• Wedding,  Ideas,  Games and Traditions

    Kids wedding activity book

    We wanted to have an adult only -wedding, except for our nephews. As there were only three kids coming, I made them an activity book since there wasn't really any other entertainment just for children. The kids were ages of five, seven and ten so I tried to make the book so that each one of them could find something at their own level there...

  • Wedding,  Games and Traditions,  Relationship

    Shoe game

    As we didn't have time to do the shoe game at our wedding we figured why not do it on the blog! So, we got the questions that were written for us, each answered them separately and then I put them together here. E means Eerikki's response, S is my. Which one of us is better at cooking?...

  • Wedding,  Games and Traditions

    wedding dance

    Picture: Vill Sander Collaboration with Tanssiurheiluseura Lumets It was especially my wish to learn a choreography for our wedding dance as I love dancing and I thought it would be nice to go to classes and practice together through the summer. We had taken a beginners course some time ago at Tanssiurheiluseura Lumetsand had a great time. We also really liked our teachers so it was clear that we would go there for our wedding dance as well. I really wanted to dance rumba as I had never tried it before...

  • Ideas,  Games and Traditions

    Ideas for a beautiful civil ceremony

    All pictures: weddingomania.com Some may think that if you don't have your wedding at a church, your only other option is a short and dry a few minute ceremony. In reality you have a lot of options on what you can do at a civil ceremony in Finland. We went to see the person who'll be marrying us yesterday and as I found the meeting really useful, I figured I'd share some ideas here...

  • Games and Traditions

    Basics of Finnish language

    This blog post is about what to call your new family members after the wedding. And no, it's not filled with pejoratives and curse words :D In Finnish we have our own words for in-laws, so instead of saying mother-in-law etc. we have a specific word for it. So this post is completely untranslatable. So, instead, I'll teach you some random words in Finnish...

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