Hue I Do Wedding Podcast

Hue I Do Wedding Podcast

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May 18, 2022 72 min

There is a world of brides that are planning their wedding without someone to emote to. Their significant others may not get it, their friends may dismiss their complaints, and their family members may ignore them. There is a community online that can help fill that void, but it’s still hard. We’re discussing this and more with Jasmine, a 2023 bride.

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    The entire wedding day thrives off the creation of a successful wedding timeline. Competent wedding planners and coordinators will create the most detailed timeline and adjust it tens of times before the actual day. We talked to the CEO & Founder of wedding tech startup Fêtefully GiGi McDowell about the wedding timeline. Some of the points we cover in this episode include:

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    Did you know that the bonds we form with our parents and guardians as a baby influence our adult relationships? We discussed the four attachment styles (anxious, disorganized, avoidant, and secure) with marriage and family therapist Yvette Spears. Also, we talked about the type of counseling styles that may work best for us as there are a variety of styles there, as well. This is one you’ll want your spouse to listen to also.

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    Our first new episode since Toniah got married is about HONEYMOONS! (Can you believe that 110 episodes later this is our first about honeymoons?!) And we talked to the expert of all things saving for your honeymoons CEO of Honeyfund Sara Margulis about honeymoon destinations for EVERY couple — from the super adventurous to the folks with limited PTO. Hope you enjoy!

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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 helped us define the gowns that look so good on our curves, the trends from 2019 and before, and why dress shopping is horrible. Go listen!

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    Enjoy this rerun about why children don’t belong in weddings. We kid… well half of us are serious and the other is pro-children at weddings. Listen to this goodie w/Kaycia Rhone from 2020 about the pros and cons of children at your wedding.

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    As we prepare for Toniah’s wedding, take a listen at an episode that first aired last fall. We’re discussing the many facets of imposter brides and imposter vendors and imposter wedding syndrome! We hope you enjoy.

    Special Guests

  • Ebony Foreman from Ebony’s Bridal Experience & Carrie’s Bridal Collection

  • Carrie-Ann Kloda from Kith & Kin Weddings

  • Toryn Lankford from Exquisite Sounds Entertainment

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    March 30, 2022 104 min

    Did you know there is an art to getting your wedding picked up by your favorite wedding publications? Did you know that some of the vendors you see over and over have paid to be in a network where their work gets highlighted more than others? Well, we sat down with the Fawn & Sable co-founders, Brittany Barbosa, Cassie Davis, and Stephanie Oliver, about how to get into their magazine and others. We discuss exclusivity clauses, ...

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    Let’s go beyond the bridal shower and bachelorette and talk about what the bridal party *actually* does. After Toniah ran errands at the venue and cleaned my bridal suite, we knew we needed a real episode to break down what the bridal party is responsible for on the wedding day. A Part of The Party’s Alexis Y. Hardy joined us as our guest to help us figure out more about the bridal party’s roles and responsibilities. Don’t forget ...
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    Do you remember Gucci Mane and Keyshia Kaoir’s wedding? What about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s? Yandy and Mendeecees wedding? Some of you want a wedding seen in Hollywood and we chatted with Courtney Ajinca and Tori Williams, two of the planners behind VH1’s My Celebrity Dream Wedding to see how to make that a reality. We discuss budgets, guest lists, decor hacks, and more!

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    Enjoy this rerun from 2020 with Jennifer Price from Event Shoppe Chicago on guest etiquette. Should we give that plus one? Should they bring a gift? We dive into all of this and more.

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    Can you believe in over 100 episodes we never talked about selecting your wedding venue? Well, we are talking with fellow Mercer alum and wedding planner Stephany Perry of Stephany Perry Events about wedding venues. She breaks down what we should look for, things your vendors want, hidden fees, great amenities, and more.

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    The final episode in our Black Love & Black History series this month is takes a look at what Black love and marriage looked like after slavery. We talked to The Dopest Black Historian, Whitney Brantley, about how Black people lived after slavery and the war and what lasting impacts slavery and oppression overall had on their ability to establish and maintain relationships. Think of this as picking up where our convo w/Dr. Reye...
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    The third episode in our Black Love & Black History series this month is the love story of Anthony and Janique Edwards. They are the creators and brains behind EatOkra, an app geared towards helping people find Black-owned restaurants. You’ll hear how their story is woven into the story of the app — which has been mentioned on The Today Show, Good Morning America, Apple’s App Store, and shoot, everywhere. We’re pretty sure that...

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    Everyone hates cluster rings but this jewelry has been around for hundreds of years. We talk to antique dealer Tanzy Ward about the history of the cluster ring, how it came to be in modern times, and why everyone hates it so much. This also led to a conversation about Black history, especially Black Victorian and Americana history which is often erased. That’s a bonus for y’all! 🙂 Another great historical episode from our B...

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    In honor of Black History Month, we are giving you meaty historical wedding/marriage episodes. We’re kicking the month off with our conversation with Dr. Angelita Reyes, a professor at Arizona State University. We are all aware of jumping the broom and fictionalized versions of what weddings looked like among the enslaved, but let’s dig deeper. Dr. Reyes shared with us stories from women that lived and loved throughout that time. D...

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    January 26, 2022 77 min

    WOW! 100 episodes of Hue I Do! So for us to talk to Ashley from Ashley Nicole Photography about the process, pros, cons, and feelings around selecting a Black wedding vendor (or not) is very on brand! There’s a lot to chew on here — so let us know how you feel. And thank you for listening! Also, we launched find.hueido.com — the place to find wedding vendors like you. Add your faves today!

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    We are entering another year of the pandemic. With Omicron getting everyone sick, many brides are struggling to plan their wedding while making hard decisions to ensure everyone’s safety. We asked you what questions did you have and we took them to epidemiologist and podcast host Madeline Lewis to answer. (You might’ve seen Madeline (or Maddy) on TikTok breaking down epi questions before.) We hope this helps, Hue Boos! Don’t forge...
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    January 12, 2022 104 min

    2021 was a year. Vendors were tired, brides were exhausted, and we are all fed up. The two of us, along with B. Gandy from B For Beaute came together to discuss what in the world y’all were on last year and the BS we are NOT bringing into the new year. What are y’all leaving behind?

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    December 15, 2021 54 min

    Let’s finally think outside of the box when it comes to these bridal showers. We’re seeing the same ole themes time and time again. Along with our special guest Yinka, we are giving you ideas to really think about when it comes to the bridal shower. This means the guest list, the feels, and more. No more Tiffany or Coco Chanel, okay!?

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