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Top 10 Tips on Writing a Funeral Speech

Do you need help with writing a funeral speech?

Writing any speech is hard work no matter where you are going to speak or who the audience will be; but writing a speech for a funeral is going to be just that little more difficult. You have to ensure that what you write is appropriate and that it is not going to cause any offense or confuse anyone while still conveying a message to everyone there about the deceased. This is why many people that have been asked to provide a eulogy will look to get professional advice and help with writing a funeral speech.

Our tips for writing funeral speech

There is a lot more to consider when writing a funeral speech than for many other speeches as it is of course a highly emotional event, The following tips however will help you to write your eulogy in a way that will be memorable and appropriate to the occasion:

  • Consider the tone that you will use; while it may be ok to use a little humor and be lighthearted about a grandfather who died after a long life you would have to take a more serious tone for a young adult who died in tragic circumstances
  • Consider the audience carefully; who will be the people there, will it just be family or work colleagues or members of the wider community? You need to make your speech relevant to the crowd, no point talking about what happened at work if the only people in the crowd are from their family
  • Keep your speech short but concise, a long rambling speech will let the audience drift off into their own thoughts
  • Open by introducing yourself and your relationship with the deceased and how you met them
  • Introduce the deceased also, mention something specific about their family
  • Decide on a theme; for example a strong family person, a helpful neighbor, a practical joker; introduce your theme in your opening few lines so that the audience knows what you will talk about
  • Illustrate your theme using clear examples of what they did and how it made people feel etc. Use just 3 or 4 examples so as to keep it brief
  • Provide a clear ending or conclusion to your funeral speech that refers back to the start of your speech
  • Use easy to understand language that everyone will understand and relate to
  • Read the speech aloud to check its flow and if people would actually recognize the deceased from what you have written

We can help with writing a funeral speech

If you are unsure of how to start or what to say when writing a funeral speech our highly professional service is here to help you with the very difficult task. Through us you will be able to work one on one with a highly experienced funeral speech writer who will know exactly how to put together a unique and moving funeral speech that will keep the attention of the audience. Our services are backed by a full satisfaction money back guarantee as well as always delivered on time. So if you need help writing a funeral speech just contact our professional speech writers using our easy to use ordering process here online.