Father of the Bride jokes for weddings in July

The best thing you can do to keep any speech relevant and fresh is to have a few topical jokes thrown in to the mix. These should all be related to the day and occasion though; this isn't your audition for Have I Got News For You. Whether it's a public holiday, a chunk of tawdry celebrity gossip or a football team getting an absolute leathering; reference it if it fits the bill. Our selection of topical father of the bride speech jokes gets an update more often than a Windows operating system. See, topical right? Kinda.

Displaying 5 topical father of the bride speech jokes

  1. For weddings July 1-31

    On happy occasions like this we should be grateful for the continued health of our friends and families, so in light of recent events I’d like to take a moment out of today’s festivities and ask you all to bow your heads and offer a moment’s silence, for all those who’ve been affected by the appalling tragedy…that was England's defeat to Iceland at the European Championships.

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  2. For weddings July 1-31

    You’ve got be careful planning a wedding in a month of sporting events. It would be awful to miss watching a Great British triumph in a major world competition. Fortunately, (Bride and Groom) set a date that was far enough into each tournament to ensure no chance of British involvement… juuuuuust after the national anthems.

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  3. For weddings July 4-7

    A few days ago on the 4th July, Americans celebrated their historic parting from Great Britain with fireworks and barbecues. We're here to celebrate a marriage, not a divorce - but we're going to have an historic party all the same. And if I carry on rambling, if my wife’s expression is anything to go by, there may well be fireworks later….

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  4. For weddings July 8

    So I’ve been looking for a historical date or a special day from July that I could tie into my speech, and I found one. July 8 is the Annual National Rifle Association Day. I really don’t understand why people are so keen to keep guns around the house. Surely anyone who’s been married for more than about five years knows it’s a bad idea, right?

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  5. For weddings July 21

    (Bride & Groom), were you aware you’re sharing your wedding day with the anniversary of the first man on the moon? And while you may never have actually been on the moon, I can see today that you’re both very much over it.

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