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As I learn more and more about multicultural relationships and weddings, I feel like there is a lot of missing information and confusion when it comes to blending cultures together. But before you get into any specific details, let’s discover what traditions do you truly value. What is considered to be ‘normal’ or ‘non-traditional’ wedding? […]

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Are you thinking about not hiring a wedding photographer? Did you decide not to spend money on a professional photographer? Not everybody will find it important to document the big events of their life (the wedding, birth of your child, birthday parties…etc.) and that’s completely ok! We are not all the same! There are some […]

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The annual Phoenix Pride Festival in Phoenix is coming up next weekend! Here are 7 things you should bring to the Phoenix Pride Festival: 1.Your most colorful, rainbow, unicorn crazy outfit. But to be honest, this festival is a celebration of who people truly are. So you should wear whatever you feel like. 2.Your friends. […]

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Blog Post Coming Soon! Resources mentioned in the show: Photographing in Europe: GMM shop: (10%off sale until March 22nd) Hungarian Heritage Day in Phoenix (on March 23rd):

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As many of you know, Women’s Day started in the early 90s, as a movement when women wanted to speak up for their rights. It was a very strong and impactful movement. But in my mind, when I was younger, it was just a fun and joyful, spring-feeling holiday, with lots of flowers! In Hungary […]

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After growing up in Serbia, living in Hungary and Italy I moved to America. Which was a pretty big jump for me! Physically and culturally. So yes, I experienced plenty of culture shock. I left Europe 10 years ago, so I kinda forgot most of these cultural differences. I had to sit down and look […]


Hungarian girl from Arizona, wife, mama of an American-Hungarian family, podcaster;
helping international couples to embrace this new life they’re starting together and to celebrate their differences. 

hi, my name is edit!
I’m a wedding photographer for multicultural couples who want their story to be documented in a real way.

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