Is It Time for Toast Yet? When to Toast the Bride and Groom at a Wedding
The Wedding Guru Judy Lewis fields this week's wedding questions.
Today: When is the perfect time to toast the bridal couple? (Hint: Not during the vow exchange)
By Judy Lewis
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There’s nothing worse at a wedding than an awkwardly timed toast. (No, breaking up the father-daughter dance is never a good idea!) Thankfully, it’s pretty easy to figure out the best time to raise a glass. Read on...
A Valley bride asks: “When do you toast to the bride and groom? Is it before dinner, or afterward? Before the first dance? After the cake is cut? (Or before?) Does the deejay announce when these things take place? I’m having an outdoor wedding and the reception is a few feet away from where the guests sit for the ceremony.”
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