Wedding toast material for you to adapt, if it's your big day The groom traditionally toasts the bridesmaids/maid of honour. He may also choose to toast his wife, and his…
Written by Paula Jones Last updated: June 6, 2006
Wedding toast material for you to adapt, if the happy couple aren’t first‐timers
Second marriage speeches can be tricky, so be tactful when you make your toast. Always check your words out with a close family member first.
‘There was once a very famous and successful Avis car rental advertising campaign, that simply said: ‘We’re number two. We try harder.’ Well this may be marriage number two for this happy couple but like Avis, they’re sure to turn their experience to their advantage. So please raise your glasses to the bride and groom!’
‘Sue and Colin are so good together that it’s hardly surprising that they’ve decided to give marriage another try. All weddings are special occasions, but perhaps this one is even more so, because it represents a second chance of happiness for both of them ‐‐ and they’ve decided to grab it with both hands. Good luck to them! Please raise your glasses to the happy couple and wish them all the very best for the future. To the happy couple!’