Is it normal for the bride to want to pre-approve parent speeches before the wedding?

The bride has sent a message to all 4 parents informing us that if we want to make a speech we need to get it to her 2 weeks before the wedding (assuming so she may approve it or not). Wouldn't a speech given at a wedding be like giving a gift- you don't submit it for pre-approval?
lam0618
Asked May 11, 2016
Well I think you should, because I'm scared that my mom might embarrass me, or even worse she would tell a story form when I was little. But anyway I like to think that you could ask your parents what they would say. What ever they would have said on that day wouldn't be as special anymore. It's really up to you though, and you're parents will always embarrass you.
imonlyasking
Answered May 11, 2016
When we are thinking about choosing a life partner it is difficult to share with your parents. But in my own experiences, Being a doctor. I am looking for a doctor life partner and I shared it with my parents. They gave me a suggestion to register a matrimonial site named "Doctorsworldwide.in". I became a member here hope I will get a perfect match making for me.
Ejones
Answered Nov 05, 2016
Edited Nov 07, 2016

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