Sarah Miller from Netflix's "Marriage or Mortgage" shared tips that couples everywhere could also implement to save money on their big day.
In 2020, guest Melissa told us about how she got engaged, married, and started a family in the year and what that journey means to her.
Jarrett and Tana Hicks were only engaged for two months before they decided to get married in Dallas last summer.
We talk about the absolute worst case scenarios that could occur on your wedding day and what we would do.
We talk with a veteran, Damien Carter from Damien Carter Photography, about what couples should ask and look for in their photographer.
Brittney and Tracey Todd have been married for a little over a year but their relationship took almost a decade to get to this point.
Two brides woosah and vent about their bridal parties and wedding guests on this week's episode of Hue I Do.
Two former brides talk to us about the expectations and reality of how their bridesmaids behaved during their engagement period.
Nicole Redd-McIntosh from Nicole Bakes Cakes helped us determine how to find the perfect cake designer for your wedding day.
We talk to Christy & Michelle from The Big Wedding Planning Podcast about what to know when searching for your wedding planner.
We talk about the costs, characteristics, and center stones that make the perfect engagement ring for these ladies on this week's episode.
We talk to Jennifer Price from Event Shoppe Chicago about wedding guest conundrums and what we need to do instead of what we want to do.
These two women share their proposal stories with us on this episode of Hue I Do. It is a reminder of how beautiful Black love can be.
Racquel Watson from Standing Ovations Weddings & Events tells us how to handle the disrespectful bridal party and family members.
Davida Buggs from Flowers by Lady Buggs helps us figure out what questions to ask potential floral designers before booking them.