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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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  Naira Bonilla shares the story of how she met her Egyptian husband in her home country, Colombia, and about their multicultural wedding in Cairo, Egypt.  Being the daughter of an anthropologist, Naira grew up in contact with a lot of cultures. That’s where she got her interest in other cultures, meeting new people, seeing […]

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  Many couples get engaged in December, and I think we can ‘blame’ all the romantic festivities and family gatherings for that. If you are one of these lovebirds; hoping to get the ring, or nervously planning to pop the question, keep reading! Regardless if we are in the middle of the holiday season or […]

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  When you listen to Rachel and Vidur speak about their Indian-American wedding, you will notice how effortless and important it is for them to communicate and check in with each other on every little detail. It was definitely a team effort, which you don’t get to see very often. No wonder they both wanted […]

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  Leah was born and raised in Canada, but her dad is from Jamaica and her mom is from Guyana, so she grew up in a Caribbean household. Her husband, Thomas was born and raised in Denver, Colorado, but his family is originally from Texas. They met through mutual friends in Atlanta at undergrad school. […]

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  Carly shared some amazing stories and ideas for couples who want to personalize their wedding ceremonies.   A Canadian-Belgian couple living in Switzerland came to Portugal to get married.  Their wedding wasn’t just the joining of their lives, but the joining of everyone there. It was creating this new, one big mix of a […]

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  How do you want your wedding ceremony to make you feel when you look back? “When you’re thinking about being in the moment, what is the feeling that you want to have? Do you want to just be full of jubilation, do you want to feel like you’re wrapped in this blanket of love […]

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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