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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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PART 1:   PART 2:   I have already talked about what to do when you are scared to move to another country, but what happens when you do move, and all of the sudden start to feel isolated and lonely.   I think this is a syndrome that a lot of us, -who have […]

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  This summer I spent 5 weeks visiting my family in Europe, and we did a lot of traveling together. Taking mini vacations and making memories. My all time favorite was our trip to Croatia. It’s one of my most liked places on earth! Especially when it comes to relaxing and spending time at the […]

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In the last few weeks I’ve gotten some questions about how can we overcome our fears of moving to another country? To completely change our life for love and marriage. I had to move and start my life over 4 times, but I have to say that throughout these moves I didn’t have a fear […]

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I share a lot about my multicultural marriage, how and where I met my husband, Adam,  about our long distance relationship, language barrier, courthouse wedding. But this time I wanted to sit down with Adam and have him talk about his side of our story. How he experienced our first time meeting, our intercultural relationship […]

Podcast interview in Milan at the duomo

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After living in a foreign place for a long time, some of you may decide to move back to your home country. While it’s a great feeling to be home again, you’ll start to notice that some things that used to be familiar are becoming strange. You may feel nostalgic, anxious, sad or even angry. […]

szombathely market piac

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Language barrier is something that all of us in a multicultural, intercultural relationship can relate to. No matter what country or culture you’re coming from. *** Join the Facebook Group:

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 intercultural couples who want their story to be documented in a real way.


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