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Cultural Infusion Seamlessly blend heritage and traditions on your special day by Janecia Britt
ulture is the invisible bond that ties people together. It’s only natural that our nuptials reflect that. When wedding planning commences, couples are often faced with the task of blending different backgrounds and traditions into one gorgeous wedding day. It often starts with this critical question: What is important to us, and how can we incorporate that in a meaningful way on our wedding day? From traditional outfits to your choice of food, there are plenty of ways to include you or your partner’s culture into your ceremony and reception. Lauren LaRocque o� LV Photography shared these sentiments: “I was invited to capture a small, traditional Ghanaian wedding about a year or so back, and it was far from your traditional white dress/black tux event. Typically, there is a traditional wedding like the one I attended, and then a Westernized version a year or so later — also known as a ‘white wedding’ or a more traditional American
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