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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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Today is November 17th, and that’s the day when I arrived to America. Exactly eleven years ago! I landed in Seattle and was on my way to reunite with my then fiance, Adam. So we can start our life in Kennewick, Washington. But things went wrong at the border and I decided to cancel our […]

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  With episode number 43 we hit the one year mark here at the Getting Married Multiculturally Podcast. Woohoo!  It’s crazy to believe that I’ve recorded my first episode exactly a year ago. So thank you for being part of the GMM podcast community, regardless if you are new to the show, (there is a […]

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    Most of the time when Adam and I travel, we are visiting my family, or going on a vacation with them. Each year we make sure to escape for a few days, and travel around in a new country. Just him and I. No kids, no parents, no siblings.     Why Adam […]

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Today’s episode is a really fun one. I’m sharing some Hungarian habits that Americans (especially my husband) found weird and unusual. Enjoy!

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  WHEN OUR AMAZING VACATION (THAT ENDED WITH THE PROPOSAL) WAS OVER AND WE HAD TO SAY GOODBYE AGAIN, OUR LONG DISTANCE RELATIONSHIP CONTINUED     BUT THIS TIME WE HAD BIG DREAMS AND PLANS A month later we got some great news! Hungary became part of the Visa Waiver Program, which meant I was […]

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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. […]

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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