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What are some wedding toasts appropriate for the father of the bride?

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A wedding toast appropriate for the father of the bride is, "I raise my glass to toast my daughter. She’s dreamed of this day, and now her dream has come true, complete with her very own Prince Charming. I wish you much happiness in your new life together."

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According to Wedding Central Australia, the father of the bride's wedding toast should first introduce himself, welcome guests to the wedding and thank them for attending the event and celebrating the occasion.

Then, he should tell the guests about his daughter. For example, "As I look at my daughter, the bride, I can’t help but reflect on all the years I was lucky enough to watch her grow and become the beautiful woman she is today. She captured my heart on the day she was born, and I became more and more in awe of her as the years passed by. She’s my little girl, my princess and my ray of sunlight, and no matter what her age, she’ll always be those things to me."

The father of the bride's toast should also offer sentiments about his new son-in-law and offer personal marital advice to the couple. Finally, the father raises his glass and proposes a toast to the health and happiness of the newlyweds.

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