Can t think of anything to say? Here are some ideas from Toasts for All Occasions by Jeff and Deborah Herman (Career Press, 1998), which is available at the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library.
Here s to the husband, here s to the wife. May they be lovers for life.
May you share a joy that grows deeper, a friendship that grows closer, and a marriage that grows richer through the years.
I would like to thank the parents of the bride and groom, for without them, this day would not be possible.
To the wonderful couple who shows the rest of us what love is all about.
Here s to you who halves my sorrows and doubles my love.
To my twin soul: As the years pass we become more and more as one.
To a great age: old enough to know better, young enough not to care.
To a healthy year, and many of them.
On your birthday, do unto yourself as you would have the world do unto you.
To our best friends, who know the worst about us but refuse to believe it.
The Lord gives us our relatives thank God we can choose our friends.
May the friends of our youth be the companions of our old age.
Go for the gold in your golden years. You will always be golden to us.
May your children figure out quickly that retirement means got a life.
May you rediscover the dreams of youth, and apply the wisdom of experience.
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