Nurse, where is my daughter? Call her forth to me. (Shakespeare 1.3.1)
" I'll lay fourteen of my teeth..." (Shakespeare 1.3.16)
Lady vs. Nurse
Lady Capulet is a very formal women. She is very to the point and whenever she speaks, it is with a proper voice and tone that makes her out to be almost uptight but very serious.
The Nurse is a slightly crude down-to-earth kind of person and she would be the kind of person who wouldn't put up with stupid people or things. She is true to herself even while in the presence of lady Capulet.
Shakespeare makes it very clear that they are different by making The Nurse into a talkative disrespectful woman and making Lady Capulet into a very serious respectful formal woman.