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Make The Most Of Your Toast

January 8, 2010

Whether you’re giving a wedding toast as a bride, groom, best-man, or friend, toasting at a wedding is both an honor and a responsibility.  It can also be a nightmare for those of us who have a fear of public speaking, or a bad case of writer’s block.

That said, as a designated toast-er, you are still expected to deliver an amazing, creative, inspiring discourse on the joys of marriage, (No Pressure!) so here are some simple toasts to get you started.


Don't (crash and) burn your toast!


  1. Today is the start of something wonderful.  Here’s to a future filled with romance, happiness, sharing, laughter, and great adventure, as your love grows with each day.  To your beautiful beginning!
  2. Ladies and Gentlemen, please join me in raising our glasses in a toast to (Bride) and (Groom).   We wish you a lifetime of health and happiness.
  3. Here’s to (Bride) and (Groom).  May the most you ever wish for, be the least you ever receive.
  4. To the Bride and Groom, may your coming anniversaries be outnumbered only by your joys and pleasures.
  5. It my pleasure to propose a toast to the happy couple, (Bride) and (Groom), we wish you good health, happiness, and a prosperous future.

Find more tips on toasting from Mojuba, click here.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. January 8, 2010 7:52 pm

    Good points, I think I will definitely subscribe! I’ll go and read some more! What do you see the future of this being?

  2. February 2, 2010 2:13 pm

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  3. February 2, 2010 5:34 pm

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