Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Wedding Toasts to the Bride and Groom :: Wedding Toasts Roasts Speeches

Wedding boozes to the Bride and GroomThe amphetamine HandThe following tidbit began a wonderful and personal ruckle to the bride and groom John, take Emilys hand and place your hand over hers. Now, return this moment and cherish it... because this will be the last time youll of all time have the upper hand Toilet RollLet us all hope and pray that your married bearing is desire this great deal roll - soft, strong and ever so long.Never Lie, Cheat, and Drinkwhitethorn you never lie, cheat or drink. entirely if you must lie, lie with to each one other. And if you must cheat, cheat death. And if you must drink, drink with us for we all revere you and wish you both the love and happiness of which you deserve. Let Us ToastLet us goner the health of the bride, let us toast the health of the groom, let us toast the priest who tied. And Id personally like to toast every guest in the room. assert, Steal, Lie may you swear, steal, and lie.Swear by all thats good and true. Steal away your cares and sorrows. And lie in the arms of the one you love. Live as long as you postulate May you both live as long as you desire and never want as long as you live. To daylights LoveMay the love you express to each other today, always be the starting line thoughts during any trying times in the future. Love that GrowsI forecast the love you both have in each others marrows and as your love grows for one another, may you look back on this day and know this is when you loved each other the least. Leave It To The ExpertIll be toasting the bride and groom with Shakespeares sonnets. Shakespeares sonnet 18 for the brideShall I compare thee to a summers day?Thou art more lovely and more restrainedRough winds do shake the darling buds of May,And summers lease hath all in any case short a dateSometime too hot the eye of heaven shines,And often is his gold complexion dimmdAnd every clean from clear sometime declines,By chance or natures changing course untrimmdBut thy deathles s summer shall not fadeNor lose possession of that fair thou owestNor shall Death brag thou wanderst in his shade,When in eternal lines to time thou growestSo long as men basin breathe or eyes can see,So long lives this and this gives life to thee.Shakespeares sonnet 53 for the groom

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