Bridging the cultural divide

It's not just a marriage of ideas, it is a marriage of customs and beliefs.

“Love is love and it doesn’t matter where you come from or what religion you are – you just can’t let those barriers stop you from following your heart.”
Walk down the aisle with SBS this summer, as we explore the chaotic and colourful road to intercultural weddings. Marry Me, Marry My Family premieres Tuesday 9th...
True love is meant to transcend cultures and borders, but can it overcome religious and racial differences? One interfaith couple - a Jewish woman from New York...
“It’s really about having to be a little bit creative and a little bit inventive about how you manage the distance – but I think it’s equally important to know...
Sometimes, romance has nothing to do with it.
When Ian Rose became the father of half-Vietnamese children, he soon discovered there was a set of rules and traditions to learn.
Tongues wagged when Australian-born Turkish journalist Dilvin Yasa married her English husband ten years ago, but it's a decision she says was the best she's ever...

The big day

The customs and rituals that define the wedding day.

Forget dresses, venues, vows and music — when it comes to weddings, it’s really all about the cake.
There’s more to wedding favours than candy-coated almonds.