Giving that maid of honor or best man toast is not an easy thing to do.Say for instance you already know exactly what you would like to say and how you want to say it. You’ve got a couple humorous stories sprinkled in that will entertain the audience while not awkward the bride or groom.
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You have a couple heart-felt lines that you know will mean a whole lot to the couple and will impress the friends, family, and invited guests in attendance. And you have that perfect last line — the consummate end to your three second long toast — which may bring applause when you finish lifting your glass. I, however, say there’s still much to learn. Your final major hurdle?Becoming accustomed with toast etiquette.To start searching for what you’ll have to do, try finding out where and when you’ll be giving your best man or maid of honor toast. Will it be at the rehearsal dinner? And in that case, where is the rehearsal dinner located? If the dinner is going to be held in a less formal atmosphere in front of only some family members and a couple of friends, then you are able to a slightly less formal address — and vice versa. Say you are told you will be giving your toast at the wedding reception, only after the initial dancing but before dinner (when everybody is still there). Oh, and the reception is being held in the ballroom at the local country club or 4-star resort. Hearing this could allow me to get a far more formal toast than if I were delivering the address in the former scenario. All in all, it is essential that you”understand” your crowd. Know whom you’ll be talking to throughout the big moment and then plan accordingly.For help with the remainder of toasting manners, visit [http://www.ToastEtiquette.com] – There you will find a list of sites (and other information) which supply the best information on the internet in regards to planning and then providing the perfect wedding toast.