This site has been getting quite a few hits lately, particularly the post on How to register a marriage between a Nepali and a foreigner. That post was about something that we did AFTER the wedding. But prior to that, we had to get married first. And it took countless lengthy discussions for us to… Continue reading Things to consider before deciding on a cross-cultural wedding
This is it! We made it! Anniversary time! High five to the dude! I’m writing this because I want to document my state of mind at this moment that we’re celebrating a milestone. So yes, I agree that celebrating a full year that passed is a milestone. But at the same time I feel that… Continue reading State of the Marriage: First Anniversary Edition
You might be wondering why is this even a thing. Most of the time it’s not. But if you’re in a relationship with a South Asian person, then it most likely will be a thing, if it isn’t already. A quick Google search will point you to the most popular blog posts and reddit discussions… Continue reading Telling South Asian parents about your cross-cultural relationship: This is our story
This is what marriage looks like, at the moment. We’ve been married for more than half a year now, but have only lived together by ourselves for the past two months or so. And this past few months have been crucial in establishing what our marriage would be like outside of the direct influence of… Continue reading State of the Marriage (Mo 8,Yr 1)
We got married in the Philippines. There were several reasons for this, and I will elaborate on them in a separate (future) post, but this was the decision that we ended up making. Specifically, we had in the island where my mother was born. I myself was not born and raised there, but I have fond memories of… Continue reading Wedding Reflection 
Between wedding preparations, the actual wedding day, hosting family and friends and taking them on tours, moving to another country, and diving straight into Dashain activities, I’m just quickly coming up for air here and saying a quick hello to the internet to say that we did it! Of course, life is different now. I… Continue reading Married!!!
The Bare Bride Journal is the brainchild of Sharon Leucke of the The Bare Bride. I can’t remember how I stumbled upon her website, but I did so within days of its launch, and I included it in my previous post on alternative wedding websites. The core message of The Bare Bride is to pay more… Continue reading A Journal for Brides-to-be