The most common speeches at a wedding are the Honored Attendants (Best Men/Maid(s)/Matron(s) of Honor) and the Prayer/Blessing. The Honored Party Dinner Toasts does NOT have to be performed by an honored party member, though it traditionally is. However, these toasts should be made by a member of your wedding party if the honored attendants are not doing one.
The Newlywed speech is given by one or both members of the newlywed couple to welcome and/or thank guests and other specific individuals for their contributions to the event.
Sometimes, the father of will give a speech (or mother or both parents), which is common. They also may be the one to perform the welcome/thank you speech instead of the newlyweds.
Possible, but not as common, are 's parents also giving a speech.
If the parents of either newlywed are absent or deceased, it is not uncommon for another family member to give the speech in their place.
NOTE: It is always recommended to limit yourself to no more than four speeches (Not including the Blessing/Prayer) at your event.
It is also NOT RECOMMENDED to do any speeches, besides a possible end of the night thank you, after the Main Dances have begun.