Those are the tricks. But how does a Maid of Honour wedding poem look written down? Here’s an example of one, where a Maid of Honour remembers the bride meeting her now-husband on a girl’s night out.
So, I believe that you met on a girl’s night out,
Andrew fitted in well with his curls and his pout.
He soon fancied Alice from the NHS crew,
And the feelings were mutual, after a drink….or two…?!
With a wish to impress his lovely new Beau,
To romantic Nandos they did go.
A half roasted chicken, no sides, was the main,
And to all our surprise, she saw him again.
We were all very sad when Alice moved away,
But I guess it was worth it for this special day.
To the bride and the groom for whom we’re all very pleased.
And next time, Andrew, take her to Zizzi’s.
Fit in as many honest stories about the bride and the groom and everyone will be laughing, proving you don’t have to rely on run-of-the-mill gags. Poems help all of these stories come to life.
So good luck writing it, but, most importantly, enjoy the applause you’ll get after you deliver it!