Từ vựng tiếng anh về Đám cưới – English vocabulary about weddings

Here are some common English vocabulary words related to weddings:

  1. Ceremony: the formal event at which a wedding takes place
  2. Reception: a party or celebration held after the wedding ceremony
  3. Bride: the woman who is getting married
  4. Groom: the man who is getting married
  5. Best man: the male friend or relative of the groom who assists him during the wedding
  6. Maid of honor: the female friend or relative of the bride who assists her during the wedding
  7. Bridesmaids: the female friends or relatives of the bride who participate in the wedding ceremony
  8. Groomsmen: the male friends or relatives of the groom who participate in the wedding ceremony
  9. Wedding party: the group of people who are involved in the wedding ceremony, including the bride, groom, best man, maid of honor, bridesmaids, and groomsmen
  10. Wedding dress: the special dress worn by the bride during the wedding ceremony
  11. Tuxedo: a formal suit worn by the groom and groomsmen during the wedding ceremony
  12. Veil: a piece of fabric worn over the head and face by the bride during the wedding ceremony
  13. Bouquet: a bunch of flowers carried by the bride during the wedding ceremony
  14. Rings: the wedding bands worn by the bride and groom to symbolize their commitment to each other

Some additional English vocabulary words:

  1. Invitation: a formal request to attend a wedding
  2. Registry: a list of gifts or items that the couple would like to receive as wedding presents
  3. RSVP: an abbreviation for “répondez s’il vous plaît,” a French phrase meaning “please reply,” that is included on a wedding invitation to request a response from the guests
  4. Wedding planner: a professional who helps to plan and coordinate the details of the wedding
  5. Venue: the location where the wedding ceremony and reception will take place
  6. Cake: a sweet dessert served at the wedding reception
  7. Champagne: a type of sparkling wine often served at weddings
  8. Toast: a short speech given at a wedding to honor the couple and wish them well
  9. Honeymoon: a trip taken by a newly married couple to celebrate their marriage
  10. Anniversaries: the annual celebration of a wedding anniversary

More some additional English vocabulary words:

  1. Engagement: the period of time between a couple’s proposal and their wedding
  2. Proposal: the act of asking someone to marry you
  3. Fiancé(e): a person who is engaged to be married
  4. Bachelorette party: a pre-wedding celebration for the bride, typically attended by female friends
  5. Bachelor party: a pre-wedding celebration for the groom, typically attended by male friends
  6. Rehearsal dinner: a dinner held the night before the wedding to rehearse the ceremony and give the wedding party a chance to spend time together
  7. Bridal shower: a party held in honor of the bride, typically attended by female friends and relatives, at which the guests bring gifts for the couple
  8. Wedding vow: a promise made by the couple to each other during the wedding ceremony
  9. Exchange of rings: a part of the wedding ceremony in which the couple exchange wedding rings as a symbol of their commitment to each other
  10. Wedding reception: a party held after the wedding ceremony to celebrate the marriage of the couple

More some additional English vocabulary words:

  1. Wedding ceremony: the formal event at which the couple exchange vows and become married
  2. Wedding party attire: the clothing worn by the wedding party, including the wedding dress, tuxedos, and bridesmaid dresses
  3. Flowers: decorative plants or arrangements, often used as decorations at a wedding
  4. Music: the songs or other audio played during the wedding ceremony and reception
  5. Photographer: a professional who takes pictures at the wedding
  6. Videographer: a professional who records video at the wedding
  7. Seating chart: a diagram that shows where each guest will be seated at the reception
  8. Place cards: small cards that show each guest their assigned seat at the reception
  9. Favors: small gifts given to guests as a token of appreciation for attending the wedding
  10. Thank-you notes: notes sent by the couple to express their gratitude to guests for attending the wedding and/or giving gifts

I hope this list is helpful!

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