In this rerun episode, gain realistic expectations about what each wedding item costs and how it'll truly impact your budget.
Go back and listen to how Racquel Watson from Standing Ovations Weddings & Events told us how to handle the disrespectful bridal party and family members.
We learned how to prioritize communication, define our marriage and create a successful relationship by embracing "Divorce is Not An Option."
We're discussing DIY weddings, the pros and cons of having one, how much money brides actually save and more!
Black queer love is frequently removed from the conversation, even when many of the vendors we admire identify as lesbian, gay, or queer.
Dara Adams tells us about the evolution of bridal fashion, what trends are taking over currently, & where we see style moving forward.
We are discussing how to handle the regret that comes with booking vendors that don't deliver and how to do our due diligence beforehand.
We are replaying the episode about engagement rings and all the characteristics that make the perfect ring on this week's episode.
We are discussing how mposter wedding syndrome and imposter bride syndrome can take place throughout the planning process.
We are talking about how to treat, pamper, and show appreciation to our bridesmaids throughout the entire engagement period.
We are talking about why brides need liability, postponement, and cancellation wedding insurance with Eventsured.
We kicked this new vendor series off with Randi from Sugar Euphoria about what to do when the wedding season is a bit dry.
We are discussing how you can take premarital counseling, live together, and still be surprised by the person you married.
According to most wedding publications and social media, Black weddings look the same. The decor, dresses, and aesthetic are similar and we discuss why.
Guests and newlyweds Tye & Morgan intentionally used basically all Black and POC vendors for their Juneteenth 2021 wedding.