A : Hi, Lucy !
B : Hi. It's a wonderful wedding, isn't it?
A : Yes, It's very great.
B : Mary's father is a rich man , isn't he ?
A : You are right, Mary's father is responsible for the entire wedding-arrangement, costs , etc. I think he must spend much money.
B : Will Mary and her husband be ready to leave for their honeymoon?
A : Yes. Look! Mary is going to throw the bride bouquet.
B : Oh, I'll try to catch it.
A : I have some good news for you .
B : What's that?
A : Jenny is getting married.
B : Great! Who's the bridegroom?
A : Tom , that lucky guy.
B : The guy always hands the girls in a line. When did he propose ?
A : Last week , It said that he fell in love with Jenny at Mrs.Whit's party last Monday as soon as he saw her.
B : My gosh! How romantic! When's the big day?
A : July4, the National Holiday.
B : Will it be a church wedding or a civil ceremony?
A ; Jenny plans to hold it in church.
B : Who is the best man?
A : Guess!
B : Nobody is OK, but you !
A : You know, Tom is my best friend and he asked me to be his best man .
B : Did you promise him?
A : Yes , I did.
A : In my wedding ceremony , where do my parents sit in the church?
B : The bride's parents' seating arrangement is on the left side of the aisle and the groom's parents is on the right side.
A : Do friends of the bride always sit on one side of the church and friends of the groom on the other?
B : They usually do.
A : Oh! You're engaged! What a beautiful engagement ring! Who to ?
B : Of course Mike. Who else? We fell in love at first sight.
A : When's the wedding going to be?
B : We haven't decided yet. There are a lot of things to sort out, you know.
A : Are you having a big wedding?
B : Yes, I've always dream of having a big wedding.
A : But what do you say about that?
B : I don't really enjoy big occasions, but I think I’ll come round to the idea in the end , It only happens once in a lifetime.
A : Perhaps I'll agree with Mike. I couldn't stand a big wedding with many relatives and friends of my parents or ma wife whom I'd never met before.
A : Jack, do you take Mary to be your lawfully wedded wife?
B : I do.
A : Mary, do you take Jack to be your lawfully wedded husband?
B : I do.
A : B&C: For better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health , till death do we part.