Immigration is stressful, to say the least. And it can take a huge toll on your relationship. While you’re rushing to gather the required documents, plan a last-minute wedding, or maybe even elope with your significant other, you can lose sight of the bigger picture. But you should never forget that your wedding day is about your love, so there’s no need to rush it. You can actually celebrate your big day in an intentional and beautiful way, even as you’re going through the immigration process.
In this episode of the Navigating Love and Immigration podcast, Megan welcomes Rich and Shelby, a dynamic duo providing couples with an authentic, luxurious wedding experience. Their company ‘Let’s Knot and Say We Did’ helps couples create weddings tailored to their personality, love story, and vision. Rich and Shelby believe that love is the most powerful force in the universe and should be celebrated as such. Even if you have a 90-day window to plan a wedding, you can still make it special. Despite the many potential bumps on the road, you should never forget to love and appreciate your significant other. That’s why it’s important to create a nurturing and safe space where you can both be your true authentic selves. So, be intentional, put your partnership first, and start by planning the wedding day of your dreams.
Rich and Shelby’s story of starting their own business
Discussing the incredible power of love
Growing together as a couple
Helping couples create the perfect wedding experience
The 90-day window and elopement
Celebrating the wedding union in an intentional way
Feeling comfortable being yourself in a relationship
“Getting to know how love works, it just leaves me in awe every time.”
“Love is the most powerful force in the universe.”
“I had never been in a relationship with somebody that I could grow with. I was always outgrowing the other person.”
“There's ways to really make it special, even within 90 days.”
“Everyone's love story is important. And why wouldn't you want it told for you in a way that's super personal and just full of love.”
“Can you be in a relationship, or is your relationship with someone where you don't have to hold it together?”