Monthly Archives: May 2010

Reception: Tips for Bride’s Toast

While it is not a tradition for the bride to give a speech, more and more brides are opting to say a little something. Previously the bride had her new husband speak on her behalf. If you would like to say a few words, please by all means do so this is your wedding after
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Ceremony: Tips for Groom Toast – Part 2

Reception Tips: Go ahead and breathe a sigh of relief now, you are married. While the pressure isn’t completely off at least your goal, (getting hitched) is accomplished! This time you will probably be thanking her parents as most likely they are the ones putting on much of the event. Also, thank them for creating
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Ceremony: Tips for Groom Toast – Part 1

Typically the groom will give two toasts, one at the rehearsal dinner and one again the next day at the reception. There are a few differences as to what is said at which event and so below is a guide to help you create some smooth toast delivery. Rehearsal Dinner Tips: There are two big
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Reception: Tips for Maid of Honor Toast – Part 1

Tips for giving the Maid of Honor toast Typically the best man serves as the toastmaster. But this isn’t to say he will be the only one delivering a speech from the wedding party. It is a wonderful gesture to give a toast at the wedding reception because you want to and mandatory if asked
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Reception: Toasting Tips – Part 2

What to stay away from. Be sure to avoid very lengthy stories or stories that you have to know way to much back story on. Think about this, if you might have to say: “you had to be there.” it’s not the best story for this. Any stories that involve excessive indulgence in alcohol. Or
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