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"I am a South Indian who moved to the US six years back, and the groom is American, born and raised here. I am from a state in India called Karnataka. In the wedding, we included rituals and decor native to my place while retaining some American traditions." This couple successfully combined Indian and American cultures to create a pink and gold rustic-meets-elegant wedding in Wisconsin.

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Leila and Calvin blended together traditions from their Filipino, African American, Muslim, and Irish heritages and made it all MAD GOOD. During their ceremony, they had drummers perform and their officiant also included an African tradition of afoshe: eating and drinking different foods and beverages that represented symbols about a marriage.

Are you ready to experience this rich and stunning multicultural wedding?

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You'll fall for this multicultural midweek wedding with dinosaurs and pom-poms

Annie and Jose had a multicultural midweek wedding under towering redwood trees. They gorgeously combined their two cultures (Jose is from Spain and Annie is from Japan) with ceremonies and details from each. They also used their communities to make the wedding a labor of love with DIY flower arrangements, makeup and hairstyles, and lots of decor elements. Don't miss their guest book art project and golden dinosaurs, too!

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An Ojai mountain ranch international wedding that slays with style

The bride is half Peruvian/Dutch and the groom is Indonesian/Dutch, and they've lived on three continents. Despite having only around 50 or so guests at the wedding, it was a multicultural motley crew of people traveling from all over the world to meet up in the sun-kissed Black Walnut Farm in the mountains of Ojai, California. They wanted to combine the food of Europe and South America with the wines of California. You'll want to seeeee!