Post # 1
Just wanted to see:
1. If anyone speaks Russian and where are you ladies located?
2. what’s the location of the wedding?
3. What’s your other half’s background?
4. Are you gonna observe any cultural traditions in your wedding?
I’ll go first:
1. I am from Baku, Azerbaijan, speak Russian and live in Canada
2. I am getting married in Toronto, Canada
3. My man is Romanian
4. Will incorporate a lot of Azeri traditions in my wedding 🙂
Post # 3
OK so I’m AA but I’m marrying a Russian so can I play?
1. I’m learning Russian (thank you Rosetta Stone) and I’m from Orange County, CA.
2. The wedding will be in southern California.
3.Fiance is actually have Russian and have Urkainan but he was born in Moscow and only identifies/ tells people about his Russian side.
4.We are going to incorporate the tying of the hands and the blessing. That is as soon as my Russan/orothodox friend provides me with more information on it.
Post # 4
1. I am from Odessa, Ukraine (My mom is Ukrainian and my father is Armenian from Tiflis) and I know reside in Old City, Philadelphia PA
2. I am getting married in Philadelphia, PA
3. My partner is English, 2nd generation
4. We will incorporate a lot of Armenian, Ukrainian, and our personal traditions in the wedding.
Post # 5
1. I am from Rostov, Russia
2. Getting married in RI
3. My man is mixed – mostly Italian
4. We are going to get married in an Armenian church, the food will be Armenian-Italian, and we are going to have a lot of lively Armenian music and lots of dancing! 🙂
Post # 6
Me! Born in Moscow. Marrying an Indian guy!
Post # 7
Born in Moscow as well. Dating a Jewish-American 🙂
Post # 8
Privet! I’m Armenian and so is my Darling Husband. DH is fluent in Russian and I’m learning. We got married in Armenia so our relatives could be there with us.
Post # 9
Good job on learning Russian! I’ve been trying to teach my boyfriend but he’s (perhaps understandably since he has no prior experience) put off by the complexities of our grammar..
And I keep telling him: declensions are just like Latin! Didn’t you love Latin? On second thought that might not be the best tactic..
Post # 10
Thanks! The hardest part is jenskii rod and mujskoy rod :). But I’m not bad, I understand everything.
Post # 11
ukrainian bee here! zdoroven’ki buly ^^
Post # 12
How cool, Im fool blooded Romanian But I will be having a traditional american wedding in a Baptist Church.
Post # 15
I was born here in Australia but both my parents are Russian. I was raised in a Russian community here & had to attend Russian school as well as English.
I am engaged to a Australian/ Dutch :p
We are getting married here in Australia…
Post # 16
1. I’m not a lady, but I was born in Moscow to a Russian father and Japanese mother. I lived in Moscow and St. Petersburg during my first 8 years of life before moving to Australia.
2. I’m getting married here in Australia…which means a lot of people from overseas are having to come over…A LOT. But they want to anyway, they take it as a vacation. 🙂
3. My husband is German and born in Australia to first generation German-Australians.
4. No, I think it would be too difficult since there are so many cultures between us. Instead we’re just having a simple garden ceremony and a reception with lots of food and meeting and drinking. 🙂