Groom'S Father'S Toast?

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A groom's father's toast is given toward the end of the wedding reception. The father will usually talk about how much the couple being together means to him and how he looks forward to them spending the rest of their lives together. Some will also mention the desire for grandchildren in the future or inject a bit of comedy. The toast is traditionally rather short but some individuals may feel the need to stretch it out further to get their feelings out there.
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Prepare well ahead of time and practice your toast on people of various age and sex from both sides of the wedding party. If you are good at telling jokes in front of people, use
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1. Start by asking the father of groom for advice on any traditions that he may know of from that side of the family. Possibly ask him how he planned his wedding and possibly ask
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Dear Des, Generally at the wedding reception, the father of the bride will give a welcome (if the parents are hosting) and if he wants can incorporate a toast to the bride and groom
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