What you should do if you are planning a wedding during the coronavirus pandemic.
Getting married is an amazing event that changes your life. It can take some getting used to, but the journey is exciting and can be eye-opening. Here are a few tips to help you transition into your new role as a wife.
Need help maintaining your happy marriage? Check out these black love leaders and relationship experts who are offering up serious gems on how to stay together.
Everyone loves gifts and your wedding is no exception. But, times are different and modern couples want untraditional registries now more than ever. Check out this roundup on alternative wedding registry resources.
Check out this exclusive interview with Chicago-based wedding planner Kia Marie Events. Here you'll get an inside scoop on her wedding planning process while she walks around town with Kendra Lynece Photography.
Gabrielle Joffie reveals her bridesmaids and shares how she welcomed them into her squad. Check out her amazing story inside.
For traditional brides and grooms that don't want to see each other before the wedding day, a "First Touch" is a great option to prepare for the aisle. Check out these four options in this planning article.
Find out how you can avoid breaking the bank on your wedding day, even when things go wrong at the last minute. Financial expert Shiv Nanda from MoneyTap shares his tips.
Our winter issue is finally here and it's filled to the brim with content to inspire you about self-care, love, planning your dream wedding and making your marriage last! Check out our exclusive celebrity interview and cover story with Zena and Tank Babbs!
We interviewed real bride Alexandra Weekly and got the inside scoop on how she handled nerves before her wedding. Read through her experience to find out how you can avoid jitters before walking down the aisle.
We've heard many myths when it comes to wedding planning. While some are debatable, others are just over the top and not true. Black Bride is here to debunk some of the top wedding myths to save you some stress.
In a since-deleted Reddit post, a 26-year-old bride has attracted criticism when she got upset at her bridesmaid for deciding to drop out of the event. The internet let her know how it really felt about the situation.
Imagine sitting down at your reception, on the biggest day of your life, only to have hundreds of notifications come trickling through your phone. You find yourself tagged in numerous, bad angled pictures minutes before you and hubby even say, "I do." No bride should have pictures of herself online that she did not approve.