Wedding anniver is based on Traditional Chinese Dinner date?

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Wedding anniver is based on Traditional Chinese Dinner date?

Postby Jennifer » Wed Jul 03, 2013 10:26 am

Please advise. :thankyou:

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Re: Wedding anniver is based on Traditional Chinese Dinner d

Postby SAHM_TAN » Wed Jul 03, 2013 10:28 am

Does it matter if it's based on ROM or traditional? Celebrate both :evil:

I forgot when was my traditional and ROM dates :rotflmao:

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Re: Wedding anniver is based on Traditional Chinese Dinner d

Postby Jennifer » Wed Jul 03, 2013 10:34 am

SAHM_TAN wrote:Does it matter if it's based on ROM or traditional? Celebrate both :evil:

I forgot when was my traditional and ROM dates :rotflmao:


Mine are 1 year apart.

We do not hv the habit of celebrating every year.

But I would like to celebrate the 20th year with sth difference, so need to know what's the norm.

Edit: our 20th anniver is not this year, asking in advance for planning purpose :wink:
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Re: Wedding anniver is based on Traditional Chinese Dinner d

Postby icy_mama » Wed Jul 03, 2013 10:38 am

SAHM_TAN wrote:Does it matter if it's based on ROM or traditional? Celebrate both :evil:

I forgot when was my traditional and ROM dates :rotflmao:


i remember.... but dh never. i'll always remind him then he'd say "oh, izzit?"

end of story. :roll:

we never celebrates so it doesn't matter if it's based on ROM or traditional date or even it's based on both :laugh:

but i'd think should be based on ROM. legally married.

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Re: Wedding anniver is based on Traditional Chinese Dinner d

Postby SAHM_TAN » Wed Jul 03, 2013 10:39 am

Jennifer wrote:
SAHM_TAN wrote:Does it matter if it's based on ROM or traditional? Celebrate both :evil:

I forgot when was my traditional and ROM dates :rotflmao:


Mine are 1 year apart.

We do not hv the habit of celebrating every year.

But I would like to celebrate the 20th year with sth difference, so need to know what's the norm.


:congrats: on your 20th wedding anniversary, it's considered china/platinum yr.

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Re: Wedding anniver is based on Traditional Chinese Dinner d

Postby Funz » Wed Jul 03, 2013 10:48 am

:congrats: Wow! 20 years.

My ROM and Tea ceremony were a year apart as well. We settled on the tea ceremony date as our anniversary as that was when I officially moved out of my childhood home into our marital home.

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Re: Wedding anniver is based on Traditional Chinese Dinner d

Postby Jennifer » Wed Jul 03, 2013 10:51 am

SAHM_TAN wrote:
Jennifer wrote:
SAHM_TAN wrote:Does it matter if it's based on ROM or traditional? Celebrate both :evil:

I forgot when was my traditional and ROM dates :rotflmao:


Mine are 1 year apart.

We do not hv the habit of celebrating every year.

But I would like to celebrate the 20th year with sth difference, so need to know what's the norm.


:congrats: on your 20th wedding anniversary, it's considered china/platinum yr.



Sorri sorri, not yet :oops:

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Re: Wedding anniver is based on Traditional Chinese Dinner d

Postby Jennifer » Wed Jul 03, 2013 10:52 am

Funz wrote::congrats: Wow! 20 years.

My ROM and Tea ceremony were a year apart as well. We settled on the tea ceremony date as our anniversary as that was when I officially moved out of my childhood home into our marital home.


sorri sorri, not yet :oops:

I ask in advance only.

If based on ROM, it would be next year Jun.

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Re: Wedding anniver is based on Traditional Chinese Dinner d

Postby Jennifer » Wed Jul 03, 2013 10:53 am

SAHM_TAN wrote:20th wedding anniversary, it's considered china/platinum yr.


:thankyou: for the info.

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Re: Wedding anniver is based on Traditional Chinese Dinner d

Postby SAHM_TAN » Wed Jul 03, 2013 10:56 am

:smile:

Let us know when you decide which yr, will congratulate you again :smile:

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