really belong. Difficult to imagine? Wilhelm Busch provides a good example in “Max and Moritz”:

“Everyone knows what a May-

beetle for a bird.”

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4. Stylistic devices for rhyming and non-rhyming speeches

A means that can be used excellently for both prose speeches and rhyming speeches are exaggerations. Bring them in well dosed. It will be clear to any listener that your lines are not to be taken literally, but serve the purpose of clarification.

If in your wedding speech adjectives used, ideally provide clear examples. If you describe the character traits, you could put it like this: “Even as a child she was ambitious / only got top marks at school.”

In general, the following applies to rhyming and non-rhyming wedding speeches: Match the language to the audience. Depending on the dominant age, level of education and lifestyle, a different speech is used.

5. Deciding on the rhyme scheme

If you decide to use a rhyming speech, decide on a rhyme scheme: Cluster rhyme, cross rhyme, embracing rhyme or refrain – It’s your choice. Just try this pair rhyme according to the rhyme scheme aa, bb, cc, dd etc.

You don’t have to rack your brains for hours to find the right rhyme. You should let your creativity run free. If the choice of rhyme doesn’t work right away, just stop. You’re bound to have a brilliant idea later! Creativity doesn’t work at the push of a button. In writer’s block, next to a creative breakalso one online research help on the jumps. Sometimes there are completely new perspectives.

The rhyme: pure or impure

Incidentally, a syllable rhyme does not always have to be “pure”, which means that it ends in exactly the same syllable. It is also possible to find words at the end of the verse with the same stressed consonant, eg a long “o”, “a” or something similar. You can also use similar-sounding endings like -ung or -unt.

6. The rhythm of your wedding speech

find one regular rhythm for your verses and pay attention to the number of stressed syllables in a line, i.e. in the verse. Verses with four accents are very catchy, for example. Packed in a four-line stanza entertaining trains of thought can be accommodated as a unit. You can also combine verses of different lengths in one stanza and continue the speech according to this pattern. But do it best not too complicated!

7. Preparing for the big show

In a rhyming speech such as in prose speech, the following applies: Preparation is essentialright Make a note first Keywords related to content. Sketch a basic framework and then put your ideas in context. In the next step practice the speech out loud in front of the mirror. Correct your speech as long as until you can keep them liquid. It is important, too Gestures, facial expressions and eye contact to imitate all listeners in front of the mirror. So look from right to left, from front to back and later include the audience in the speech through eye contact.

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8. The delivery of a wedding speech in verse

Do not worry: You don’t have to memorize a rhyming speech. Print out your speech in large format so that you can decipher it by candlelight. Then you can read them from index cards or from paper. do rhetorical pauses and speak slowly. The listeners need the time to internalize your lines. If you rattle off your speech, you’ll finish it faster, but you only leave a fleeting impression. Instead, hit the heart of the listener. Vary the pace of speaking according to the content. Sometimes get quieter, sometimes louder and always speak so loud that everyone understands you. Pause between paragraphs unless they are closely related.

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9. Dos & Don’ts of the rhyming wedding speech

DOS:

  • First create a plan for the content of your speech in order to have a framework for orientation
  • Incorporate funny and unusual neologisms
  • Use exaggerations
  • If you address someone specifically, also look at them
  • Underline the content of your speech with gestures and facial expressions
  • Speak loudly, clearly, and rather more slowly than usual

Don’ts:

  • Don’t alienate or put anyone down
  • Don’t just focus your eyes on your hand
  • Don’t talk too long: Five minutes or less is usually enough for a rhyming speech
  • You don’t have to memorize your speech, it’s best to use printouts or index cards so you don’t have to search for the right rhyming endings
  • Do not build in clumsy, inharmonious formulations along the lines of “rhyme or I’ll eat you”

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10. Assistance with a rhyming wedding speech

You have too much stress, no timeto write a rhyming wedding speech or are you just struggling? No problem! A professional speechwriter can remedy this. Denise Longe from Rede & Reim writes you a rhyming speech according to your specifications, which hits the hearts of your listeners. By the way, they don’t even notice that you didn’t prepare the speech all by yourself. Because as ghostwriter a speechwriter stays in the background and works with utmost discretion.

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