From the best man's speech to words from the maid of honour,
here are some things that are considered a faux pas.
Do not use profanity.
Do not recall drunken nights together.
Do not include any sexual anecdotes.
Avoid name-calling or any derogatory nicknames.
Do not speak ill of the family.
Avoid racist remarks and jokes.
Refrain from long-winded stories that have no point.
Keep focus and aim not to blabber.
Never mention any anecdotes of the couple arguing.
Try not to include incredibly embarrassing moments.
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