Are you a woman (or man!) of colour getting married later this year and struggling to find hair and beauty products that will match your skin tone and/or hair type? If so, check out this really great list from buzzfeed.com of various companies offering an endless supply of beauty goodies that will come in handy for your big day. Enjoy!
It’s been a really long time, but as we’re in the final hours of International Women’s Week 2015, I just thought I’d share these beautiful shots of brides of colour, flaunting their gorgeous natural tresses. The original post (available here) is courtesy of buzzfeed.com and should give all you fly sisters out there, preparing for your big days later this year, some much needed inspiration. Don’t forget to share with your fellow brides to be!
Truly inspirational, beautiful and one of the many reasons I believe(d) a blog like this needed to be created. Photographer Braden Summers describes (in the clip below) his quest to compile a series of portraits of same-gender loving couples from across the globe.
Hey Ladies! I am all over this one. If you have natural (or very curly) hair and are looking for some sleek and chic up-do options that won’t require extensions, chemicals, or a whole lot of drama, check out this piece on the Black Girl Long Hair website for some inspiration.
Obviously there are also loads of vloggers these days offering their own online tutorials, however I found the one below particularly helpful. Enjoy & happy twisting!
This is just so great I had to share! And coming from the UK too! We weren’t necessarily planning to have cake toppers at all, but having seen this, we might just have to. Click the link above if you want to learn more and order. Enjoy interracial loves; enjoy! ❤
Need to keep on top of your wedding planning and need one centralised place to do it? Why not sign up to the Wedding Notebook for free, which allows you to create your own to-do list calendar and a wedding website for your guests! It’s free and you’ll be saving the trees by not splashing out on a fancy wedding planning journal and/or book. Good luck and best wishes!
Anecdotal analysis of the wedding industry while we plan our own interracial and international special day.