#EngVocab: Wedding

How’s your Thursday, fellas? It’s raining cats and dogs here. Did you do something good today? Well, it’s so good to know that most of you had a great Thursday. And for you who had a bad day, hope today’s topic’ll brighten your day.

Today admin wants to share some #EngVocabs related to… ehem.. wedding. Anyone knows some words related to wedding? Okay admin will start to tweet some words related to wedding for you. Enjoy!

  1. Bride: a woman who is about to get married or has just got married. e.g. Meta is going to be a bride next Saturday.
  2. Groom: a man who is about to get married or has just got married. e.g. The groom can’t hide his happiness when the bride comes.
  3. The maid of honor: a woman selected by the bride to assist her in wedding ceremony. Usually the maid of honor is bride’s best friend or closest family member. e.g. Jules asked Kendra to be her maid of honor.
  4. The best man: a man selected by the groom to assist in the wedding ceremony. e.g. Ted’s going to be his brother’s best man.
  5. Bridesmaids: the women who stand up at a wedding in support of the bride.e.g. The bride’s dress is usually prettier than the bridesmaids’
  6. Groomsmen: the men who stand up at a wedding in support of the groom. e.g. The groomsmen looked great in their tuxedos
  7. Wedding ring: a ring, worn by a person to show that they’re married.e.g. You’re so clumsy! How could you lost your wedding ring?
  8. Wedding reception: a party to celebrate the marriage ceremony of two people. e.g. Did you come to Ollie’s wedding? It was huge!
  9. Flower girl: young female child who carries the flowers. e.g. Look at the flower girl. She’s so adorable.
  10. Ring bearer: young male child who carries the wedding rings. e.g. Don’t let the ring bearer lost the wedding rings.
  11. Veil: a white piece of material that some brides wear on their head. e.g. Lily’s looks stunning with her veil. It’s her day.
  12. Boutonniere: a single flower worn by the groom, best man, the male relatives of the bride and groom, on the left lapel of their jackets.
  13. Silver wedding: the date exactly 25 years after the date of a marriage. e.g. My parents will celebrate their silver wedding next year.
  14. Ruby wedding: the date exactly 40 years after someone’s wedding.
  15. Golden wedding: the day exactly 50 years after a marriage, often celebrated with a party.

That’s a wrap, fellas! Hope those #EngVocabs could brighten your gloomy Thursday. Have a good rest and prepare yourself for tomorrow :)

Compiled by @iisumarni at @EnglishTips4U on June 13, 2013

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