Best man jokes for weddings in November

Browse below for timely and topical material in ready-to-use best man speech form. A last minute addition to your script that connects a news story that has only just broken to a wedding day theme will show the audience just how razor sharp, witty and informed you are.

Displaying 16 topical best man speech jokes

  1. For weddings October 1 - November 30

    This may be an autumn wedding, but (Groom) and (Bride), you still have the spring and summer of your relationship in front of you. You'll know when you've reached autumn because that's when things get shrivelled and start dropping off.

  2. For weddings October 1 - November 30

    An Autumn wedding always makes me think of nature's bounty and abundant harvests. Not to mention burying my nuts...

  3. For weddings October 1 - November 30

    I love the idea of an autumn wedding, especially with all the pretty foliage we're surrounded with. I also see (Groom) is getting into the spirit of the season. He started out the morning looking positively green, and with all the compliments he’s been receiving through the day, has been turning deeper and deeper shades of red. No doubt at some point, he'll realise the fate of all leaves, and end up on the floor.

  4. For weddings November 1-30

    It’s ‘Movember’ again, the annual charity drive that encourages men to grow a moustache for a good cause, and apparently (Groom) was keen to take part. In the end (Bride) talked him out of it by pointing out that it’s customary to sleep together on one’s wedding night. A pretty persuasive argument!

  5. For weddings November 1-30

    Now, I know it’s traditional for the best man to paint an unflattering picture of the groom’s former girlfriends, but, I don't want to get into all that. However, suffice it to say that most of them are currently participating in Mo-vember...

  6. For weddings November 1-30

    As most of you will know, (Groom) is a soft and charitable person. Had it not been for his wedding, his face would be painted purple to mark his participation in this year’s "Mauve-ember".

  7. For weddings November 4-10

    It's fitting that (Groom) is getting married the same week as bonfire night, when typically an effigy of Guy Fawkes is burned on a bonfire. It's always good to remind new grooms of what could happen if you try to overthrow your leader.

  8. For weddings November 2-5

    So, it seems apt that (Groom's) wedding coincides with Bonfire Night, a night when people gather together in the hope of fireworks, lots of money goes up in smoke and with any luck it ends with a bang.

  9. For weddings November 5

    Today of course is Guy Fawkes Day, when we’re traditionally told to ‘remember, remember the fifth of November.’ (Groom), let’s hope that little rhyme comes in handy every year from now on when you ‘remember, remember some flowers to send her.’ Otherwise there’ll be fireworks.

  10. For weddings November 19

    On this day back in 1994 the first National Lottery draw was held, which seems apt as (Groom) has won his own personal national lottery by winning (Bride)’s heart. And who’d have thought it possible? I mean, look at him and look at her, the odds must've easily been 14 million to 1.

  11. For weddings November 22

    Thirteen years ago today, England beat Australia in Sydney to win the Rugby World Cup, an event which surprised many. And here we are again, another no-hoper having done astonishingly well.

  12. For weddings November 24

    Today's wedding coincides with that historic day back in 1859 when Charles Darwin published his ground-breaking book ‘On the Origin of Species’. I mention this because for some time we suspected that (Groom) was the missing link.

  13. For weddings November 21 - November 27

    Congratulations to (Groom) and (Bride). And how appropriate that this is the week of Thanksgiving, when we can give thanks for so many things. Good friends getting together, a couple bonded by their love, and a father of the bride who is springing for an open bar.

  14. For weddings November 21 - November 27

    Congratulations to (Groom) and (Bride). And you got married the week of Thanksgiving - the day we eat more food and gain more weight than any other day in the year! So I think I speak for everyone when I say that you two newlyweds aren't the only ones who are looking forward to taking your clothes off tonight.

  15. For weddings November 21 - November 27

    How fitting that this wedding takes place the week of Thanksgiving, as I'm sure that (Groom)’s parents are giving plenty of thanks that he's now someone else’s responsibility.

  16. For weddings November 25

    On this day back in 1867, Alfred Nobel patented dynamite, which is ironic as (Groom) has a reputation for being fiery. If (Bride) doesn’t handle him carefully tonight, he’s liable to explode unexpectedly.