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Living abroad in a Hungarian-American family and my multicultural marriage experience.

How to plan a wedding that celebrating our differences and finding what's important to us.

Advices and tips to document your wedding moments in the real way!

Language barrier, culture shock, long distance and traveling in international relationships.

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  Nadia, from Kuwait, wanted to have the perfect wedding with her Lebanese partner in beautiful Italy. But their dreams fell apart as the Coronavirus came about, so they decided to get married at home. Nadia: “My husband kind of knew that this isn’t going to be a one or two week thing. That it […]

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  Anastasija and Josh were supposed to get married in Vancouver, British Columbia on April 3rd in front of 135 guests coming from all over Canada, the States, and Latvia. The bride is originally from Latvia, so for her it was important to invite loved ones from her home country.  Anastasija: “Everything was going great! […]

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  I’m so excited to share with you Aveena and Alissa’s American-Indian wedding story, and the journey of their relationship. They are not only a multicultural couple, but these ladies had to stand up for their love in front of so many people who were against their relationship.  We will be talking about their beautiful […]

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  As we were getting close to Valentine’s Day, I wanted to talk about how we, in a multicultural relationship date each other. But I had to realize that our nationality and culture doesn’t necessarily do much when it comes to expressing our love to one another. Maybe in the beginning, as we start dating, […]

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  Ágnes was born and raised in Hungary, and her husband Kenny is originally from Hong Kong, but lived most of his life in Seattle, USA. They’ve met in 2010, shortly after Ágnes arrived to Seattle and started working as an Au Pair.  “From the very beginning we were so comfortable talking to each other. […]

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  Karen and David met in school 14 years ago, and it took them awhile to get on the same page about marriage. Karen never dreamed about weddings or getting married, but for her partner it was an important step in their relationship, so last year they tied the knot.  I knew that I wanted […]

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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