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The world has changed dramatically over the last decade, and so has the way we find love. Online dating has become increasingly popular, and it's no longer taboo to say you met your significant other through a dating website. In fact, it's quite common now. "We met online. Through a dating website. I'd been living in Egypt as a nurse for a few years, and had just moved back to the US. Initially, going back home, I felt online dating was a last resort. So I promised myself to not invest at all. I was lucky. Very lucky. The first man I met, I continued dating for over a year, and now I'm marrying him. If it's not his generosity and his love, then I have to say it's his humor that seals the deal" Danielle, the bride tells me. "I moved to the US from Syria a few years ago. There's a specific hospitable character I miss from the Middle East. Danielle had that. Wherever she is, that's my home" James the groom replied.

The couple decided to tie the knot in a Christian wedding at an Orthodox church in Paris, France. It was a beautiful ceremony that brought together their families and friends from different parts of the world. The church's stunning architecture and beautiful surroundings provided the perfect backdrop for the couple's special day.

Danielle looked radiant in a traditional white gown, while James looked dashing in a classic suit. Their love and happiness were evident as they exchanged their vows and became husband and wife.

After the ceremony, the newlyweds celebrated with their guests at a reception at a nearby venue. The reception was filled with delicious food, drinks, and dancing. The couple's first dance was a beautiful moment, and it was clear that they were meant to be together.

Danielle and James's wedding was a beautiful celebration of love, and it's a testament to the power of online dating. It's a reminder that love can happen when you least expect it, and it's worth taking a chance on finding it.

Congratulations to the happy couple, and may their love continue to grow stronger with each passing day.