I have met my Russian girlfriend at her hometown with the help of CharmingDate. We travelled to many gorgeous places in Russia and met her friends and family. It is really good that my girl and most of her friends can speak English because I can only speak a little Russian. With the help of my girl, her parents are pleased with me. I want to propose marriage to her next time I visit her. And I want to think up an unforgettable moment for her and me. If you have any idea, please help me. Any advice is welcome. Thx.
u can do it in the plane .i think it`s cool
Russian girlfriend from CharmingDate, huh?
Don't spend too much on the ring. And keep the receipt. You'll need it.
I am from the USA and I met my Chinese wife online. After about 6 months of solid communications, (email and telephone,) I visited her and her family in China and spent about 3 weeks getting to know them as well as for them getting to know me. In Chinese custom, it is obligatory that the future groom invite her family out to a lavish dinner. (In China, we had about a 15 course dinner with wine for about $120. USD) It is after the dinner that the family either welcomes you and gives you a marriage blessing or not. It was after I was accepted, that my lady and I went for a moonlight walk down by the river. Since she lives in the city, there was still plenty of lights and activity, but we strolled alone, talking as best we could. (At that time my Chinese and her English were quite limited, but we managed.) At one point, we turned to kiss each other, and I asked her to marry me. She said Yes. Before I returned to the USA, we were married in her home city in China. I returned to the USA, and began the long and tedious process of immigrating her to the USA. This took 9 - 10 months. She has now been here with me for the past 6 months, and everything is going very well. She has begun taking ESL classes to learn English better and I believe we are both the happiest we have ever been.
I suggest to you, research any particular engagement or marriage customs they may have. If possible, you should seriously consider asking her parents permission, before you propose to her. In many cultures, this is a sign of respect to their family.
I wish you the best of luck and hope you and your bride have a lifetime of happiness and love.
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