Wedding Toast from the Parents: What to Say

Need to make a wedding toast to your child on their wedding day? We've got some sample 'from the parents' toasts to inspire you


"The man or woman you really love will never grow old to you.
Through the wrinkles of time, through the bowed frame of years,
you will always see the dear face and feel
the warm heart union of your eternal love." -- Alfred A. Montapert

May our children be blessed with rich parents!

"It is written: when children find true love, parents find true joy.
Here's to your joy and ours, from this day forward."

"Happy marriages begin when we marry the one we love,
and they blossom when we love the one we married."

"May your wedding days be few and your anniversaries many."

Long life and happiness - for your life will be my happiness

May you live as long as you like, and have all you like for as long as you live

To the bride and groom - may the roof above you never fall in and may you both never fall out

To the bride and groom - may I wish you health, may I wish you happiness, may I wish you wealth - what else more I wish you

To the lamp of love - may it burn brightest in the darkest hours and never flicker in the winds of trial

Congratulations on the termination of your isolation and may I express an appreciation of your determination to end the desperation and frustration which has caused you so much consternation in giving you the inspiration to make a combination to bring an accumulation to the population.

To the newlyweds: May "'for better or worse' be far better than worse

May your love be modern enough to survive the times and old-fashioned enough to last forever

Here's to love, laughter
and happily ever after.
As (Groom) and (Bride) start their new life,
Let's toast the new husband and wife!

"To the man who has conquered the bride's heart, and her mother's."

"Here's to the groom, a man who keeps his head though he loses his heart."

"Here's to the bride and the bridegroom,
We'll ask their success in our prayers,
And through life's dark shadows and sunshine
That good luck may always be theirs."

"May your joys be as deep as the ocean,
and your troubles as light as its foam."

May the best of their past be the worst of their future

"Here's to marriage, that happy estate that resembles a pair of scissors: 'So joined that they cannot be separated, often moving in opposite directions, yet punishing anyone who comes between them.'"


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