Translation of wedding list in Spanish:

wedding list

lista de boda, n.


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    lista de boda feminine
    • If only I'd gone down the road most couples take and opted for a wedding list.
    • If I ever got married again the first thing on the wedding list would be ' no towels '. "
    • Department store chain John Lewis reported last year that the value of its wedding lists had risen by 20 per cent in a single year.
    • Four in ten said they prefer to choose a gift from a wedding list whilst over half prefer to choose a gift themselves.
    • To avoid dragging crystal cut glasses out from under the stairs for the best part of this century, create a wedding list at Good Gifts or Nearly Married.
    • Some people consider wedding lists vulgar, but then they probably inherited all their china.
    • He lives in Shetland so he put his wedding list on the internet which was a great idea.
    • I shall put one on my wedding list.
    • This has fuelled evermore imaginative and, in some cases, extravagant wedding lists.
    • Now it also contains a unique new section created by Paula Onslow, who has years of experience in helping couples to plan and organise their perfect wedding list.
    • Wedding lists normally request items for the house, cutlery, crockery and such like.
    • And at a mere 48 years old, there should be loads of time left for him to notch up a few more wedding lists.
    • Of the £ 3,533 worth of presents on the wedding list, no less than one-third are connected with alcohol.
    • As society develops and changes so customs such as the wedding list are changing too.
    • We even have people registering their wedding lists with us.
    • For couples about to embark on a formal rollercoaster ride of commitment, I reckon essential elements on the wedding list are games machines and cooperative titles.
    • Brown Thomas has gone live with a new computerised wedding gift service, which allows couples to scan the barcodes of items they wish to place on their wedding list.
    • Wedding lists are for people who don't have two tea-towels to rub together because they're nineteen and live in Stamford Hill.
    • Earlier this year, 2,000 couples were left without their presents when the wedding list retailer Wrapit collapsed.
    • Even guests are having to pay out more to attend the big day, with the total cost of the wedding list rising by 1,500 in the past two years alone.