As you know, weddings can be expensive. We’re running back this episode from last fall with creator of Flower Moxie Amy McCord Jones on the truth about DIY brides, how they’re frequently overlooked, and why so many opt to put their own...
Last August, we discussed why when you see Black weddings in the media, they usually have one look -- glam.
Another great rerun from last year about boundaries — something we all need before embarking upon married life. Everyone and their mama has something to say about your wedding — it costs too much, it’s not what they envisioned, it’s not how...
We are halfway through 2022 so let's remind ourselves of the wedding nonsense that we said we weren't going to tolerate this year.
Last rerun episode but this one was a fave — we chatted with Michaela Johnson, the bridal stylist that helped Ashleigh find her reception dress in 2019. As someone who is in the industry, she helped us define the gowns that look so good on our...
Children are cute but do they belong at weddings? Kaycia Rhone of Kaycia Rhone Events gives us some things to think about.
Go back and listen to this episode from 2020 about guest etiquette, plus ones, and other guest-related foolishness.
In this rerun episode, gain realistic expectations about what each wedding item costs and how it'll truly impact your budget.
Pre-marital counselors Michael and Larraine Forrester from A Relationship Ministry explained to us the different counseling styles, why couples should heed red flags, the benefits of relationship mentors, and so much more.
Steve M. Moore with Affairs to Remember discusses how COVID-19 has impacted the food at weddings and we learn if buffets are really dead.
Go back and listen to our episode with wedding planner and attorney Cara Davis Little.
Circling back to the chat we had with Lundyn Carter from Laine London, Atlanta bridal gown rental shop, earlier this year.