How to Plan an Inclusive Wedding

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What do you get when two best friends start a podcast to document the highs and lows of planning a wedding? Enter the Hue I Do Wedding Podcast.

Ashleigh (Whitby) Coffie (the Bride) and Toniah Paryo (the Maid of Honor) started their podcast in 2019 after noticing a lack of Black representation in the wedding podcast space.

These two besties cover it all. They chat with real couples and wedding pros and offer very real (and sometimes even unsolicited) wedding planning advice to couples.

I was thrilled when Ashleigh and Toniah invited me to join them on their podcast to chat about creating tasteful and inclusive multicultural and interfaith wedding celebrations. This topic means a lot to me as it was my own experience planning a multicultural and interfaith wedding that led me on this wild and wonderful journey of becoming a wedding planner.

I’m excited for you to listen and can’t wait to hear what you think!

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Dantus & Co. Events specializes in special event, and wedding planning & design in the greater Washington, D.C. area and beyond. Our couples are busy professionals who love details, want to incorporate several cultures or religions into their big day, and need a wedding planner who gets it to help.