All the sweet things from my weekend at home in Michigan are on the blog!
I’m excited to now be working with Sitting in a Tree! Here’s my first post for their blog: 5 Questions You Should Never Ask Your Bridal Party
My latest wedding post for Birchbox!
The Bridal Bun: Lover.ly
When it comes to wedding hairstyles, our current favorite is the bun. It’s such a classic look, but still feels fresh when paired with today’s bridal styles. Anyone can master this no-fuss look and it works for brides, bridesmaids, and guests. Here are our favorite versions from Lover.ly…
It’s the Friday social (airport edition!)…come hang out!
New post today on A Practical Wedding about the downsides of being a long-distance bride (and bridesmaid)!
It’s the age-old debate: are you comfortable sharing your toothbrush with someone you also have sex with? Come share your thoughts on the blog!
Things that might seem outdated for popular feminism may actually be points of pride for women who have historically been denied access to a certain mode of femininity. If you are a member of a group of women that has been constantly caricatured as mammies and welfare queens, sexually pathologized, and whose inequity has been attributed to broken, abnormal, and matriarchal family structures, then bearing the title of Mrs. and taking your husband’s last name can actually be displays of resistance. If you have grown up seeing constant media reports on the fatherlessness of Black children and the unmarriageability of Black women, then having your father walk you down the aisle and flashing your ring can both be points of pride.
Jalondra A. Davis in an absolutely fantastic post on A Practical Wedding