Tips to Toasting!
It's a very popular subject, and a very common question... What are the true rules to toasting at a wedding?
Today I want to talk a little bit about wedding etiqutte! There are so many categories to a wedding, and the etiquette that comes with every aspect of pulling off a successful wedding and event. Think about it, someone is always getting married, there are always events to celebrate, and it never hurts to know a little etiquette that comes with the important moments of an event. This goes especially for those who are giving the speeches!
So almost every wedding includes a toast from both the bride's side and the groom's side. If you are chosen to be the person that speaks on behalf of the bride or groom, you should be honored because it truly is a privilege!
So what's the etiquette to giving the all time toast, and how do you pull off the most unforgettable speech? Well, I have included a couple pointers to make sure you stay on the right track to starting, building, and ending with a great toast!
Tips to Toasting
1) Plan Speech in Advance 2) Introduce Yourself 3) Keep it Short 4) Don't leave out the Spouse 5) Speak with Confidence 6) Think Before you Speak 7) Practice, Practice, Practice 8) Be Relatable 9) Be Sincere 10)Be Yourself
*Read below for details of each. If you follow these steps to building your toast, you will succeed in leaving a memorable and unforgettable moment for not only the bride and groom, but for all the guests as well!*
I hope this list helps guide you in the right direction to the perfect toast. If there is anyone you know who is need of a little guidance in writing a speech or toast, please pass this guide along to them, or share the blog with them. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns.... please feel free to comment below or contact me by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are in need of inquiring a wedding planner or event coordinator, looking for tips, advice, or guidance... please don't hesitate to contact me as well! I'd love to help or contribute where I can!