This month I will be sharing with you what I have learned through my ongoing research and experience of Multi-Cultural Weddings. I enjoy learning about different cultures and the many different traditions that goes into the planning of specific cultures weddings. Coming from a multi-cultural background myself, I know how important it is to include specific traditions into your wedding ceremony and/or wedding reception.
The fact is with over 1.6 million multicultural marriages in the United States, it is apparent that multicultural weddings will be the trend of the future. While many couples prefer their weddings to be culturally neutral, others are facing the multiethnic issue face on and are incorporating both cultures in a unique style of their own. (www.buzzle.com, Frank Duru)
This month I will be sharing how two people from two cultural backgrounds incorporate their traditions in their wedding, how to plan a multicultural wedding, multicultural themes, and the difficulties interracial couples are facing when planning a wedding.
Planning a wedding is not easy for anyone. There are still many ways of getting help with difficult planning choices. Wedding planners, caterers, friends and family are excellent resources for designing a custom multicultural wedding. Weddings are personal experiences, and the best one's are the most unique. I hope you find this series of various cultures that I will be sharing with you in the coming months is both helpful and useful in planning your wedding, but for now...
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Sources: http://www.buzzle.com (INTERRACIAL COUPLES: Multicultural Weddings - a New Kind of Celebration, by Frank Duru); http://www.associatedcontent.com/ (How to Plan a Multi-Cultural Wedding, by Sophie)
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