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    2015
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    Do interfaith relationships have to mean pluralism?

    Pluralism means accepting different religions as valid. Interfaith marriages are often seen as pluralistic when they involve two people tolerating and coexisting with each others’ faith. While monotheistic faiths are mostly not pluralistic, some people find they are more naturally inclined to adapt their thinking in response to what’s around them and accept compromises. Others need a firmer structure of belief in which to operate. Read More

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    Jun
    2015
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    Multicultural Christian Wedding

    When I saw this Multicultural Christian wedding shot by Kayleigh Pope – it was definitely one for the blog. I’ve followed Kayleigh’s work for a while since setting up the blog and have always admired how she shoots weddings. Being a Coventry girl (where I was born and where my grandparents live), she is a talented photographer with sassy style! Read More

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    Jun
    2015
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    Italian Bride marries French Groom

    This wedding came across my inbox a while ago and I was glad to share it on the blog. The video sets the scene by showing beautiful details of the decor, the colourful flowers and the creamy architecture. The bride comes from Italy and the groom is French, where they currently live in Paris. Read More

    22
    Jun
    2015
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    Secret Wedding Forum

    This venture had been on my mind for a long time and for a number of reasons. Forums can be good and bad places, I’ve personally experienced both. I have found some forums are so useful as people offer advice to others who need answers. While some forums act as an excuse for anonymous people to bitch about a topic or someone else, these types of forums are not the way to go. Read More

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    Jun
    2015
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    Liberty in Love

    Dreams & Stories: A First Look At The New Collection From Liberty In Love

    I’ve heard of Liberty in Love within the wedding industry for their multi-award winning pieces. I’m particularly a fan of their Boho bride’s pieces because these would look good for brides from any culture. It’s probably because I love a good headpiece and they remind me of the traditional Tikka style. Read More

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    Jun
    2015
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    Bridesmaids Dresses From ASOS

    I’ve always been a huge fan of ASOS – I mean what girl isn’t? Even for guys, there is such a variety of items from affordable pieces to designer collections. As I browse through ASOS there are always items I think would work perfect for weddings. Firstly, this post will round up some of my favourite bridesmaids dresses ASOS – thereafter I will put together some posts for other wedding related products from ASOSRead More

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    Jun
    2015
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    A Destination Gujarati Wedding

    When people hear the term arranged marriage – they often assume forced marriage. There is a huge difference between these two. A forced marriage is when the two individuals are made to marry each other. Whereas an arranged marriage is different, it can be when two families introduce the individuals to each other. They get to know each other, go on a few dates and decide that they want to get married. For my parents – it was literally a meeting then marriage, which you can read about here.   Read More

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    Jun
    2015
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    What about Truth?

    Religions are often thought to be about what’s true. In most faiths, belonging means believing the core ideas or revealed truths of its particular message, as well as joining in the practice and culture of a community. All faiths that claim to be universal – that is, true for everyone, and not just for a particular group at a particular time – have to deal with the fact that there are people outside. Read More