(Closed) New bee

posted 10 years ago in Beehive
Post # 3
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2765 posts
Sugar bee

Welcome to Weddingbee emel!!

What country are you from?

Post # 5
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2765 posts
Sugar bee

Wow, that’s a far way to go for love! 🙂

My mom came to America too; she met my dad while he was studying in Tokyo.  They got married there though.  It’s a good thing they did, because the wedding was really easy!  They just put on kimonos, did the ceremony, and had a nice dinner. Ah the good ol’ days…

If you don’t mind my asking, how did you meet your partner?

Post # 8
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1245 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2009

Welcome, emel! You’ve found the perfect spot for advice on all things wedding-related. The ladies (and men) here are really helpful!

Post # 10
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2765 posts
Sugar bee

Aww… he was the loud annoying neighbor.  What a great story!

I met Mrs. Bee through her blog :-).  She posted about a problem with her business, and I offered to help her. When she visited New York City on a trip, she took me out to drinks as a thank you… and we hit it off!

Post # 11
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406 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: February 2009 - Small church ceremony with mountain-view log cabin reception

welcome! weddingbee is a wonderful source for all brides- near or far! Good luck with your planning!

Post # 12
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1091 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2018 - Oakland Manor

yay more international couples!  welcome to weddingbee!  You’ll certainly find out more about American weddings and other culture’s traditions. 

My fiance is from England and there are tons of traditions/cultural norms he had no idea about….rehersal dinner, bridal shower etc.  Do you have to get a K1 and go through USCIS immigration and everything?  Its such a pain!

I hope you find all the information and help you need here and enjoy your planning/engagement/wedding/life happily ever after.

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