Toasts have been a part of wedding celebrations for hundreds of years, possibly one of the oldest wedding traditions. How many times have you been to a wedding and the toasts were great? They were probably more along the lines of boring or worse embarrassing. One of the secrets to a good toast is being prepared. ‘Winging it’, unless you are a professional comedian, generally doesn’t work (and professional comedians very rarely ‘wing it,’ what appears to you, in a performance, as a spontaneous remark has actually been rehearsed many times to sound ‘spontaneous.’)
So what are the secrets to giving a good wedding toasts? The following link that will give you some insight on what makes a great wedding toast. Brides you may want to send this link to anyone that you think might want to give a toast at your reception.
(Thanks to the folks at ThinkrTV)