A podcast about marriage, weddings, and life through the lens of the wife (and wife-to-be.) Hosted by two best friends that were each other’s MOHs and are now newlyweds, Ashleigh Coffie and Toniah Paryo Gray. BRIDES.com said you should listen.
167. Get Somebody Else To Do It: Bridal Stylist with Dasha Jackson
Dasha Jackson, a bridal stylist of The Bridal Bunny, discusses the responsibilities of a bridal stylist, the logistics and wedding day responsibilities, misconceptions about bridal stylists, and what brides and grooms should know.
167. A Special Valentine's Day Crossover: Ruby & Ossie
In this crossover Hue I Do and Aisle Tell You What episode, Ashleigh tells Toniah the love story of Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis.
166. Are Weddings Family Reunions? with Alyson Thompson
The question is really that simple: are wedding family reunions? We find out.
OG 101. Selecting Black Wedding Vendors with Ashley Strickland
Taking you back to an oldie and goodie. 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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165. Get Somebody Else To Do It: Wedding Planner with Kawania Wooten
We had the pleasure of chatting with wedding planner Kawania Wooten of Howerton+Wooten Events about the actual roles and responsibilities of the planner versus what is done by other wedding vendors.
164. Tipping Your Wedding Vendors with Camille Plummer
We discuss all of the things to know about tipping wedding vendors.
The Interview Felt Like Girlfriends Having Brunch
I was a guest wedding vendor on the Hue I Do Podcast and it was amazing. First, they prepare you for a successful interview with the onboarding materials. If you're invited, do everything they ask. Second, they invite you into their space not just as guest, but to promote your business on their vendor page! As a wedding vendor, we are asked to pay for spaces virtually everywhere, so to have it included with your appearance is amazing. Last, the conversation was so light, friendly, and just pleasant. We stayed on laughing and talking 20 minutes after the recording ended because it really did feel like girlfriends having brunch together. I'm grateful the opportunity and looking forward to a future show.
Love this show
So informative and educational . I love the way the stories are told and the background info we get to learn that we normally wouldn’t know