You're expected to make a toast at someone's wedding, but what do you say? How do you honor the big day and the new couple without embarrassing yourself or them? Putting some thought into it in advance will make a world of difference in your speech, so here are some ideas to get you started.
- <img alt="Write a Wedding Toast Step 1 Version 2.jpg" src="http://pad3.whstatic.com/images/thumb/d/dd/Write-a-Wedding-Toast-Step-1-Version-2.jpg/670px-Write-a-Wedding-Toast-Step-1-Version-2.jpg" width="670" height="503">1Consider whom you are toasting. You can toast whomever you want, of course, but if the wedding is formal or traditional, there might be some conventions you're not aware of. Ask around. Here are some guidelines:
- best man toasts to the bride
- maid/matron of honor toasts to the groom
- father of the bride toasts to the couple
- bride and groom toast to their parents and the guests