As a culturally inclusive Austin wedding venue, we believe your wedding is the time to shine a spotlight on who you are your spouse are. If you and your fiancé come from two different cultural backgrounds, it can be difficult to decide whose culture should be represented, and how. With a little strategy, you can create a beautiful, harmonious synchronization of your two cultures.
We’ve seen a bride wear a traditional Indian dress to her ceremony and bring out the white gown for the reception. For an African-influenced wedding, maybe the groomsmen wear bowties made of traditional cloth.
Share your cultures through food. For example, the dinner can feature dishes from your countries of origin. It’s a great way to share your heritage with your guests and bring a piece of home to your wedding.
Florals & Decor
You could use floral arrangements that reflect what grows in your ancestors’ home country. Bring in small elements of decor like artwork, fabrics and patterns that tie back to you and your fiancés background.
Get people on the dance floor by incorporating songs from your home country in to your playlist or teach your partner a dance you learned in your childhood and perform it during your first dance.