Breaking down all the assumed responsibilities of the wedding cake baker versus what is the responsibility of someone else.
Black Wedding Podcast
Reaching 25 years of marriage is worth celebrating and for Latasha Gillespie and her husband, they had to do so twice.
Latasha talked to us about her journey to 25 years of marriage and why celebrating this feat was important for her husband.
We are talking with veteran wedding planner Tiffanie McCoy of Bird of Paradise Events about her wedding planning guide.
We’re talking about all the things that people assume bridal hair stylist Carmen Davis would do though it definitely wasn’t in her contract.
We’re continuing our conversation about wedding-related grief, disappointment, and frustrating feelings with counselor Edie King-Lawrence.
Your engagement should be one of the happiest moments if your life, but for some, it provides complex feelings of grief and disappointment.
We’re discussing the pros and cons of having a rehearsal dinner, as well as some tips for planning one if you decide to go that route.
Based on our experiences, we are sharing what newly engaged fiancees should do or think about after getting engaged.
Sisterhood, especially in life moment’s like planning a wedding, looks many ways to many people. We examine its layers in this conversation with Dr. Joy Harden Bradford.
Recent DIY bride Markee Williamson DIYed at least 90% of her wedding. She explains to us why and what she’d do differently if she could.
We discuss what defines a glam wedding, including the budget, necessary vendors, and why it is appealing to many. Plus we share the results of the glam wedding survey.
Wedding vendor regret stories are more common than you’d probably imagine. Some struggle through while others fire the vendor though
After three years of wedding podcasting, Hue I Do, or rather Hueido has evolved for the better.
We are talking about the emotions and process of finding and selecting Black wedding vendors for your wedding day.