Circling back to the chat we had with Lundyn Carter from Laine London, Atlanta bridal gown rental shop, earlier this year.
Atty. Shay M. Lawson discusses with us how to review our wedding contracts as many brides are battling vendors due to COVID-19 restrictions.
We discussed the timeless TV show Girlfriends as adults and how the romantic and platonic relationships of the show framed our thoughts as adults.
Co-host Ashleigh and her fiance Edwin talked about how he proposed, their upcoming wedding and the pre-COVID-19 plans.
Because of COVID-19 and safety precautions, Christina and her husband had a very intimate outdoor wedding and streamed it on Zoom with the help of Wedfuly.
Courtney-Rose Dantus from Dantus & Co. Events discussed the importance of incorporating you and your s/o’s backgrounds into your wedding.
The first question we asked Steve Moore from Affairs to Remember was “Are buffets dead?” He gave us that answer and so much more.
Within weeks, Jasmine and Peter Darbey changed their 2021 wedding plans and opted for a small elopement with friends in Joshua Tree.
We talked to Sarah Nickens from SG3 Events about how vendors can keep their brides happy & why you shouldn’t shade your vendors online.
We talked to Kathryne Carter from Grace and Virtue Events about how you can honor those who passed away before the wedding day.
We have officially hit ONE YEAR of podcasting! Ashleigh and Toniah go down memory lane of the entire year, 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.
Ashley Strickland of Ashley Nicole Photography (@ashleynicolephotosatl) talked to us about other reasons why Black brides don’t go for the first look, how it benefits the brides and their vendors, and other first look alternatives to consider.