Brides editor Jill Sieracki did a fun Q&A about the book. She writes:
"Some wedding toasts are funny, some are sappy; some come with an epically long song-and-dance routine; some are short and sweet. But no matter what the style or who the presenter, it's guaranteed toasts will be made at a wedding reception.
In her new book, Wedding Toasts I'll Never Give, author Ada Calhoun writes about marriage in a raw and relatable way, and why "the first 20 years are the hardest." We talked with Calhoun about what takes to be—and stay—married, all filtered through the lens of, what else, wedding toasts.
Read our conversation here.