1.) To the bride and groom – may we all be invited to your golden wedding celebrations.
2.) Please can everyone join me in toasting two young – well, quite young anyway – people in love.
3.) May the saddest day of your future be no worse than the happiest day of your past.
4.) May you live each day like your last and live each night like your first.
5.) May you both live as long as you want, and never want as long as you live.
6.) May you live as long as you like, and have all you like for as long as you live.
7.) (Groom) stole (bride’s) heart, so she stole his last name. All in all, I would say that things worked out quite nicely. Let us toast to these lovebirds on their wedding day.
8.) Here’s to the new husband and here’s to the new wife. May they remain lovers for all of life.
9.) May you have love, health, and wealth, but most importantly, may you have the time to enjoy them all.
10.) May your love be modern enough to survive the times and old-fashioned enough to last forever.
11.) A toast: may all sweethearts become married couples, and may all married couples remain sweethearts.
12.) Here’s to the groom, a man who keeps his head even as he loses his heart.
13.) To the lamp of love – may it burn brightest in the darkest hours and never flicker in the winds of trial.
14.) To the two secrets to a long-lasting happy marriage: Here’s to a good sense of humor – and a short memory!
15.) It’s been a privilege to be their best man – everyone please join me in raising their glasses to the happy couple.
16.) For each petal on the shamrock, this brings a wish your way. Good health, good luck, and happiness for today and every day.
17.) May all your hopes and dreams come true, and may the memory of this day become dearer with each passing year.
18.) Happy marriages begin when we marry the one we love, and they blossom when we love the one we married.
19.) To you both, it’s worth bearing in mind that neither of you will ever be perfect, but you can be perfect together.
20.) Before we raise our glasses to the happy couple, I’d like to make a toast to wives and lovers everywhere – may they never, ever cross paths!
21.) May the joys you share today be the beginning of a lifetime of great happiness and fulfillment.
22.) May you see each other through many dark days and make all the rest a little brighter.
23.) May the joys of today be those of tomorrow. The goblets of life hold no dregs of sorrow.
24.) May your heart be light and happy. May your smile be big and wide. And may your pockets always have a coin or two inside.
25.) True love stands by each other’s side on good days and stands closer on bad days.
26.) I’d like you all to join me in wishing the new Mr and Mrs (name) all the wealth, health and happiness in the world. To the bride and groom.
27.) May you have warm words on a cold evening, a full moon on a dark night, and the road downhill all the way to your door.
28.) Before we raise a glass to the newlyweds, I’d like to share a Pauline Thomason quote with you: ‘Love is blind – marriage is the eye-opener.’ To the happy couple!
29.) Live life to the fullest – remember, this is the first day of the rest of your life.
30.) Love believes, endures, and hopes. And above all things, love never fails. Let us all raise a glass to [bride,] [groom,] and the unfaltering love that they share.
31.) Please make sure your glasses are charged and join me in toasting the new Mr and Mrs [NAME]. Ladies and gentlemen, to the bride and groom!
32.) May you get all your wishes but one, so you always have something to strive for.
33.) To the bride and groom, may I wish you health, may I wish you happiness, may I wish you wealth – and everything else you could wish for.
34.) May your troubles be less and your blessings be more, and nothing but happiness come through your door.
35.) Rich or poor, quick or slow, may you know nothing but happiness from this day on.
36.) May you be poor in misfortune, rich in blessings, slow to make enemies, and quick to make friends.
37.) To the bride and groom, may the roof above you never fall in and may you both never fall out.
38.) (Groom), take (Bride)’s hand and place your hand over hers. Now remember this moment and cherish it because this will be the last time you’ll ever have the upper hand!
39.) Here’s to a sweetheart, a bottle, and a friend. The first beautiful, the second full, the last ever faithful.
40.) Here’s to the bride, may your hours of joy be as numerous as the petals of your bridal bouquet.
41.) Here’s to the groom with the bride so fair, and here’s to the bride with groom so rare! Here’s to marriage: one soul in two bodies.
42.) There are two lasting bequests we can give our children. One is roots. The other is wings. Here’s to you soaring together.
43.) To be able to find your soul mate is a true blessing. Let us raise a glass to the bride and groom. Thank you for sharing your blessing of happiness with all of us.
44.) May your heart be warm and happy with the lilt of loud laughter every day in every way, and forever and ever after.
45.) But rich or poor, quick or slow, may you know nothing but happiness from this day forward.
46.) May your thoughts be as glad as the shamrocks, may your hearts be as light as a song, may each day bring you bright happy hours that stay with you all year long.
47.) May you be friends to each other as only lovers can, and may you love each other as only best friends can.
48.) May your love be added, never be subtracted, and may your household multiply and may your hearts never be divided!
49.) Here’s to the past, for all that you’ve learnt and to the present, for all that you share. Here’s to the future, for all that you’ve got to look forward to.
50.) May you have all the happiness and luck that life can hold. And at the end of all your rainbows may you find a pot of gold.
51.) May your love always be added, may it never be subtracted, may your household multiply and may your hearts never be divided!
52.) They say you don’t marry the person you can live with, you marry the person you can’t live without. That sums up (name) and (name) perfectly. To the happy couple!
53.) (Bride) and (Groom), before I finish, I’d like you to turn to face each other. You’re now looking into the eyes of the person who is statistically most likely to murder you. To the bride and groom!
54.) To the lovely bride and groom, here are my wishes for you. May you always have a place to call home and may you always be surrounded by those you love.
55.) May the future hold your happiness and your future hold your health. May your heart hold your love, and may your arms hold your babies, yet to come. Here’s to your future happiness together!
56.) May the blessings of light be upon you, light without and light within, and in all your comings and goings, may you ever have a kindly greeting from them you meet along the road.
57.) May the light of friendship guide your paths together and the laughter of children grace the halls of your home. May the joy of living for one another trip a smile from your lips a twinkle from your eye.
58.) May thy life be long and happy, thy cares and sorrows few and the many friends around thee prove faithful, fond and true. May your voyage through life be as happy and as free as the dancing waves on the deep blue sea.
59.) 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.
60.) Raise your glasses to both [daughter’s partner] and me as we’ve each gained something this fine and blessed day. He/She gains a wife and a companion for life – while I gain a whole new stack of bills to pay.
61.) My wish is that your marriage will be a thing of beauty and a joy forever, always as beautiful as you are today, (Bride). And may the loveliness of your marriage increase with each year. Here’s to the bride and groom.
62.) Watching [bride] and [groom] together has renewed my faith in true love. I am so honoured to be a part of this special day. Let us toast to the two people who have brought all of us together in this room today.
63.) Before I take a seat I have one last task to perform, and it’s a task that is both my honour and my privilege. Ladies and gentlemen, please raise your glasses and join with me in wishing the newlyweds a long, healthy and very happy future together. To [Bride and partner]!