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NotKeenOnFish Tue 30-Jun-09 12:47:34

Creating a DVD for friends.

Is it Bill and Jill's wedding or Bill and Jills wedding?

NotKeenOnFish Tue 30-Jun-09 12:48:59

Would you put the man or womans name first?
The only capital letters should be the names right?

BitOfFun Tue 30-Jun-09 12:51:03

If it's a title, I would put Bill and Jill's Wedding.

GuessWhatIAmANameChanger Tue 30-Jun-09 12:51:26

Do you mean for the title? I thought all "major" words in a title used capital letters ... hmm

<awaits pedant to tell me I am dumb>

BitOfFun Tue 30-Jun-09 12:51:52

You could capitalise the "and" too, but it's not necessary.

TreeTrunkThighs Tue 30-Jun-09 12:52:44

Bill and Jill's wedding.

I'd do man first and only capitals on their names.

MaryBS Tue 30-Jun-09 12:56:20

I'd put Bill and Jill's Wedding

StealthPolarBear Tue 30-Jun-09 12:57:47

If they've just got married would you not be better to put Mr & Mrs XXXX's wedding (assuming that she has changed her name of course)

melmog Tue 30-Jun-09 13:00:09

Or, the wedding of Bill and Jill xxxxx?

NotKeenOnFish Tue 30-Jun-09 14:08:09

Thanks everyone. I went with The Wedding of Bill and Jill.

And at the end I had Mr and Mrs xxxx i exploding font.

campion Tue 30-Jun-09 23:30:54

It should be Jill and Bill's Wedding. The woman takes precedence when not being addressed as Mr and Mrs.

cattj Wed 01-Jul-09 03:05:36

When is it appropriate to simply list the names in alphabetical order?

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