Long gone are the days of boring wedding toasts and speeches, and this one is no exception. When your maid of honor throws on giant sunnies and a fur coat for her toast, you know you're in for a good ol' Grammy-worthy performance. This MOH sang a unique rendition of Adele's Top 40 hit, "Hello," for her wedding toast — making the crowd go bananas — in this hilariously funny wedding video.
With the rest of the bridal squad as backup dancers, this maid of honor began her dramatically original version of "Hello," sharing the couple's inside jokes for the wedding reception guests, reports Pop Sugar. "Hello couple of the night, my bridesmaid's dress is way too tight. I remember when we all took a look and saw that you two made it official on Facebook," she crooned (surprisingly on-key) to the captivated audience, who was giggling away.
The bride's leading lady definitely hit a home run, nailing her performance and hitting the major maid-of-honor speech musts: keeping it short and sweet, addressing the groom, having a good time, practicing beforehand, and poking fun — but leaving out R-rated embarrassing moments.
This just goes to show that major bridal-party-performance planning is a thing, and there's a lot of pressure on the maid of honor and best man to 'wow' with their speeches. Whether you blame The Voice, Glee, or the two bridesmaids' hysterical wedding toast that went viral, there's a big trend emerging — the song mash up to roast the bride and groom.
And while the real music video has Adele holding a flip phone and tea, this maid of honor kept it low-key by only adding a few props to her ensemble — albeit cheeky and personal lyrics that had the crowd in hysterics. "Let me tell you how these two are for sure meant to be — they both have the same feet; they love to laugh, they love the Bills, and of course their favorite place is Tracy's [Bar]. It's no secret that Romer wears Baby Gap t-shirts," she sang to a room of chuckles. At the end, she even asked the crowd to stand up and dance and clap along.
Right on cue after her line, "wait — does this mean Romer is my brother for life? Oh God, why?" followed by a mic drop, she rounds it all out with a few sweet and sentimental lines about the couple. Clearly this isn't her first rodeo in the entertainment department. The perfect MOH speech, if we do say so ourselves. Bravo!