Từ vựng tiếng Anh hay dùng về chủ đề Lễ tân – Reception

A reception is a formal event, typically held to celebrate a special occasion or to honor a particular person or group. At a reception, guests are usually greeted by the host or hostess and offered refreshments, such as drinks and hors d’oeuvres. Some common vocabulary words related to receptions include:

  • Host: the person or organization responsible for organizing and hosting the reception
  • Guest: a person invited to attend the reception
  • Invitation: a formal request to attend the reception
  • Refreshments: food and drinks served at the reception
  • Hors d’oeuvres: small, bite-sized appetizers served at a reception
  • Greet: to welcome or acknowledge someone upon their arrival
  • Mingle: to socialize with others at a reception
  • Toast: a short speech or expression of good wishes, often given with a glass of champagne or other drink
  • Dress code: the guidelines for appropriate clothing to wear to the reception
  • RSVP: an abbreviation for “répondez s’il vous plaît,” which means “please reply” in French. It is often included on invitations to let the host know if the guest plans to attend.
  • Venue: the location where the reception is held
  • Decorations: items used to enhance the appearance of the reception venue
  • Menu: a list of the food and drinks that will be served at the reception
  • Entertainment: activities or performances provided to entertain the guests at the reception
  • Guests of honor: special guests who are being honored at the reception
  • Speeches: presentations given by the host or guests during the reception
  • Favors: small gifts given to guests as a token of appreciation for attending the reception
  • Photography: the capturing of pictures or images during the reception
  • Thank-you cards: cards sent to guests after the reception to express gratitude for their attendance and gifts.
  • Arrival: the time when guests begin to arrive at the reception venue
  • Cocktail hour: a period of time before the formal reception during which guests are invited to mingle and enjoy cocktails and hors d’oeuvres
  • Reception line: a line of people, typically including the host and guests of honor, who greet guests as they arrive at the reception
  • Table assignments: the seating arrangements for guests at the reception
  • Buffet: a meal served at a reception where guests serve themselves from a variety of dishes set out on a table
  • Dinner: a meal served at a reception, often with multiple courses
  • Dancing: the act of moving to music, often a feature of receptions
  • Cake cutting: the ceremonial slicing and distribution of the wedding cake, a traditional part of many receptions.
  • Open bar: a bar at a reception where guests can enjoy unlimited drinks at no charge to themselves
  • Cash bar: a bar at a reception where guests must pay for their own drinks
  • Champagne toast: a traditional part of many receptions, in which guests raise glasses of champagne to honor the host or guests of honor
  • Music: the playing of songs or other musical pieces at a reception, often provided by a band or DJ
  • Bridal party: the group of people, typically including the bride and groom, who play important roles in a wedding reception
  • Toastmaster: a person who introduces the speakers and manages the flow of the reception program
  • Reception card: a card included with the invitation that provides specific information about the reception, such as the time and location.
  • Reception program: a schedule or itinerary of events and activities that will take place during the reception
  • First dance: the first dance between the newlywed couple at their wedding reception
  • Father-daughter dance: a dance between the father of the bride and the bride at a wedding reception
  • Mother-son dance: a dance between the mother of the groom and the groom at a wedding reception
  • Bouquet toss: a traditional wedding reception activity in which the bride tosses her bouquet to a group of single female guests
  • Garter toss: a traditional wedding reception activity in which the groom removes the bride’s garter and tosses it to a group of single male guests
  • Reception favors: small gifts given to guests as a token of appreciation for attending the reception.
  • After-party: a party or gathering held after the reception, often at a different location
  • Send-off: the final farewell to the guests as they leave the reception
  • Sparkler send-off: a popular wedding reception send-off in which guests hold sparklers as the newlyweds walk through a tunnel of light
  • Rice toss: a traditional send-off activity in which guests toss rice at the newlyweds as they leave the reception
  • Goodbye: a common way to bid farewell to guests as they leave the reception
  • Farewell: another way to say goodbye to guests as they leave the reception.

These are just a few examples of words and phrases that are commonly used in the context of receptions. There may be other words and phrases that are specific to a particular reception or cultural context.

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