(Closed) Please help me with some spanish translations for our programs

posted 5 years ago in Paper
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  • Wedding: March 2014

Hi! Here you go.

  • Mother of the bride – Madre de la novia
  • Father of the bride – Padre de la novia
  • Mother of the groom – Madre del novio
  • Father of the groom – Padre del Novio
  • Officiant – Oficiante, it is the exact translation. But, we use different names depending on the type of ceremony, for example, if it is a christian ceremony we would say “pastor”, if it is a catholic ceremony it would be “padre” if it is only a legal ceremony it would be “juez”. 
  • Maid of Honor -Dama de honor
  • Best Man – Padrino
  • Bridesmaids – Damas
  • Groomsmen – In hispanic/latin celebrations groomsmen aren’t common, so they would also be called “padrinos”. I guess you can call the best man “padrino de honor” and the groomsmen just “padrinos”
  • Ushers – Acomodadores

Hope this helps!

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