a wedding or good luck toast

Italian translation: Viva gli sposi!

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English term or phrase:a wedding or good luck toast
Italian translation:Viva gli sposi!
Entered by: M.C. Bitti

15:50 Nov 30, 2004
English to Italian translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary - Folklore
English term or phrase: a wedding or good luck toast
I am getting married and would like to print an traditional Italian toast in English and Italian in the wedding program and on the favor. The quote could also have to do with food and drink. The quote will be printed on a cooking apron.
Becky Provolt
Viva gli sposi!
Explanation:
Viva gli sposi! (typical for wedding)
Mille di questi giorni! (for wedding, birthday...)
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M.C. Bitti
Italy
Local time: 16:50
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Thanks. What is the English translation. Is there a traditional toast the means "one hundred years of health and happiness"? or something like that?
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M.C. Bitti


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Viva gli sposi!


Explanation:
Viva gli sposi! (typical for wedding)
Mille di questi giorni! (for wedding, birthday...)


M.C. Bitti
Italy
Local time: 16:50
Native speaker of: Native in ItalianItalian
Grading comment
Thanks. What is the English translation. Is there a traditional toast the means "one hundred years of health and happiness"? or something like that?
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