We are discussing how wedding planning can be an extremely lonely process with @andallthatjasz from TikTok.

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GiGi McDowell, the founder and CEO of tech startup Fêtefully explains the details behind why we need a well-prepared wedding timeline.

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We discuss how the attachment styles (anxious, disorganized, avoidant, and secure) can impact our marriage and relationships as adults.

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CEO of Honeyfund Sara Margulis helps us with the perfect honeymoon destinations for every kind of newlywed.

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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...

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Children are cute but do they belong at weddings? Kaycia Rhone of Kaycia Rhone Events gives us some things to think about.

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A rerun episode about how imposter wedding syndrome impacts brides, grooms, vendors, and the industry itself.

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We talk to ladies of Fawn & Sable about how brides and vendors can make their weddings look amazing so it can be published in magazines.

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We discuss the roles and responsibilities of the members of the wedding party with wedding party coach Alexis Y. Hardy.

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Go back and listen to this episode from 2020 about guest etiquette, plus ones, and other guest-related foolishness.

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The considerations around selecting your wedding venue, including cost, venue amenities, what your vendor wants, and more.

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How did Black people love and marry after slavery? We take a postbellum look at how our ancestors loved and existed in the 0-2 generations after slavery.

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Janique and Anthony Edwards, the family behind EatOkra, is sharing their love story and how it led to the creation of the app.

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We talk to a Black antique dealer about the history of the cluster ring, how it came to be in modern times, and why everyone hates it so much.

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