Along with fifteen of our favorite wedding vendors, we’ve compiled a list of the trends and predictions we foresee for Black weddings, couples, and wedding vendors in 2024.
How did Black people love and marry after slavery? We take a postbellum look at how our ancestors loved and existed in the recent generations after slavery.
Janique and Anthony Edwards, the family behind EatOkra, is sharing their love story and how it led to the creation of the app.
We are talking about the emotions and process of finding and selecting Black wedding vendors for your wedding day.
Within weeks, Jasmine and Peter Darbey changed their 2021 wedding plans and opted for a small elopement with friends in Joshua Tree.
We have officially hit ONE YEAR of podcasting! We go down memory lane of why they started Hue I Do, how the podcast has grown and what has happened to each guest since they’ve been on the show.
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.
Plenty of wedding magazines come up with trends every year, but does this even apply to Black weddings? So we, Ashleigh and Toniah, went through a few magazine trends and discussed if they even related to us.