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Rehearsal Dinner Toasts

The rehearsal dinner-usually held after the wedding ­ eve rehearsal for the bride and groom, their families, attendants, and selected attends ­ allows any guest present the opportunity to toast the happy couple and others.

Toasts from Parents to Parents

''I' d like to ask you to join me in toasting two wonderful people without whom this wedding could never have been possible: the mother and father of our soon-to-be daughter-in-law, Lynne-Mr. and Mrs. Brown."

Toasts from Parents to Couple

"I don't need to tell you what a terrific person Lynne is, but I do want to tell you how happy Brett's mother and I are to welcome her as our new daughter ­ in - law. Here's to Lynne and Brett!"

Best Man Toasts

"Brett and I have been friends for what seems like a lifetime now and I've always noticed what a lucky guy he is. Tonight, all of you can see just what I mean as you look at Lynne. Please join me in a toast to both of them. May their lucky numbers keep coming up for the rest of their lives."

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