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Toasts for 50th Wedding Anniversaries


There are several routes you can take when youíre asked to give a toast for a 50th wedding anniversary. You might want to try a funny speech. Lace your speech with jokes, humor, and clever quips. Perhaps you are feeling a speech that celebrates love throughout the years. Youíll need stories of the past that touch on how love has endured over the years. Either way you choose to go, do yourself a favor and follow some simple rules to help you make your speech memorable.

Giving a memorable toast for a 50th wedding anniversary starts with an introduction:

While you know the couple and they, of course know you, you need to do a short introduction for everyone. Tell the guests who you are and how you know the couple. This is a good segue into the short history of their life and what part you might have played in it. Start fro, the beginning with a cute story about how the couple met. Perhaps you might have been instrumental in that meeting? Give a few highlights of their life together. After all, you are all there to celebrate their life over the past fifty years. Now itís time to move into the second part of your toast for a 50th wedding anniversary.

Giving a memorable toast for a 50th wedding anniversary continues with a dash of emotion.

While the highlights of their life together is really what people want to hear about, you need to his a few points that show the couple as being real humans with struggles that they overcame, joys that they shared and here is a good place to include a couple well intended jokes at their expense. Keeping the guests feeling something whether itís deep joy or indulging in some humor is going to be the best thing you can do during your toast for a 50th wedding anniversary.

Giving a memorable toast for a 50th wedding anniversary ends with hope and a moral.

Finish your speech by imploring young couples to do as this couple has done. Show how their love has withstood the test of time. Talk about hope for the future for them and for their family. Remind the family that they will benefit from their love for years to come. Finally you want to raise a glass to this happy couple and wish the all the joy and happiness life can give. This will end your toast for a 50th wedding anniversary.

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