1. When will you have your wedding?
2. When will your wedding ceremony be held?
3. When is the big day?
4. They’re celebrating their wedding ceremony.
5. I’m invited to their wedding.
6. The wedding will take place on Saturday.
7. It was the grandest wedding I had ever seen.
8. Susan attended the wedding for Jeff and Angela.
9. It is a wedding present.
10. The bride wears a nice bridal gown.
M: Guess what? Paul and Susan are engaged.
W: Really? When did that happen?
M: A week ago? They met last summer and now just sink. They will be married soon.
W: Have they set a date for the wedding?
M: No, not yet. But Susan says they’d like to get married in November or December. Then they’ll go to Hawaii for their honeymoon.
W: Frank’s getting married, do you believe this?
M: Is he really?
W: Yes, he is. He loves the girl very much.
M: Who is he marring?
W: A girl he met on holiday in Spain, I think.
M: Have they set a date for the wedding?
W: Not yet.
W: When’re you getting married?
M: We planned our wedding for next May.
W: Why so late? Didn’t she want to get married this October?
M: Yeah, I did. But my fiancée has an important project.
W: That’s really a shame. By the way, who will be the bridesmaid?
M: Julie’s friend, Mary. And John will be the best man.
W: Wow! I’m very excited about your ceremony.
Pat was going to get married. One day, after she finished the wedding gift list, she showed it to her parents. Her dad thought she had been a little extravagant. “Well, to be honest, I really think you’ve gone over the top here. When we were young, your mother and I we never needed any of these things, like television, radio, CD player, computer or microwave. We just made do. “But you said the other day that you could not live without your television.” Pat said. Her mother said, “I do agree with your father in some ways. But I really feel that is rather nice for new couples to have a little bit of comfort when they get married.