Tips for writing wedding toast if you are the father of the bride:
1- Keep is short, simple and sweet
2- Do not embarrass your daughter or her groom:
3- Do not push for laughs:
4- Do not mention the ex’es:
5- Don’t just talk to your daughter but everyone else:
6- Toast must mention both bride and groom:
7- Show gratitude:
8- If you can not write then pick popular ones:
- “There are two lasting gifts that we can give to our children. The first one is roots and the second one is wings. We always wanted to give [bride] a strong foundation and a support system that would always be there for her never what. But we also wanted her to have wings so that she could one day go and build a life of her own”
- “Our family is very close-knit and sure, our family tree has some nuts on it, I won’t say who. But I have to say that [groom] fit right in with us from the moment we met him. And I am glad to say that we did not scare him away. He is still here and now he is family”
- “I raise my glass to toast my daughter, (Bride’s name). She’s dreamed of this day since she was a young girl, and now her dream has come true, complete with her very own Prince Charming. (Bride & Groom), I wish you much love and happiness in your new life together As I look at this beautiful woman before me in the lovely wedding gown, I can’t help but reflect on the girl she was and the woman she has become. She became “Daddy’s Girl” on the day she was born and has always been a princess to me. All through her life, she has brought joy to her mother and me, and while not every day has been perfect, the love I feel for her has been.
- “Let us raise our glasses and toast the happy couple. The bride has been like a ray of warm sunlight on my soul from the day she was born. Now, she begins a new life and there will be another man to whom she will turn for love and protection. But I want her to know her father will always be there for her. Cheers”
- “Coming together is a beginning.
- “To keep your marriage brimming,
- “A toast to sweethearts – may all sweethearts become married couples, and may all married couples remain sweethearts. It now gives me great pleasure to propose a toast to the happy couple. Look at (Groom) and (Bride).
- “I lift my glass to honor my daughter on this her wedding day. It is hard to find the right words to express the depths of my feelings.She is a fine daughter, and I am sure she will make as fine a wife. I am filled with a curious mixture of joy and wonder. Joy at the happiness I see in her eyes, and wonder at the miracle of seeing my baby child grow from a little girl to a woman”