A: I can’t believe that Anthony is finally getting married!
B: Yeah well it’s about time! He’s been living with his parents for 40 years!
A: Don’t be mean. Look here come the bridesmaids! Their dresses look beautiful!
B: Who are those kids walking down the aisle?
A: That’s the flower girl and the ring bearer. I’m pretty sure they’re the groom’s niece and nephew. Oh, they look so cute!
B: I just hope the priest makes it quick. I’m starving. I hope the food’s good at the reception.
A: That’s all you ever think about, food! Oh, I think the bride’s coming now! She looks gorgeous. Wait, what’s she doing? Where’s she going?
B: Oh great! Does this mean that the reception is canceled?
married - Adjective - joined in marriage
it’s about time - Phrase - finally
bridesmaid - Noun (plural) - female friends or relatives who helps the bride at a wedding
aisle - Noun (singular) - a passage between sections of seats
flower girl - Noun (singular) - a girl at a wedding that throws flower petals down the aisle
ring bearer - Noun (singular) a boy at a wedding that holds the wedding rings
reception - Noun (singular) - party held to celebrate something or to welcome people
groom - Noun (singular) - a man who is about to be married
bride - Noun (singular) - female who is about to get married
gorgeous - Adjective - very beautiful or attractive
goomsman - Noun (singular) - male friend or relative who helps the groom on the wedding day
maid of honor - Noun (singular) - female fiend or relative who acts as a witness at the wedding
best man - Noun (singular) male friend or relative who acts as a witness at the wedding
ushers - Noun (plural) - men who help guest find their seats
vows - Noun (plural) - promises that the bride and groom make to each other during the wedding ceremony