Wedding Toasts & Speeches: Finding the Perfect Words
Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2007 - 96 pages
It isn’t easy to find the right words when toasting the bride and groom, but this collection can help even the most tongue-tied rise to the memorable occasion. There’s wisdom, humor, and comfort in these proverbs and sayings, which come from both the famous (Kahlil Gibran, Mark Twain, John Lennon and Paul McCartney, Gloria Steinem) and the not-so-famous, and cover a wide range of subjects. Different chapters offer suggestions focusing on best wishes, dreams, love, passion, and the past, present, and future. Some are short and pithy; others are full speeches, and they address such questions as “Can You Afford Marriage?” and “The Way to Happiness.” A final section on how to be a good speaker will help anyone enrapture the crowd.
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