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Special milestone Anniversaries, (25th, 50th, etc.) are celebrations all of us plan for.  We think...

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 'A Wedding Anniversary Party' 


Special milestone anniversaries, (25th, 50th, etc.) are occasions that all of us generally plan for.  But, we think every anniversary should be a time to celebrate a successful marriage with family and friends!!  Fun will be had by all, as you roast the happy couple with good hearted stories and toast the upcoming years of marital bliss. 

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Customize these invites with the honorees' photo.  Ask the guests to prepare a story (or several) for the primary activity of the evening... A "Roast" to the happy couple!  Let them know that the funnier the story, the better.  After all; you're looking for a 9.9 on the laughter "Richter Scale"!!


The Scene:

Place 'Flame Lamps' around the room to create a 'fiery inferno' for "The Roast".

Place the honorees' table at the front of the room, so they can face guests giving the roasts. Position the other tables adjacent to the head table.  Drape the tables with fiery red tablecloths, and top them with Himalayan Fire Bowls

Turn the couples wedding photos into posters to hang on the walls.





The Roast- Ask the couple's close friends and family to share a short story (or several stories!) about the couple.  Remind everyone to keep it all in good fun, using common sense and compassionate humor.  Depending on the number of guests; you may want to limit the time for each roast to 3-5 minutes.  As the host, start the fun with a humorous introduction of the guests of honor.  Vote on funniest and best roast!

The Toast- Serve champagne... And, with glasses raised, begin the toast.  As the hostess, you will start with three words, then each guest will add three more words until all have participated.  Now, give each guest a slip of paper and ask them to write down the toast as they remember it.  Collect the slips and read each aloud.  The guest with the closest rendition wins.  (You will need to designate someone to write the toast contributions down as they are given)

"The Couple" Trivia-  Make a list of little known facts about the couple.  Have the guests sit in a circle and designate one guest to answer the first question.  If that person doesn't know the answer they are out of the game and the next person tries to answer.  Continue  the questioning until one person (the winner!) remains.





Menu: ("Toasted" and "Roasted" Small Bites)




The Music:

Earth Wind & Fire: Greatest Hits