In the wedding reception, everyone can toast for cheering up. But the main four persons to speak are the father of the bride, the best man, the groom and the maid of honor.
The father of the bride is often the first one to toast. He needs to toast for all wedding guests, to wish his daughter's sweet marriage and to welcome the groom become the new member in his family. Saying something about his family and some happy jokes are also popular.
The groom's toast is next his father in law. His toast stands for both himself and his wife. Usually, he will thanks for the love from his wife, the support from the bride's family, his own family and close friends. Thanking for wedding guests coming to his wedding is proper, as well as their wedding gifts and congratulations.
The best man often toasts behind the groom. He will share experiences with the groom in a funny and heartfelt mood. He will additionally wish the newlyweds and set the tone for the rest of the wedding reception. The bride and the groom's families and all wedding guests will be praised for creating such a remarkable memory.
After the best man speaks his toast, the maid of honor will say something about the relationship she and the bride. This toast should be short and must get the point, because everyone is weary of speeches. After she wishes the bride and groom all the best for their future, it's time for free speeches.