2.Thank you for your invitation.
3.We are here to witness the union of two lives in marriage.
4.I now give the toast to the bride and groom, Mary and Bob.
5.Today is indeed a joyous occasion for all of us present here.
6.It is my pleasure to call Mary my closest and dearest friend.
7.I’m sure everyone here joins me in wishing you two, Bob and Mary, the very best that life has to offer you in your marriage.
8.I will conclude by congratulating the young couple on their marriage, and wishing them a long life of happiness together.
9.Words can’t express what is in their hearts. Bob and Mary will never forget you for what you have done for them.
10.We are gathered here today to celebrate the wedding of my best friend, Bob and his wonderful bride, Mary.
11.It is my great privilege, on this most auspicious occasion, to say a word of congratulation to the groom, Mr. Smith, and to wish much happiness to his lovely bride.
12.On behalf of the classmates of the bridegroom, it is my great privilege to offer hearty congratulations to Mr. Smith on the happiest occasion of his life, and to his lovely bride.
13.I consider it a special privilege to wish the bride on behalf classmates the best of luck and much happiness on the occasion of her wedding.
14.I wish to conclude my speech with a prayer for the continued happiness of the newly married couple.
15.Allow me to conclude my brief speech by wishing the bride and bridegroom all happiness and the best of luck for the future.