off by introducing yourself and how you know the couple.
Mention how much you enjoyed the ceremony, if you were touched by
their vows or the elegance of the ceremony or even the uniqueness of
the ceremony. Make some special comment on the proceedings.
a positive comment about the bride and grooms relationship. How
special they are to have found each other or what a great couple
they are. A memory you have of the couple could always be told here
could always insert a joke if you are a comedian but make sure it is
respectful of the couple. Toasts should always be a warm
and personal tribute to the couple so keep it clean, sweet and
quote or poem could always be read on their behalf.
on cheerful note by congratulating them or wishing them well.
Express your hopes for them in the future.
Hopefully you’ve remembered a glass to cheer to them! You can say
to the bride and groom or use their names instead of bride and groom
and then Cheers!
Don’t give a
toast when you are drunk.
what you say and short and sweet.
up past relationships.
you look presentable before going up in front of all those people.
release any future plans the couple may have confided to you and
don’t predict they are going to be doing things in the future that
you are not sure about.
Keep costs and wedding gifts out of the toast.
talking about your own marriage unless you have a positive and
helpful tip for them. ie. to cherish and love each other from now
practice your speech before hand and let someone else read it to
make sure if sounds alright.
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