Some examples of wedding wishes include: "May your love continue to grow," "Wishing you a blessed eternal union," "I am happy to share in your joy on this day" and "May the years ahead be abundant in happiness.".More casual wording and tone can be adopted depending on personal preference.
There are several ways to express wedding wishes, ranging from long thought-out formal letters, to short and sweet messages quickly sent or spoken. If the couple to be married are close acquaintances or long-time friends of yours, you might opt for more casual wedding wishes, perhaps interjected with some humor such as "Thank you for the free food. Have a great life together!" Similarly, sharing a memory of the couple or a personal anecdote acts as a good introduction to expressing meaningful wedding wishes.
If one of the parties to be married is a family member, for example a sibling, reflection on how you've witnessed them grow since meeting their partner and the happiness that has entered their life is a more personal and heartfelt way of giving your blessing as well as wishing the couple well. If you are a parent to the bride or groom, wishes such as "Welcome to the family!" and "Looking forward to getting to know you even more" are appropriate.