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In this Spanish Difficult Review picture quiz you will be getting a second chance to locate items that one could find at a wedding. The first quiz that gave you a look was titled I Do!. Although a number of items were covered in that quiz, there are still more wedding treasures to find. Therefore, just as you did in the first 'I do' quiz, here you will see that each of the pictures that are shown in the quiz section has something to do with a wedding. Your challenge is to read each sentence and then find the Spanish wedding word or words that will answer and/or complete the sentences. Be careful to watch out for spelling. Now, are you ready? Then let’s see if you can say I do too!

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  1. These are the ladies who accompany the bride down the aisle.
    The first answer means grandmothers. The second answer means bridesmaids. The third answer means nuns and the last answer means nurses. The ladies that accompany the bride down the aisle are known as her bridesmaids.
  2. It is customary for the bride and groom to give this to each of their guests.
    The first answer means candle. The second answer means vase. The third answer means favor and the last answer means flower. It is customary for the bride and groom to give a wedding favor to each of their guests. Note that it is spelled exactly the same way in both English and Spanish. However, you should note that the more proper way of saying a 'favor' in Spanish in this context would be 'recuerdo de boda' or 'souvenir de boda'.
  3. The bride wears this on her head.
    The first answer means veil. The second answer means hat. The third answer means scarf and the last answer means headband. The bride wears a veil on her head.
  4. The bride carries this in her hands.
    The first answer means gloves. The second answer means wallet. The third answer means bouquet and the last answer means comb. The bride carries a bouquet in her hands.
  5. The bride walks down this to meet her groom.
    The first answer means street. The second answer means stairs. The third answer means sidewalk and the last answer means aisle. The bride walks down the aisle to meet her groom.
  6. The groom’s mother will become this to the bride.
    The first answer means friend. The second answer means aunt. The third answer means mother-in-law and the last answer means athlete. The groom’s mother will become the bride’s mother-in-law.
  7. The groom takes this off of the bride and throws it out to the single men at the wedding reception.
    The first answer means hair. The second answer means garter. The third answer means face and the last answer means shoe. The groom takes the garter off of the bride and throws it out to the single men at the wedding reception.
  8. The bride and groom exchange these as a symbol of their love and commitment to each other.
    The first answer means letters. The second answer means cars. The third answer means hearts and the last answer means rings. The bride and groom exchange rings as a symbol of their love and commitment to each other.
  9. A marriage is not legal without this.
    The first answer means license. The second answer means priest. The third answer means banner and the last answer means leash. A marriage is not legal without a license.
  10. Because there will be tears shed, make sure you have plenty of these!
    The first answer means money. The second answer means blankets. The third answer means towels and the last answer means tissues. Because there will be tears shed, make sure you have plenty of tissues.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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