- 2 years ago
- Wedding: June 2019
So I am getting married in a year and we are planning out the details. I am mexican/korean, he is korean filipino, and we are both Catholic. We are having a army wedding as well, on top of adding our cutural aspects. I was raised as a mexican, every tradition I know and want is pure rancho/charro. I know absolutly nothing about korean weddngs, and from a filipino traditions that I have heard about (its mostly the same traditions that I was raised with). I don’t really know what to do as far as the korean or Army aspect of the wedding. His family is not really keen on my traditions (such as the groom paying and the brides parents giving furniture and such), and they are kind of hesitent to put thier imput into the wedding. It makes it difficult, as when I thought of planning my wedding, my segura would just take hold and do everything. Which is what I was told when I was planning my 15 (a loong time ago). I am really unsure on how to involve them to the capacity that I want. I guess I just want what is expected in my own culture. Any thoughts or ideas? I was thinking at least multicultural catering.