1. Use the right words
There is no need to use high words in order to write a beautiful speech, as long as the words you write come straight from your heart and are meaningful and true.
You can start the speech with a warm welcome to all the guests who came to your event and honored you with their presence.
2. Match the content, use common interests
When writing the speech keep in mind the audience you are talking to, whether it is your family, your parents and grandparents or whether it is your classmates.
Try as much as possible to find common interests you can speak about in your speech.
3. Make it interesting
Think about ways to make your speech interesting like using some humor or writing it like you are telling a story.
Another great way is to make your speech personal and tell about yourself things that you want to share with your audience, like what does it mean for you to be a Bat Mitzvah girl.
4. The credits
The end of your speech, as is expected, should be dedicated to say thank you to those who accompanied you on your journey and helped you get to this exciting day.
Try not to forget anyone, and if you do, no to worry, it is your special day so you will probably be forgiven.
Here is an example of a special speech in rhyme that you can copy and use and even change as you wish:Good evening dear family, friends and guests,
Thank you all for coming to honor me and celebrate
The most important day of my life, it is not obvious
And I am happy to see you here so joyous
This is the day I turn into almost a grownup
And it could not have happened if not for the backup
Of the one above who decided one day
That the world without me is not the same
So, he brought my parents together so they
Can bring me to life to stand here today
My special dad, the one and only
That always has time for me, so I’m never lonely
Always making sure we are happy and safe
I love you more then life itself
My lovely mom, tender and caring
Always patient, never stops worrying
Thank you, dear mom, I love you so,
For giving me your heart and all your soul
And of course, thank you my grandpa and grandma,
May you all know happy and healthy days for evermore
Warm wishes I send to my uncles, aunts and cousins
May we meet only is happy occasions
And not to forget my amazing sisters and brothers
Who help me in so many ways (to get into trouble)
I know they love me, and I love them the same
Even if we fight sometimes, it’s only a game
I also want to thank you, all my dear friends
Who support me whenever I need a hand,
I love being with you and talking over the phone for hours
Now take another selfie – with me, not with the flowers
Because today is my Bat Mitzvah, so put it on Instagram
And now, let’s all have some fun!
Love you all!