- Congratulations on your wedding engagement!
- Congratulations to a beautiful couple. …
- Congratulations to the future bride and groom! …
- Congratulations on your new journey together.
- Congratulations on taking this exciting step together.
- Congratulations on finding each other.
Considering this, how do you say congratulations on 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.
Also question is, how do you congratulate someone 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 do you say to an engaged couple?
Engagement Congratulations Messages
- You’re engaged! …
- Congratulations on this exciting time in your lives!
- Well, this is BIG news! …
- I hope your future together is filled with infinite happiness, laughter, and love.
- This is the beginning of your happily ever after. …
- Yass! …
- Congratulations to the future bride and groom.
Formal Wedding Wishes
- “Wishing you a lifetime of love and happiness.”
- “Your wedding day will come and go, but may your love forever grow.”
- “Best wishes on this wonderful journey, as you build your new lives together.”
- “May the years ahead be filled with lasting joy.”
- 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.
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.
Cute Engagement Captions
- The easiest “Yes” I’ve ever said.
- Does this ring make me look engaged?
- We’ll be the cutest old couple ever.
- All the feels.
- We’re getting married (!!!!)
- The beginning of forever.
- My person… for life.
- I said yaaaaaas.
I look up to you so much — I hope one day to have achieved all in my career that you have achieved in yours. Thank you for being a great mentor and teacher. Thank you for motivating me even when I wanted to give up. You have been a fantastic mentor and teacher and I hope to learn much more from you in the coming years.
- Congratulations on your well-deserved promotion!
- Good luck in your new position.
- You should be really happy and proud of your success.
- Hope this promotion brings all kinds of new challenges and opportunities for you.
- Way to climb that corporate ladder!
- You worked hard for this and you deserve it.
Examples include, “I want to be the first to congratulate you on your promotion,” or “Great job on all your hard work that led to your promotion.” Other possibilities include simple phrases such as, “Cheers on the new job,” or “Job well done.” Make sure to include just a few congratulatory statements to make your …
How to Write a Congratulation Letter
- Write the congratulation letter as soon as possible.
- State the specific occasion.
- Express praise and approval. …
- Keep your congratulation letter simple and concise.
- Be positive.
- Don’t suggest that the fortunate event should benefit the letter-writer.
Sample Sentences Saying Congratulations
- I heard you got the job you’ve always wanted. …
- This position was truly made for you. …
- I’m so thrilled to hear you got your dream job. …
- Your new company made the right choice in hiring someone like you. …
- Congratulations on your new endeavor!
The word congratulate is linked to the Latin word congratulari, meaning “wish joy.” When you congratulate someone, you wish him or her joy, usually to celebrate an accomplishment or good fortune.