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COMBINING TRADITIONS 6 tips to celebrate your backgrounds Many couples who get married come from different ethnic, cultural, social and religious backgrounds. Incorporating these differences into your ceremony can celebrate your individualism and personality as a couple. Thousands of books have been written on incorporating cultural, religious and other – such as military – traditions into your wedding day. While we certainly don’t have the room to go into specific wedding traditions here, we do want to answer the question: how do you effectively incorporate more than one “theme”? Here are five key tips on how to do this successfully:

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1. Focus on just one or two ‘big elements’ each at the ceremony and reception. For example, if you have your heart set on having a military arch with sabers at your ceremony, then it’s probably best not to also include an Irish bagpiper at the same time playing backup to a singer singing traditional Jewish wedding songs. Focus on what is most important to you and to your fiancé, and to your families, and keep the more prominent thematic elements to a minimum. 2. Express yourself in the details. Of course, in the wedding day details, you can express all of your

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Everything for your wedding in Southeast Wisconsin including Milwaukee, Waukesha, Washington County, Racine, Kenosha and Lake Geneva.