The word “bride” should not be capitalized in a sentence unless it’s one of the main words in a title.
Is it bride-to-be or bride-to-be?
A bride-to-be is a woman who is soon going to be married.
What does bride-to-be?
: a woman who is going to be married soon.
Is Mother of the bride capitalized?
APStylebook on Twitter: “We would not abbreviate mother of the bride, father of the groom, etc. No capitals or hyphens.
What is the opposite word for bride?
What is the opposite of bride?
How do you say bride-to-be?
- future mate.
- future wife.
- prospective wife.
How do we celebrate bride?
These spinster party ideas will make sure you have the best time with your best friends! Spinster parties are one of the most amusing ways to make the bride feel pampered and loved.
Props to plan:
- Matching / contrasting or thematic outfits.
- Matching accessories.
- Convinced friends.
Should Father of the bride be capitalized?
When not to capitalize family member titles
In other words, capitalize words such as Mother, Father, Grandmother, Grandfather, Son, Daughter, and Sis when they are used in place of the person’s name. Do not capitalize them when they follow possessive pronouns such as her, his, my, our, your.
Is Guest capitalized on a wedding invitation?
Using “and guest” on your envelopes is simply a placeholder in the event that you don’t know the guest’s name. Therefore, guest would be lowercase, because it is a placeholder, not a name! In the event that you do know the guest’s name, you should always address it to their name, rather than and guest.