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  We try to plan our trip to Europe every year. It is very important for me, that at least once a year I get to see my family, catch up with old friends, soak up all the memories, smells and taste. I feel refreshed. Butterflies in my stomach and happiness in my heart. I […]

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When Adam and I met at the end of our school year in Milan, we both felt that this is something very special. We found something we didn’t know it even existed. Without speaking each other’s language, we connected very easy.

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    May 1st is National Labor Holiday in Hungary. In the past this day was all about celebrating workers, political speeches and parades. Today it means picnics, fun family time and the celebration of spring with outdoor activities.

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  Photo Credit: Szandelszky Béla   The biggest Hungarian Easter tradition (that is different from any other culture) is on the Monday following Easter. Men sprinkle the girls with water, and in return they are gifted with some red painted eggs. It’s mostly fun for the guys. Us girls don’t like it so much. We end […]

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Maybe you think that having a printed version of your wedding photos is not that important. You don’t know where to put that big book or wall print. It’s too expensive, takes up too much space, nobody cares and you can easily share and look those photos on your phone… but what will happen in […]

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You don’t like to be like everybody else, you feel like your relationship and your beliefs don’t fit into the traditional wedding norms, you have an unusual family dynamic, you came from another culture, or you just simply want to be different and stand out.

Sziasztok!

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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JUST in case you decide to diy your wedding photos

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DOCUMENT YOUR WEDDING