Customized Anniversary Toasts

An anniversary is a special time. A celebration of life. No matter if you are newly-married or are honoring a love of many years, send the very best with a loving toast made by PoemsToGo.

Perhaps you are the bride wishing to say “I love you” to your husband. Or perhaps you are a relative of the couple celebrating 50 years marriage. We’ll take your information, reflect on your relationship and write a beautiful toast for you. They range from 1 - 2 minutes in length. You can choose your length on the order page.

Dear Amy, "I can't express enough how wonderful your anniversary toast was. You incorporated all my feelings towards my husband. All I can say is you are one talented lady." Many thanks again, Angela

So now it's your turn. Place your order or click the ORDER NOW button at the top of this page. We’ll send you a toast questionnaire. Just fill it out thoroughly and then email it back. Once we have received your completed questionnaire, we will deliver your toast to you in 4 - 5 business days.

If you need it sooner, please be sure to check off the Rush Link found on the order page.

For any and all questions, please feel free to get in touch or call 508-330-0028 today. We look forward to writing for you.

"Amy,
Little did I know when I googled on to your website how my wish for the perfect wedding toast would be fulfilled. Thank you so much. It is fantastic. You have hit on every vital aspect of Michelle and Joe. The price paid is worth every cent."
Sincerely, Margaret, Staten Island

Dear Amy,
"I'm very pleased and happy with the toast! I will certainly use you and your services again. It is a true talent you have."
Sincerely, Nancy, Boston, MA

This is really a beautiful occasion -- the 50th wedding anniversary, the GOLDEN anniversary -- of our parents, Sam and Stella Falsetta. On behalf of my brothers, I'll say this: We three have sure been lucky to have those two as our parents. We always felt that way.

When we were young, mom and dad had their hands full trying to make ends meet. Dad drove a truck, mom went back for her nursing degree. During the week, mom was away, at school. My point is this: Dad was the one who cooked for us. We had more chipped beef on toast than the US Army in both world wars. That's not a complaint. Far from it. We were always well-fed, and well-loved.

Dad always lit mom's cigarettes. He never lit one for himself without lighting one for her, too. All that lighting up, we're convinced, led to dad's carpal tunnel diagnosis. Of course, the happiest ending of all to this little story is that mom and dad quit smoking years ago.

In 1964, dad and his brother and their uncle opened a restaurant/bowling alley. We all worked there and it was great. Dad sold that place years ago, but mention the Casa Nova to anybody in our community, to this day, and they still remember it with a lip-smacking smile.

Mom and dad were always incredible when it came to being a friend, to offering a helping hand whenever it's needed. Mom has nursed many friends through all kinds of hard times. And dad, the Jack of all trades, has helped many as well --in all kinds of ways.

For family, for friends, for stray animals, for anyone, mom and dad have been there with help and kindness and love. Their generosity -- in every way -- is amazing, and inspiring. I can tell you a million stories, including the one of when our widowed uncle died and left three young boys, mom and dad took those boys into our home and raised them.

What's more, in this day and age when the divorce rate is around 50%, and when so many people seem to be out for themselves first -- or themselves alone -- mom and dad continue to serve as the greatest, sweetest example of what love and respect and commitment are all about.

On behalf of my brothers, we thank you all so much for sharing this wonderful occasion with us. And we ask you to join us now in a toast to Stella and Sam. Mom and dad, we love you, we thank you and we wish you many more wonderful years ahead. You deserve only good things. In fact, because you ARE the best, we wish you ONLY the best. Forever.

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