LDS Wedding Toasts and Speeches

LDS Wedding Toasts

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Toasting to the happiness of the bride and groom is an time-honored wedding tradition. It’s often done at the groom’s dinner and especially at the reception or open house. Fun, non-alcoholic wedding speeches and toasts are possible for your LDS wedding – but require careful planning if you want them to go as expected.

The best time to do the wedding reception toasts is just before dinner is served or just after the plates are removed from the tables. No one should have to divide their attention between the toasts and a plate full of food.

A toast can be as short as 30 seconds, or…read more

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