How do you end a toast to the bride speech?
- Please raise your glasses in honor of Bride and Groom.
- Join me in honoring the marriage of Bride and Groom!
- With love and happiness, here's to you, Bride and Groom!
- Cheers to the happy newlyweds!
- Let us toast the happiness of Bride with her new husband, Groom!
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Just so, how do you end a wedding toast?
It is customary to end the toast to the bride (and groom) by saying, “And now, ladies and gentlemen, may I ask you to rise (if they are seated; if they are standing only ask them to raise their glasses) and join me in wishing the charming couple health and happiness.
One may also ask, what do you say at your daughter's wedding? My daughter is a princess to me, and will always be my little girl. May happiness and joy be with her always. You could also toast to the couple together, rather than giving a toast single-handedly to your daughter.
Considering this, what do you say in a bride's toast?
Traditionally, the order of wedding reception toasts goes like this:
- The best man toasts the bride.
- The maid/matron of honor toasts the groom.
- The wedding host/financier (traditionally the father of the bride) toasts the couple.
- Other parental figures of the couple toast the couple.
What do you say after a toast?
Many of my friends say foreign toasts: "Salute!" (Italian), "Prost!" (german), "Sláinte!" (Irish), or "Za zdorov'ye!" (Russian). I guess they're pretty pretentious. Most Americans say "Cheers!" or "To your health!"