This is going to be such an inspiring wedding for brides on a budget. The wedding was a fusion of both their cultures, which is German and Filipino-Chinese.
The couple had a steel pan band for the Caribbean side, the wedding reading was in English and German.
Dave and Bridgett displayed their heritage at Germanic-American Institute in St. Paul, MN proving that you don’t have to travel far to have a German wedding. Their ceremony was complete with traditional bridesmaid dresses, pretzels, brats, snuff, and lots of beer! The highlight of the day was Baumstamm Sägen, a Bavarian log sawing ceremony that symbolizes all that Dave and Bridgette can accomplish
Ndidi and Gunnar had a German and Nigerian multicultural wedding.
Kelsey + Kagan were married at a lovely little church in Maryland followed by a super fun reception at a local community hall. They included the German sawing a log tradition in their wedding.
Incorporating the culturally diverse wedding traditions of their guests, Sean and Bernhard performed a slew of wedding customs from breaking glass to sawing logs to doing money dances with foreign cur