Taking of Wine, or informal toasts, is almost always taken between courses at formal dinners such as Masonic festivals and awards ceremonies but can also be included at weddings as it is an opportunity for the Bride and Bridegroom to acknowledge the presence of particular guests, such as other couples engaged to be married or celebrating an anniversary. At Louise and Richard’s wedding they were ‘pleased, honoured and delighted’ to take wine with guests who had travelled a great distance to be with them that day, as well as members of the hen and stag parties.
There are many stories about the origins of the wedding cake, and most of them are about as believable as the one I’m about to tell you…
…and if you want hear the rest of the story, drop me a line.
(Video clip by Martin Aust – Posterity Video)
From time to time I shall be posting short blogs which I hope you will find interesting; please follow the links below:
Wedding Blogs… including Brother of the Bride // Changing Names // Breaking the Glass // Waistcoats for Bridegrooms // Wedding Speeches // Who Goes Where at Weddings // Mixed Faith Weddings // Cutting the Wedding Cake // Bridal Favours // Wedding Cheese Cake
Other Blogs… including MoSCoW Rules // History & Role of Toastmasters // Challah // Grace and Loyal Toast // Raffle Tickets // Address to the Haggis
Be assured that I will always work with your best interests in mind, so please contact me to discuss your event.
John Ashmele FGPT
Fellow of the Guild of Professional Toastmasters
Graduate of the Professional Toastmasters’ Academy
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