Wedding Toast

             I would like to start off my welcoming you all to the wedding of my cousin Nikki and her husband Jerome. I have to say when Nikki asked me to be the maid of honor; I was touched. I was afraid that since we had drifted off as we grew up that I wouldn't even know when she was getting married, let alone be the maid of honor. However, Nikki and I were very close during our childhood years. Since we lived near each other we would hang out all the time. We were inseparable. I remember when we were kids Nikki would always dress up as a bride during Halloween. I swear she had her wedding planed by the age of seven. She even had made one of those wedding books that had everything in it. The book was bright pink with fluffy feather everywhere and when you opened it, it would sing the wedding tune. That's Nikki for you. Anyways, I am very proud of Nikki and what she has accomplished in her life. She has a Masters in accounting, which helped her become the CEO of her own company. For a beginner company it is doing excellent and it will soon go national. Jerome, though is haven't gotten to know him very well, he make Nikki radiate with happiness and that is all I care about. Though I have to say it doesn't hurt that he's a doctor. I am just kidding. Anyway, I want to thank you all for coming to celebrate with the happy couple the declaration of their love. To finish off, Nikki and Jerome, I wish you both the greatest happiness in the years to come and may all of your dreams come true. Ladies and gentlemen, please raise your glasses and join me in a toast to the happy couple. To Nikki and Jerome. Thank you

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