Gowns and Guests

Black Owned Wedding Businesses You Should Be Supporting

From photographers to planners to floral designers, there is a plethora of Black-owned wedding businesses you can help support by securing their services.

Here are just a few:

Chi-Chi Ari

Wedding Photographer

Chi-Chi Ari studied at Parsons, The New School for Design, and has worked as a fashion designer for many years. She says it was the “undeniable hopeful romantic” inside her that led her to pursue a wedding photography career.

Andrew Roby Events

Wedding Planner

Andrew Roby is an army vet and veteran wedding planner. Based in D.C., he helps lead a team that produces “engaging and romantic” wedding celebrations. The number of events they take on is limited, so make sure to book early.

Offerings

Floral Designer

Schentell Nunn studied design at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco and interior architecture, graduating in 2012. After four years passed by, she opened Offerings, which is a floral design studio in California. She also owns NUN, a company that focuses on jewelry.

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