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Want an exotic location and a cultural experience; think globally with your honeymoon destination.
Here is list of the most popular honeymoon destinations in the world:
Don’t want to purchase a passport? Here is a list of top destinations in the U.S
New York, New York
Las Vegas, Nevada
Cape Cod, Massachusetts
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What do you want to do on your Honeymoon? Rest and Relax, Exploration and Adventure, or a Bit of Both? To help you decide and plan WeddingLDS.com has several articles and checklists to make everything as easy as possible. The hardest part will be choosing where to go. Start Here: How to Plan a Honeymoon
From Butterflies in your stomach to a full-fledged hurricane, having anxiety about giving a wedding speech or toast can put a damper on enjoying the day. In this article there are several helpful tips to help you be as successful as possible in delivering your speech. Such as, get information as to when you will give your speech and where is the microphone. Practice, Practice and more Practice to become comfortable and familiar with what you are saying. For more strategies and tips Click Here.
#1 The Attention Grabber: A joke or personal story
#2 The Introduction: Introduce who you are and your relationship to the couple
#3 The Quote, Poem, Advice, or Thought: Sage advice
#4 The Toast: Well wishes for the couple
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Traditionally, toasting starts with the father of the bride (who traditionally pays for the reception), followed by the father of the groom, and trades between families. A sample order might be:
1. Parent(s) of the bride toast the couple, guests, and grandparents
2. Parent(s) of the groom toast the couple, guests, and grandparents
3. Maid of honor toasts the bride (and groom)
4. Best man toasts the groom (and bride)
5. Groom toasts the best man, the bride, their parents, and thanks guests
6. Bride toasts the maid of honor, the groom, their parents, and thanks guests
The most important thing is not the actual order of the toasts, but the fact that you know the order ahead of time and have relayed that information to all participants. There should be no awkward pauses between toasts.
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A speech is a short talk meant to honor the wedding couple and their family. It usually lasts between 3 and 5 minutes and may include personal stories, anecdotes, heartfelt expression of feelings, and readings of relevant quotes, poems, or scripture verses. A speech is usually (but not always) concluded with a toast.
A toast is a short statement of well wishes to the wedding couple and their family, followed by a signal for guests to raise their glasses and drink. This could be something like “Please join me in toasting” or simply raising your glass high so guests follow your lead. Toasts usually conclude a speech, but can also stand alone.