Anniversary toasts celebrations should include both nostalgia for past memories and expressions of hope for the future.
It may be that you want to make a toast to your husband or spouse, or to friends or your parents. Whichever is the case, the same principles apply.
Also, remember some of the key principles in making toasts. The toast is normally the part at the end of a speech when everyone drinks to show their support for the words someone has expressed. For example, Good health or Happy anniversary.
Here are a few suitable for anniversary toasts occasions.
"Congratulations on the first fifty years. You certainly seem to have got the hang of it now. We wish you all the best for the future."
"With fifty years between you
and your well-kept wedding vow
The Golden Age, old friends of mine,
is not a fable now."
John Greenleaf Whittier: The Golden Wedding at Longwood
"It seems but yesterday we met
A sweet memory I hold
And now we've made it 50 years
Let's celebrate in gold"
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