Black Wedding Moment Of the Day: This Bride And Her Tribe Dazzle In Dashikis

Here's to being woke and in love.

"You can always tell who the strong women are. They are the ones you see building each other up instead of tearing one another down" ~Unknown I love this photo for 3 reasons: 1) It shows how fashionable @chichizzle is in general which permeated the whole wedding. I mean how could you not love those shirts!!?? 2) You can see how much these women genuinely care for and support each other. It's an amazing thing and I'm grateful that I got to witness their bond even more in person 3) It showcases my "signature" perfectly, so its my pick for today's #instatidechallenge post. I've worked on many events from Macedonian weddings to product launches, but my signature has always been West African and African American weddings. I love what I do, and being part of the vendor community that continually puts positive images of us out to the universe. 📸 by @fotosbyfola #dcweddingplanner #nigerianwedding #chichiandifeanyi2016 @risingtidesociety #blacklove

A photo posted by Fey O - Statuesque Events (@statuesqueevent) on

On your wedding day you're surrounded by love, especially the love of the special women in your life. 

To help her celebrate her nuptials, the bride-to-be and her bridesmaids had a turn up in honor of love and it was everything! 

Dressed in vibrant dashiki's these ladies are coordinated, classy and carefree. 

Not only does their beauty radiate from the photo but their overwhelming joy for one another just makes us want to say, "Yes Queens!"

Here's to sisterhood! 

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