Petronella brings the truth to this episode of the show!
Multi-cultural weddings. What are they, really, and what can you expect if you are planning or photographing one? That is our focus with speaker, educator and wedding photographer Petronella Lugemwa. We dive into what the definition of a multi-cultural wedding is (and how if you think you’ve never had one, you’re probably wrong) and why it is so important to really immerse yourself into the culture, traditions and nuances of your multi-cultural couples, whether it’s by race or religion.
So grab your coffee and your tea, and let’s talk it out!
About Petronella Lugemwa
Petronella Lugemwa is a speaker, storyteller, educator, and Creative Director & owner of Petronella Photography, an award-winning photography studio based in the NY area that creates exclusive destination wedding and family photography experiences for discerning multicultural couples by authentically capturing their love and family. She believes that what makes you different makes you beautiful. She was named a Rising Star in wedding photography worldwide and photographed the Nov 2018 magazine cover. Her work has been featured in The Knot, Carats and Cake, Essence, Martha Stewart Weddings, and MunaLuchi Bride.
- What is a multi-cultural wedding?
- Photography in the multi-cultural space
- Being aware
- Styled shoots & research
- Asking questions
- What to expect from your wedding
- A love story is a love story
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Title Track Voiceover: Melissa Disney
Editor: M. Lynn
Photos: Courtney Paige Ray
Cover Art: Magnoliahouse Creative