Toasts Throughout Dinner

Our parents welcomed the guests (Asian tradition). Then, the best man and maid of honor made toasts after the first soup course. Then, after we made several rounds around the room, our brother and sister toasted us to welcome us into each family.

All images were taken by Mitch Ranger.

Parents first!

Toasts

Toasts

We ate a course and they kept the drinks coming. Yummy drinks.

Toasts

Toasts

Guests enjoying grub

Guests enjoying grub

Guests enjoying grub

Guests enjoying grub

Guests enjoying grub

Best Man’s turn.

Toasts

Toasts

Toasts

Maid of Honor’s turn.

Toasts

Toasts

Toasts

We took a break and went table to table to greet the guests. In a Chinese/Vietnamese wedding, this is traditionally where the oldest person at the table toasts the bride and groom and hands them all of the gifts with well wishes. The menu was timed pretty well for us to get through all of the guests.

Toasts

Toasts

Toasts

Toasts

Right before the last course, Kevin took the stage. His toast was half in Vietnamese and half in English.

Toasts

Toasts

Toasts

Lexi wrapped it up, telling the groom not to mess with our family! She doesn’t mess around either!

Toasts

Toasts

Toasts

Toasts

Thank you so much for the kind and funny words!

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Share: Facebook Twitter Email | Comment
Filed under: Actual Wedding, Reception.

Tags:

Leave a Reply