Trying to find a toast for my grandparents 50th Wedding Anniversary?

March 24, 2013 | By

Question by Natalie O: Trying to find a toast for my grandparents 50th Wedding Anniversary?
I am trying to find a great speech or toast for my grandparents 50th Wedding Anniversary. I am a terrible public speaker, but I would really like to give them a wonderful toast they can remember. Does anyone have any ideas for the speech, or perhaps where I could find a great pre-written toast.

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Answer by Mignon F
First you can sit down and write your best memories of your grandparents, take some from your parents and other family members. You could also google for poems.
I would start personal and then go to the poem found and who knows, you might be able to write one from the info given.

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  1. teri P

    50th Anniversary Wedding Speech *Free Sample
    Use it. It’s free!
    First, I want to thank all of you so much for coming. I can’t begin to describe how much it means to Reginald and me that you are here with us to celebrate our 50th wedding anniversary.

    Reggie, for fifty years we have been married. What was I thinking?! I’m kidding, of course. I still remember that day fifty years ago when you became my husband. It was raining out, but you were sure to hold an umbrella over my heard so that not a single raindrop touched my head.

    It was a beautiful ceremony. I can remember looking into your eyes as we recited our vows. It was at that moment I knew that my life was finally complete.

    Reggie, you’ve been a huge inspiration to me throughout our marriage. Even when times were band, you always stayed positive. When Emily was born and had to stay in the intensive care unit for several months, you always tried to stay positive for me. It if wasn’t for you, I would have completely fallen apart those months.

    You’ve inspired me to be a hard worker. After the twins came and I had to work loses to take care of them, you picked up a second job so that we would have enough money to get by. I don’t know how you did it those days when you had to wake up at five in the morning and didn’t drag yourself back into the house until ten o’clock that night. You were exhausted, but never failed to give me a kiss, and talk with me about my dya. Sometimes you would fall asleep while I was talking, but I knew you would hear me so I could continue to talk to you.

    It is those days that I think about when I contemplate giving up. When I think about stopping work, when the car breaks down, when life throws me a curve ball, I think about those nights when you would drag your tired body into the house but never cared about yourself, and instead turned the focus and your attention on me and my day.

    Reggie, you have made my life simply wonderful. I want you to know how happy you have made me, but words cannot describe it. You’ve brightened by life in large ways and small. Having you wake up next to me for the past fifty years, knowing that you’re there for me through thick and thin has made life worth living.

    It is because of these reasons that I would like to give you a gift. It’s a picture of us fifty years ago and one of us today, with a quote weaving between them. The photos illustrate how our love has grown and lasted, and the quote vocalizes the many years of love we have yet to come.

    Thank you so much for marrying me on this day fifty years ago.
    Here’s my favorite link:

  2. Liz R

    Short ‘n’ Sweet,

    Watching a young couple in love is joy,

    But watching an aging couple in love is bliss.

    When a couple has cherished their marriage for 50 yrs,it certainly calls for a 50th anniversary toast.

    Just type in 50th anniversary,and see what pops out…….