Imagine planning your second wedding as a divorced mother that is extremely active in her church to a woman.
Hue I Do Podcast
A podcast about weddings, marriage, and life through the lens of brides & wives. Hosted by two best friends that were each other’s MOHs and are now newlyweds, Ashleigh Coffie and Toniah Paryo Gray. Formerly known as The Black Wedding Podcast. BRIDES.com said you should listen.
Wedding vendor regret stories are more common than you’d probably imagine. Some struggle through while others fire the vendor though
Wedding planning is one task, but what about estate planning? We’re talking about living wills, trusts, and why this is a hard convo to have.
Learn how the pandemic impacted how we travel, should we take that voucher or nah, what could happen when we head to our bachelorette or honeymoon, and more.
We discuss how the Black wife evolved romantically, sexually, economically, educationally, and professionally.
After three years of wedding podcasting, Hue I Do, or rather Hueido has evolved for the better.
Wedding inflation is hitting everyone hard, our vendors included. We’re talking about that, how much vendors really make, and so much more.
We discuss how to create and maintain a wedding budget with the help of virtual wedding planner, Brittany Smith of The Ven List.
Khrystina Steib of Steib Weddings explains to us why it is very important for your wedding photographer and videographer to be in sync.
Journalist Arielle Hixson described how her bridesmaids supported her through her COVID wedding in 2020 and her reception in 2021.
We discuss the variety of wedding scams and wedding scammers that exist and how to not fall for their traps.
We discuss the long list of activities, dining experiences, and fun we could enjoy during a honeymoon in the Bahamas.
We are discussing how wedding planning can be an extremely lonely process with @andallthatjasz from TikTok.
GiGi McDowell, the founder and CEO of tech startup Fêtefully explains the details behind why we need a well-prepared wedding timeline.
We discuss how the attachment styles (anxious, disorganized, avoidant, and secure) can impact our marriage and relationships as adults.