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    Aug
    2015
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    Native American Cherokee Indian & East Indian Hindu Wedding

    Finally! I get to blog about my first multicultural same-sex wedding and it’s incredible. The two grooms Joe and Tarak met online at Match.com and went from there. Joe proposed to Tarak one morning in mid-November last year. He used their chocolate lab, Lily, to carry the ring in after her morning walk. Tarak told me:

    How could I say no after proposal like this?!

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    22
    Aug
    2015
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    10 things my blog has taught me about weddings

    1) Photography is essential

    With the number of beautiful weddings I have featured and so do feature on the blog, it’s the photography that is essential. Your photography stays with you years after your wedding. It’s the best memory of your big day which is why it is something I and many other wedding bloggers would advise splashing out on. Just imagine if you wanted to save money and have your uncle take your photographs, he misses out half the people in the shot, gets drunk and forgets to take some more. Where have your memories gone? After spending a great amount of time planning and the costs involved in your wedding, surely you want to have the photographs to enjoy after it’s done. Read More

    3
    Aug
    2015
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    Mormon Weddings Explained

    In a few weeks’ time I will be attending my first Mormon (the real name of the church being known as ‘The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints!) wedding. My good friend, Ben, is getting married (I can’t believe he’s getting married before me!) in Cambridge and I’m so excited to see him get married. I only learnt about his religion when we had both left school! This got me thinking, that I didn’t know what to expect when attending his wedding so I asked him for information about his wedding and Mormon weddings generally.   Read More

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    Jul
    2015
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    Multicultural Wedding Planning and Parents

    Wedding planning can be difficult and not always the easiest thing to do with so many aspects to consider. Now multicultural wedding planning can be twice as hard when culture, religion and traditions need to be adhered to. Especially when you have grandparents and parents that have ideas of how they want your wedding to be. Read More