Do’s and Don’ts wedding toast and cheers. DO: Keep the focus on the newlyweds. This is not about you. DON’T: Mention any old flames or problems the couple may have overcome in the past. Look ahead to a happy, loving new life. Explain your connection to the couple. Maid of READ MORE…

Part 1: https://www.weddingcompass.com/wedding-reception-rehearsal-dinner-toasts-part-1/ The importance of a wedding reception or rehearsal dinner toast. Just as important as planning your seating chart, or a menu suitable for everyone’s palate, is the importance of when to conduct a toast and choosing those who will be toasting you. The toast is often ignored READ MORE…

Part 2: https://www.weddingcompass.com/wedding-reception-rehearsal-dinner-toasts-part-2/ The length of the wedding reception or rehearsal dinner toast is important. The best toasts are short and sweet, no longer than a couple of minutes, and the content clean and suitable for a diverse audience.  Those giving toasts should remember the guests attending are more than READ MORE…

The role of the wedding toasts can vary depending on the person who is giving the toast Author: Laurie Snyder While traditionally the father of the bride toast the newlyweds, more mothers of the bride are grabbing the mic and some of the spotlight for themselves. The format for both READ MORE…