- May your joining together bring you more joy than you can imagine.
- May your love for each other only strengthen as time goes by.
- May your love shine brighter and your companionship grow richer with each passing day.
- May you both be blessed with lifelong happiness.
Beside above, what do you say in a congratulations engagement?
- “Congratulations on your engagement! …
- “With heartfelt congratulations on your engagement,”
- “You’re getting married! …
- “I just knew it was only a matter of time. …
- “This is just the best news I’ve heard in a long, long time. …
- “I had a feeling about you two.
Consequently, how do you say congratulations professionally?
- “Congratulations on your well-deserved success.”
- “Heartfelt congratulations to you.”
- “Warmest congratulations on your achievement.”
- “Congratulations and best wishes for your next adventure!”
- “So pleased to see you accomplishing great things.”
What can I say instead of congratulations?
- felicitations. Congratulations! Well done! 138. …
- kudos. Credit or praise for an achievement; glory; fame. …
- good work. …
- congrats. (Informal) A short form of congratulations. …
- good-for-you. An exclamation of encouragement. …
- way-to-go. (Idiomatic) an expression of congratulations approval. …
- compliments. Advertisement.
- best wishes.
- “Couldn’t be happier for you!”
- “Wishing you every happiness together!”
- “Congratulations on your marriage and best wishes always!”
- “Here’s to the love that brought you together!”
- “I knew the love you had was something special. …
- “I love to see two people who deserve happiness so much find it with each other.
Engagement Wishes to a Friend
- May you bring each other as much happiness as your friendship has brought to my life—and more!
- Congratulations to a wonderful friend on his/her new fiance.
- So happy for the both of you. …
- Of all the big life events we’ve celebrated together, this one tops the list.
I wish you all the best today and always. I am so happy to celebrate this special day with you both. Happy engagement day brother! Dear Brother, may both of you forever be blessed with love, joy, happiness, health and long life together.
The definition of congrats is a casual way to say congratulations.
are perfectly idiomatic in English, although ‘a’ precedes a plural noun. I think native speakers would say a big congratulation if the singular form was idiomatic when congratulating someone, but it’s simply not. Although the following are commonly said and heard in speeches, they do sound a little formal.
So, following this principle, many should not be used with thanks and congratulations. But, think that thanks and congratulations are used in plural forms and considered plural. Also, plura Verbs are used with both these Nouns. And that’s why few, several, many can be used with both of them.