(Closed) Vietnamese Dam Hoi Ceremony?

posted 4 years ago in Intercultural
Post # 2
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gg620:  I don’t know if you’ve already have your engagment ceremony yet but I am going through the same thing right now.  The dragon/phoenix is brought over by the groom side of the family.  For the bride, you can have a light lunch for the guests.

Post # 3
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2015

Aw your future mother in law is sweet! I’m full Vietnamese and my Fiance is half Korean, half Caucasian. My mother literally prepared everything for my Fiance and his family to bring over. All they had to do was bring the offerings and gifts over. If you have a Chinatown or Asian market around where you live, try there. They may have a few things for you to use. Also try looking online…lightinthebox.com or weddicts.com. They’re based out of China and Singapore and they should have tea ceremony/asian wedding stuff. Food wise…just get something you can serve to a lot of people like fried rice…pan fried noodles…egg rolls. For more American food, like sandwiches, pasta, salad. It’s a party! 🙂

We just had our engagement party last year and we’re about to have our Vietnamese tea ceremony for our wedding in 3 months. If you have other questions, let me know!

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