[John Riedl] And so we wanted to think, well how would you approach this question of the gender imbalance in Wikipedia if you wanted to approach it from a very rigorous standpoint? [If you] really wanted to look at hundreds of thousands of editors and you wanted to look at
It was really important for us to go back to New Zealand to have our wedding. Māori culture is something we were brought up with and is how all our family were raised before us. Everything about the Māori culture I’m proud of. In a wedding, people just do what
It has to be an amazing wedding. I’m a wedding planner, you know, everyone’s going to look at our work. It’s much more difficult then deciding on other people’s behalf, so it really has been very, very, very stressful. Ziad wanted a really, really small wedding, and I like big
The town I’m from, it’s so flat and so dry. Whereas I come from a place where it’s just water, and it’s so wet. My family are farmers. My family all used to be fishermen. Complete opposites. Yeah. I’m so excited to show the blend of Finnish and Australian traditions.
I think it’s important to keep cultural traditions alive. Being sort of British/African, we wanted something that combined both cultures together. But we wanted to have Anglo-African fusion because that’s what we are, but also for our little boy as well. He’s a mixture of the two cultures. If I
I always thought I wanted a husband who would wear my family tartan on our wedding day if I was going to give up my surname and that’s exactly what he did. I was fully kilted up for the wedding. I decided that since Emma was getting a new dress,
So I was born in Lagos, Nigeria and moved here when I was six months old. My parents kind of raised my brother and I in a Western way. I’m very British, but a British Nigerian on a journey to understand the significance of my Nigerian heritage. I’m a hybrid
Hi, everyone. I’m Lucie, I’m a content creator and a video producer and this is my husband. I’m Michael. I’m none of those things. We just got married after dating for 10 years. We didn’t have a wedding theme, per se. We wanted the tables to feel very inviting and
This is Kelly; she’s Irish. This is Rambod; he’s Persian. In 36 hours they will get married in San Diego, where we’ll see a bedazzled bridal table, dance with a wild Irishman, and watch a knife dance where Rum showers his sister with cash. Chica-chica-chick! Ay, ay, ay! Ah-chick! Ay!
On our 4 year anniversary, on our drive to Alaska, I said let’s go on a nature hike or something. We wanted to go moose spotting. Moose spotting. Which is a thing in Alaska. Ladies, romance. I got down on one knee. And I said, “Please, will you marry me?