Anniversary Toast – Step by Step Guide to Writing the Perfect Toast


If you’re planning to give an anniversary toast, don’t sweat it. Follow this step by step guide and you’ll do great. Whether you’re a friend or relative of the couple who is celebrating or if you are the husband, or the wife, wanting to say just the right words, then this guide is for you. You’re going to need a pen and paper in order to get your thoughts organized.


If you are the husband toasting your wife put on your romantic hat. You’ll want to say:

a. Meeting her was the luckiest day of your life.

b. Marrying her was the smartest move you ever made.

c. She is the most beautiful, sexy, wonderful, smart, giving, woman etc…. you get the idea. Be complimentary!

d. Reminisce about good times you’ve had. If you have it in you to be clever you can make sexual innuendos without being crude. Unless no one else is going to be there, in which case you can pull out all the stops.

e. Thank her for the best year(s) of you life and how you look forward to growing old together, etc… and t tell her there’s no one else on earth like her.

If you are the wife toasting your husband follow the above, substituting masculine attributes.


a. If you are called on to make an anniversary toast to a celebrating couple write down highlights of your friendship. Inject some humor here, even mentioning embarrassing little things that will get a laugh.

b. Write down reasons you see them as meant for one another. Get sentimental.

c. If they are parents, mention the kids and what an amazing job they are doing raising the perfect little darlings.

d. End it with what you wish them. Health, wealth, happiness forever.


If you really want to have some fun look up a free rhyming dictionary on the internet Then try to write it in rhyme. Your efforts are sure to be appreciated. And, if you can’t do it on your own, find someone online who will write it for you, for little money. Whichever way you decide to do it, your anniversary toast will mean a lot because of the time you put into it.


Source by Polly Pan

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