We chat with two of our favorite wedding vendors to discuss what wedding antics we’d like everyone to leave in 2022.
Wedding planners and VH1 stars Tori Williams and Courtney Ajinca tell us how we can realistically have our celebrity dream weddings.
Before we begin the 2022 wedding season, let’s discuss the foolery from 2021 and vow to not bring any of that into the new year.
Racquel Watson from Standing Ovations Weddings & Events tells us how to handle the disrespectful bridal party and family members.
Co-host Ashleigh and her fiance Edwin talked about how he proposed, their upcoming wedding and the pre-COVID-19 plans.
37. Our Blackness & The Wedding Industry: Pt. 2 with Ashley Strickland, Cara Davis Little, B. Gandy, and Wendy Huggins
We continue our summer 2020 conversation about being Black in the wedding industry with four amazing vendors.
36. Our Blackness & The Wedding Industry: Pt. 1 with Candace Darby, Tiffanie McCoy, and Leneille Moon
Three African American wedding vendors discuss the inequities and sudden bandaging of the wedding industry, especially wedding media.
What do you do when you get engaged, start planning your wedding, and then make the hard decision to break up and cancel the wedding?
We talked to a bride that moved overseas after getting engaged, yet is planning her wedding and entire life back in Atlanta.
Kaycia Rhone of Kaycia Rhone Events talked to us about the pros and cons of having children at your wedding and how to talk to guests about the choice you made regarding kids at the wedding.
Listen to this episode with bride Shayla Varona and why she says her wedding day last year was the “BEST DAY EVER!”