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Sample Wedding Speech


I think we could all agree that my sister Abby is truly a beautiful bride. Look at her face and you can see that beauty for yourself. Well, as Abby's big sister, I'm here to tell you that her beauty is NOT simply skin-deep. It goes right to her warm and lovely heart. When the subject is Abby Trapasso, now Abby Thompson, I consider myself an expert. And I've got a few things that I'd like to say about this lovely bride who is also my dear sister, a great person, and my best friend.

In our family, it's no secret that we didn't have the easiest childhood. Our mom was a single parent and she had to work hard to support us. Mom did a great job, that's for sure. But we three kids had to fend for ourselves a great deal of the time. I was the oldest. Our brother Jim was second. Abby was the baby.

I was eleven, Abby was five, and I used to pick her up from kindergarten and together we'd walk home, a distance that was over a mile. On rainy days I'd carry her so she wouldn't get wet or sick. I'd cook her dinner every night and she loved my "specialties" which included such gourmet fare as Oodles of Noodles, mac and cheese and hot dogs. She never complained -- about dinner or about anything. Always had a smile on her face and a kind word for everyone. Sweetness personified. That was -- and IS -- my sister Abby.

One special memory I can recall is a song by Rick Springfield. It's called "Jesse's Girl." Jim and I always used to sing this song, and we'd change the lyric to "Abby's Girl." Abby loved the attention -- and she loved the song. In fact, she used to dance around and sing it - often at the top of her lungs.

Years later, when Jim and I were almost all grown up, our mom met a wonderful man named Frank Phillips. They got married and finally Abby had a dad. Frank wanted to do everything for this little girl. He even put her through college. Abby is the only member of our family who's a college graduate, and I can't tell you how proud of her we all are.

Now, Abby is all grown up -- as you can see. My sister, beautiful person, beautiful bride. And best of all, Abby met and fell in love with a wonderful guy named Bruce Thompson. They're very special individuals, these two, and together they make an extraordinary couple. They love to cook, they enjoy working out, they love their two dogs, Buster and Roxy, and they just love to spend time together. In fact, it's truly a rarity that you will ever see them apart from each other.

As I said before, Abby is one of the most kind-hearted and loving individuals I have ever known. She and Bruce have a lovely home in Georgia. Not too long ago, my husband James and I, along with our two girls, Madison and Meghan, moved from Virginia to Georgia. It was going to be a while before our new home was ready, so Abby and Bruce had all of us move right in with them. There was no discussion. They just said "stay with us until your home is finished." I don't know how we can ever thank you guys for your kindness, your generosity and your support. I can try, but whenever I do I get all choked up.

Abby, I want you to know this: I am so proud of you, and so proud to be your sister, that I could just burst with happiness. Today, on your wedding day, I wish you and Bruce all the very best things that this life can offer. May you always be as happy as you are right now. And may you derive everything that you want out of life, including health and joy and full appreciation of all that you have -- because you have each other.

Abby, I am serving notice that I intend to be there always, just like in the old days…to walk you home, to keep you safe and warm and dry, and to offer encouragement and support whenever you might need it, all life long. My love for you will never end. And even though you're a fully capable, outstanding woman of the world, my instinct will always be to care for you, to protect you, and to love you…like my best sister…and my best friend.
Love,

Julia

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