Munaluchi Bride » Blog http://munaluchibridal.com #1 chic and stylish magazine catering to brides of color. Sat, 25 Mar 2017 02:49:23 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.1.16 Adeola and John’s Stunning Mansion Wedding in Atlanta http://munaluchibridal.com/adeola-johns-stunning-mansion-wedding-atlanta/ http://munaluchibridal.com/adeola-johns-stunning-mansion-wedding-atlanta/#comments Fri, 24 Mar 2017 21:23:26 +0000 http://munaluchibridal.com/?p=147406 Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola31 Sometimes in finding love it begins with an inexplicable allure...a certain magnetism that you...

The post Adeola and John’s Stunning Mansion Wedding in Atlanta appeared first on Munaluchi Bride.

]]>
Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola31

Sometimes in finding love it begins with an inexplicable allure...a certain magnetism that you just can't put into words - drawing your gaze to another's, guiding your step in their direction. For Adeola this inexplicable feeling initially took hold and as she recalls that day at work,"for some reason when I saw him, I made an extra effort to help him even though as a manager, I had other associates that could help him." Numbers were exchanged but ultimately, regardless of that initial magnetism, Adeola "was not very interested in getting into a relationship." John's persistence would pay off as he continued to send her text messages of well wishes every morning, a casual conversation ensuing here and there. It would be at John's birthday party that the initial magnetism would finally become the spark of love...

Read all about Adeola and John's love story, romantic proposal, and wedding experiences below, in this stunning Atlanta mansion wedding, beautifully captured by Fotos by Fola photography. See the complete gallery here!

Bride & Groom: Adeola & John
Wedding Date: 03/04/2016
Wedding Location: Atlanta, GA
Occupation: Adeola works in banking and John in Real Estate property management.

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola1

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola3

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola5

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola6

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola7

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola9

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola15

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola17

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola22

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola10

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola11

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola12

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola14

Tell us how you met and all about the proposal: I met John when he walked into my job to conduct business. At that point in my life, I was not very interested in getting into a relationship but for some reason when I saw him, I made an extra effort to help him even though as a manager, I had other associates that could help him.
While conducting the business he came for, he asked me where I was from and I told him. He proceeded to tell me that he was also Nigerian. I smiled in disbelief and said "yeah right", shrugging off the joke. He kept a straight face and said no really, then I asked to see his drivers license and after carefully reviewing it, I determined he was lying.
He explained further to me and I finally believed that he may be telling the truth. After the exchange, he boldly asked for my number. Before I could say no, I found myself writing down my number. In my mind, I was only giving him my information so I could expose him to a beautiful side of himself and a culture that he did not know (as most Nigerian's do)
The very next day, he texted "Good morning" and I responded dryly since I was not really interested. Clearly I had been overly spontaneous the previous day and now have to deal with this stranger. Anyone that knows me well, knows I'm not really interested in getting to know new people (#nonewfriends...lol). For the next few weeks he continued to text me every morning and we managed to have a couple of short conversations.
It was his birthday at the end of the month and he had invited me to his birthday party that was being held at a lounge. I decided to go with a friend after he asked for the umpteenth time. I remember not really joining him where all his friends were, but we shared a dance that was simply put...magnetic. It was then that I started to feel something different. It was almost like we were communicating in silence, and everything felt safe and familiar.
Shortly thereafter, I travelled across the world and he called me everyday. I started to look forward to his voice, laughter and humor and before you know it, I was in love with him.
After a few weeks, months and year, the rest as they say is history as we take the next step into our journey of forever.

Proposal Story:
Honestly, a few months into our relationship, I knew Adeola was THE ONE. She was the smartest, most intelligent, beautiful, kind hearted person I met. Believe it or not, I picked out her ring about this time but it did take a few more months for me to ask her "The Question". There has never been any doubt in my mind but she had always mentioned that she wanted to wait till a certain amount of time to consider taking the next step, so I anxiously waited.
Now anyone that knows Adeola, knows that she is a very smart and resourceful woman just like I mentioned earlier. So popping the question was a very hard task to keep secret. In March of 2015, I got a chance to meet her mom when she visited Atlanta. I had a very great conversation with her mom and made my intentions known to her. I got her blessings along with that of the rest of her family.
The next Saturday after receiving the family's blessing, I set the plan in motion knowing I had to plan intimate proposal like she always wanted. Ady had gone to work and I knew this would be the perfect time to go undetected. I honestly had a few errands to run and was racing to get home before she got back from work. I had picked up some rose petals, candles and wine and I also made sure to get the ring cleaned and shiny. ​
Luckily I made it back home in time and I put rose petals from the bottom of the stairs all the way upstairs and into the bedroom. I also made a heart shape with the rose petals with the ring in the middle. Once she got home, she was looking for me and I told her to come upstairs. As she walked up the stairs, I could hear her smile and laughter which made me a little bit at ease knowing that today will be the day that I would get the woman of my dreams to take the journey to eternity with me by saying "Yes". I am so excited that she said "yes".

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola36

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola37

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola34

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola39

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola41

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola42

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola40

Wedding Style: Overall wedding style was simple but elegant.

Describe your wedding dress: my wedding dress was an Allure mermaid style gown with sweetheart neckline. Heavily beaded at the body with a tulle bottom.

What was wedding shopping like for you? Some aspects of wedding shopping was stressful like finding the perfect bridesmaids dresses as only one of my bridesmaids was local. Most other aspects were moderately easy thanks to my planner who had recommendations for everything I needed.

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola43

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola45

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola47

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola49

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola48

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola50

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola51

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola52

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola54

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola55

Did you incorporate any culture into your wedding? We incorporated Nigerian culture through the music choices, second attire and entertainment (Nigerian MC). We also incorporated a little bit of my husbands Caribbean culture through the food and some of the music choices.

Bridesmaids/Groomsmen gifts: Bridesmaids - Silk robes and jewelry set Groomsmen - Customized Pilsner Beer Glass.
Favorite item on the menu: Whole Red Snapper with Rice and peas and plantains.
First dance song: John Legend: Made to Love
Favorite item on the menu: Nigerian jollof rice, of course!
First dance song: Maxwell- Stop the World

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola58

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola59

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola60

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola63

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola65

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola67

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola74

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola76

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola87

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola85

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola93

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola101

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola102

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola106

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola107

What is your best memory from your wedding? The best memory was just having everyone we love in one place celebrating with us. We had another wedding in Nigeria earlier in the year and a lot of the people we cared about were not able to make it. Also some of our family members got to meet each other for the first time. It was truly awesome how everyone just meshed together.

What is the best wedding advice you can give to engaged couples. Personally I would say try not to stress out too much about all the details. Regardless of any disappointments that may come up, your day will still be perfect for you. Also, I can't stress enough the need to invest in a planner who shares your vision for your big day.

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola23

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola28

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola29

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola30

Adeola_John_Wedding_fotosbyfola31

Vendors:
Wedding dress designer: Allure Bridals
Wedding dress salon: Anya Bridal, Atlanta GA
Bridesmaids dresses: Macy's
Hair: Deedy Hair
Makeup: Nalani /BeautyBott
Shoes: Badgley Mischka
Ceremony location and reception location: Callanwolde Fine Arts Center
Photography: Fotos by Fola 
Videography: Imagine Video Productions
Wedding planner: Niq Williams Events
Florist: Niq Williams Events
Cake: Cakes by La'Meeka
Stationery: Sandi Spells
Event designer: Niq Williams Events
Food: Phenomenal foods by Chef Holly
Bartending: Tioke Staffing

The post Adeola and John’s Stunning Mansion Wedding in Atlanta appeared first on Munaluchi Bride.

]]>
http://munaluchibridal.com/adeola-johns-stunning-mansion-wedding-atlanta/feed/ 0
Serenade: A Muna Love Affair – Carbon Hill, Alabama by Elegant Events http://munaluchibridal.com/serenade-a-muna-love-affair-birmingham-by-elegant-events/ http://munaluchibridal.com/serenade-a-muna-love-affair-birmingham-by-elegant-events/#comments Fri, 24 Mar 2017 17:12:32 +0000 http://munaluchibridal.com/?p=147354 SerenadeElegantEvents36 To Serenade is to entertain one's love by display of talent in hope of...

The post Serenade: A Muna Love Affair – Carbon Hill, Alabama by Elegant Events appeared first on Munaluchi Bride.

]]>

To Serenade is to entertain one's love by display of talent in hope of winning their deepest affections. In our journey to inspire love, MunaLuchi has created Serenade: A Muna Love Affair, to present the opportunity for engaged couples to experience the serenading together in an unforgettable date night experience. Vended by the Coterie - MunaLuchi's curated catalog of elite wedding and event vendors, selected couples are provided with a professional makeup application, photoshoot, fine dining, gift boxes and more.

This week's Serenade took place at Elegant Events in Carbon Hill, Alabama. Planned and designed by MunaLuchi Coterie member Carolyn Jones of Elegant Events Wedding and Event Planning, and featuring florals by Trevania Bonner of Flowers by Trudy, makeup artistry by Coco Moore Makeup, Hair Styling by Eleanor Key, catered by LaTasha Allen of Simply Tasteful with a cake by Donna Marbury, and captured by photographer Danny Austin and videographer Lebaron Marks (see the complete vendor list below).

See the complete gallery here and check out the Serenade page for future locations and couples application details here.

SerenadeElegantEvents44

SerenadeElegantEvents1

SerenadeElegantEvents10

SerenadeElegantEvents2

SerenadeElegantEvents3

SerenadeElegantEvents13

SerenadeElegantEvents14

SerenadeElegantEvents15

SerenadeElegantEvents17

SerenadeElegantEvents18

SerenadeElegantEvents22

SerenadeElegantEvents21

SerenadeElegantEvents19

SerenadeElegantEvents24

SerenadeElegantEvents27

SerenadeElegantEvents32

SerenadeElegantEvents34

 

SerenadeElegantEvents43

SerenadeElegantEvents41

SerenadeElegantEvents36

SerenadeElegantEvents37

SerenadeElegantEvents38

SerenadeElegantEvents39

Vendors:

Planner: Carolyn Jones of Elegant Events
Florist: Flowers by Trudy, Trevania Bonner
Hair: Eleanor Key
Makeup: Coco Moore Makeup
Chef: Simply Tasteful, LaTasha Allen
Photographer/Videographer: Danny Austin Photography & Lebaron Marks
Cake: Donna Marbury
Gift Bags: Designed by Grace, Grace Hudson
Massages: Magic Touch Massage, Paula McGough
Entertainment: Antonio Evans

The post Serenade: A Muna Love Affair – Carbon Hill, Alabama by Elegant Events appeared first on Munaluchi Bride.

]]>
http://munaluchibridal.com/serenade-a-muna-love-affair-birmingham-by-elegant-events/feed/ 0
Valencia and Kevin’s Intimate and Stylish Engagement Session in Asbury Park, NJ http://munaluchibridal.com/valencia-kevins-intimate-stylish-engagement-session-asbury-park-nj/ http://munaluchibridal.com/valencia-kevins-intimate-stylish-engagement-session-asbury-park-nj/#comments Thu, 23 Mar 2017 21:00:33 +0000 http://munaluchibridal.com/?p=147320 prestige affairs engagement13 From childhood friends to high school sweethearts and now soon-to-be husband and wife, Valencia...

The post Valencia and Kevin’s Intimate and Stylish Engagement Session in Asbury Park, NJ appeared first on Munaluchi Bride.

]]>
prestige affairs engagement13

From childhood friends to high school sweethearts and now soon-to-be husband and wife, Valencia and Kevin's love has already spanned a lifetime - seemingly destined-to-be since birth. The New Jersey natives chose the beach and boardwalk of Asbury Park as the backdrop to their engagement session - having been a "central piece" of their relationship. Valencia looks forward to Kevin's reaction to seeing her in the wedding dress on their special day.

Read all about Valencia & Kevin's love story and sentimental surprise beach proposal in this intimate and stylish engagement session, coordinated by MunaLuchi Coterie member Prestige Affairs Event Production and beautifully captured by Quintessence Photography.

Bride & Groom-to-be: Valencia & Kevin
Occupations: Bride - Diversity and Inclusion Educator; Groom- Commercial Account Manager
Wedding date: July 16, 2017
Wedding location: Aberdeen, NJ
Location of Engagement shoot: Asbury Park, NJ


prestige affairs engagement2

prestige affairs engagement8

prestige affairs engagement5

Tell us how you met and all about the proposal. How we met differs depending on who you ask! For me, we initially met under the watchful eye of my grandmother who babysat both of us when we were toddlers. For Kevin, he recalls us meeting at church years later. We ended up becoming great friends and developed innocent crushes on each other during our youth group meetings. Eventually, in high school, Kevin got the heads up from my cousin that I did in fact like him and a few months later he asked me out. We've been on the love roller-coaster ever since.
We got engaged on July 4th, 2015. Kevin and my girlfriends had been planning the surprise proposal for months. Mainly, because it's incredibly hard to surprise me; I can be a tad bit nosy. Ultimately they fooled me into thinking I was planning a fourth of July weekend with friends in our hometown, Asbury Park, NJ. I grew up along the Jersey Shore so fourth of July is filled with firework shows, food festivals, bars, and of course, the beach. I thought it would have been a great time for us all to connect there since we haven't seen each other in what felt like ages.
Meanwhile, I had been asking Kevin for months if we could have some professional pictures taken for our milestone dating anniversary and he kept putting it off. A few weeks before we were headed to Asbury Park from Upstate New York, he told me he had scheduled our photo shoot during our weekend home. Fast forward to fourth of July weekend and the photo shoot gets cancelled last minute and I'm a bit devastated. Luckily, we had dinner plans on the boardwalk with our friends who were in town for the holiday so my outfit wasn't a complete waste! During dinner we had all stepped out to watch the fireworks show and one of our friends suggested taking pictures on the boardwalk and beach. I thought it was a great idea because I had my make-up, hair and nails done prior for the cancelled photo shoot. As we're taking group pictures, I quickly noticed our friends scattered, and when I turned around Kevin was on one knee asking me to marry him! I couldn't believe it. It honestly felt like it was just the both of us at the beach and after I said yes we were surrounded by our friends, family, and even strangers who congratulated us. It was truly special!
In the end, Kevin and my friends tricked me into planning parts of my engagement, such as getting my friends to all be in the same place at the same time, which allowed me to be preoccupied planning other things than noticing that they had their own agenda!

prestige affairs engagement10

prestige affairs engagement14

prestige affairs engagement12

prestige affairs engagement11

prestige affairs engagement15

Describe your engagement session. We didn't have a real theme for our e-session. We knew we wanted to do our casual, fun look on the Asbury Park boardwalk because it's been a central piece to our relationship. We've had many dates there, it's where we said I love you for the first time and got engaged. For our second look, we wanted to set the tone for our wedding: modern elegance. We both enjoy getting dressed up and our e-session was a fun way to show both sides of our personalities.

What did you do on your first date? Wow, we were so young! Our first date was to the movies to see Coach Carter. Afterwards, we grabbed something to eat at the mall's food court and spent hours talking to each other.

prestige affairs engagement16

prestige affairs engagement17

prestige affairs engagement19

What's your favorite thing to do as a couple? We love trying and exploring new places and things. Whether it's a new city, restaurant, activity or event.

How has wedding planning been so far? Wedding planning so far has been great! Initially, I thought I wanted to plan the wedding on my own, however, with new adjustments in our lives; moving to a different state, finding new jobs, etc., that idea quickly shifted and we hired a wedding planner. Best. Decision. Ever. Having a planner has truly allowed us to enjoy the season of being engaged and preparing for marriage.

Tell us what you're looking forward to most on the wedding day.
Valencia - There are so many things I'm looking forward to! From having a private and intimate moment together during our first look, seeing Kevin's reaction when he sees me in my wedding dress, to getting ready with my bridesmaids in our suite and celebrating with our closest friends and family.
Kevin - I'm looking forward to the entire experience. From the ceremony to the reception and being surround by our friends and family.

prestige affairs engagement21

prestige affairs engagement23

prestige affairs engagement22

Vendors: 
Wedding Planner - Prestige Affairs Event Production 
Photographer - David Betram of Quintessence Photography 
Wardrobe Stylist - Cassandre Joseph
Makeup Artist - Juicy Looks by Abby

The post Valencia and Kevin’s Intimate and Stylish Engagement Session in Asbury Park, NJ appeared first on Munaluchi Bride.

]]>
http://munaluchibridal.com/valencia-kevins-intimate-stylish-engagement-session-asbury-park-nj/feed/ 0
Coterie Spotlight Interview with Southern Amore’ Studios http://munaluchibridal.com/coterie-spotlight-interview-southern-amore-studios/ http://munaluchibridal.com/coterie-spotlight-interview-southern-amore-studios/#comments Thu, 23 Mar 2017 18:30:30 +0000 http://munaluchibridal.com/?p=147249 Cierra Headshots 2017 Southern Amore Studios-17 Today MunaLuchi shines the Coterie Spotlight on international wedding photographer Cierra Johnson of  Southern...

The post Coterie Spotlight Interview with Southern Amore’ Studios appeared first on Munaluchi Bride.

]]>
Cierra Headshots 2017 Southern Amore Studios-17

Today MunaLuchi shines the Coterie Spotlight on international wedding photographer Cierra Johnson of  Southern Amore' Studios. Based out of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Cierra, with a background in Marketing, spent years in the commercial banking industry before applying that business knowledge and experience to her creative passion of photography. After years of honing the craft and developing her style, Southern Amore' Studios became a self-sustaining business in October of 2015. Being a "hopeless romantic" Cierra is "inspired by love," and it is the ability "to photograph one of the most important milestones in a couple’s relationship" that remains the spark of motivation in her work.

Read all about Southern Amore' Studios in this insightful and inspirational Spotlight interview.

Tell us a little about your background and how you got started in the photography business? I come from a well known family of entrepreneurs in the New Orleans, La area. It’s funny because it wasn’t until I was in my third year of photography that I realized just how impactful this was in my life. When it was time for me to select my college major, I expressed to my father the desire to be an arts major for film and photography. I really wanted to be a movie director, lol. In response, he told me that this wasn’t a real job and that he wasn’t going to pay for something that couldn’t make me money when I graduated. Heartbroken and confused, I was forced to find something else. After months of research, I decided I would find a loophole to being in the arts and I would go to school for Marketing with the hopes of working in entertainment marketing. I figured if I couldn't be the artist, I could at least represent it. So long story short, I graduated with a degree in Marketing and found a temporary happy place in commercial banking.
After years of feeling trapped in my banking career, I decided to turn my hobby of photography into something for profit. As a hopeless romantic, I’ve always been a person who admired and valued love stories, so when it was time to determine a specialty, wedding photography came naturally. I started small, photographing a friend’s wedding which led to my first paid wedding a few months later. Eventually, I found a photographer whom I admired, to mentor me. Finding a mentor was my best decision and was a key factor in my growth. After years of developing my style, I was finally at a point where my weddings could support my lifestyle independent of my 9-5. October 2015, I resigned from my corporate job of 10 years to pursue wedding photography full time. Since then, I’ve accomplished goals in my photography career that were set and expected to reach years from now! I’m still in awe at the fact that my dream of being a wedding photographer came true! The best part is, I don’t regret the path that was set for me as my marketing degree taught me everything I needed to know about starting and running a business, my 10 years in corporate banking taught me everything I needed to know about business, business finance, and financial planning, and the time it took me to become my own boss, allowed me the ability to meet financial goals necessary to start up a business. Over the past 6 years, I’ve developed a pretty recognizable brand and I pride myself on my ability to capture emotion, style, and flare in every shot.

southern_amore1

southern_amore2
Describe your wedding photography style in 5 words or less. Youthful, modern, editorial, traditional, and elegant

What part of the wedding is your favorite to photograph? Ohhh, this is a good one! So, it used to be when the bride comes down the aisle and meets eyes with the groom, but that’s changed over the past 3-4 years as cell phones and devices have made this moment a complete nightmare at non-unplugged weddings. So I would have to say that my most favorite part is now the first look or the 15-20 minutes I get to pull my couple away from the reception to photograph a few intimate newlywed shots of them. These are my favorites because it’s the only time of the day of the wedding where the couple is alone. The only time they truly get to live in the reality of what has occurred. This is my favorite.

southern_amore13

southern_amore3

What do you shoot - film, digital or both? I currently use digital processors.

What keeps you inspired? Honestly, I’m inspired by love. I love true love! I’m a hopeless romantic so just knowing that I am going to be able to photograph one of the most important milestones in a couple’s relationship, is enough for me.

When you're not shooting weddings, what do you like to do? I love to travel! I love learning new things and seeing new places and every chance I get to do so, I do.

southern_amore6

southern_amore8

What advice can you give to couples looking for that perfect photographer? Wedding photography is so important, it’s the one form of photography where there are no second chances. Choosing the wrong photographer for your big day could be a mistake you’d have to live with the rest of your life. Therefore, couples should really invest with photographers who are uniquely suited to their style. Start your research before you consider anyone by browsing wedding magazines and blogs to determine the variety of photographic styles that exist. For example, do you like light and airy, bold and colorful, black and white, dark and moody, etc. Once you’ve narrowed down the style of photography you like, start your local search. The initial search could be a google search or a referral, but essentially you’ll be looking for someone who has the photographic style you’ve determined in your research. If you don’t find anyone locally, open up your search by just googling photographers you’ve seen in the magazines or blogs you used during your research. Once you have a few that fit your style, contact them all! Review packaging and narrow down your initial options to a top 3 based on whose products and services best suit your wedding photography needs. I would suggest having a low, middle, and high investment option as your top 3. This will give you the option to see the value or not in all three options. Schedule an in-person/Skype meeting if not local and see who is uniquely suited to you! While budgets are very important, I don’t think they should determine your photographer. The connection, the portfolio, and the client experience should be the top 3 factors in your selection process. You might think choosing the low photographer of your top 3 is the best option based on the budget, but your personalities don’t match and vice versa in regards to the high. The last step before booking the photographer you think is the one, is to check reviews if you haven’t already. Reviews are a great way to get insight into the photographer’s client experience. If you see brides ranting and raving, there’s a good chance the photographer is just as awesome as you thought and is the right one for you!

southern_amore9

southern_amore10

Tell us a location that you'd love to shoot. I am dreaming of the day that a couple allows me to photograph their wedding or elopement in Santorini, Greece & Dubai.

Based on your experiences, what would you like every couple to know before their wedding? Don’t let planning your wedding ruin your relationship. Try to work together on the plans as much as possible, but don’t forget to enjoy the engagement. A lot of couples get engaged and become so engulfed in the planning that they forget to actually enjoy their relationship. Focus on keeping each other a priority...

southern_amore5

southern_amore4

Fun stuff!

What’s in your handbag right now? Business cards, bath and body works hand sanitizer, lip gloss.
iphone, blackberry or android? Personal phone-iphone, business phone-Android, yes, it’s a nightmare, I still don’t know how to work my android, been an iphone girl since the beginning...
Mac or pc? PC
If you could travel to any location right now, where would it be? Maldives
Favorite song? "Superwoman" by Alicia Keys
Favorite book? The Heatseakers by ZANE
Favorite TV show? Currently Power on Starz
Guilty pleasure? Housewives of Atlanta
Something that recently inspired you? The Coterie Retreat.

southern_amore12

southern_amore11

 

Follow Southern Amore' Studios here!

The post Coterie Spotlight Interview with Southern Amore’ Studios appeared first on Munaluchi Bride.

]]>
http://munaluchibridal.com/coterie-spotlight-interview-southern-amore-studios/feed/ 0
Tamesha and Richard’s Intimate Wedding in Atlanta http://munaluchibridal.com/tamesha-richards-intimate-wedding-atlanta/ http://munaluchibridal.com/tamesha-richards-intimate-wedding-atlanta/#comments Thu, 23 Mar 2017 16:00:41 +0000 http://munaluchibridal.com/?p=147253 TVF Wedding11 College sweethearts Tamesha and Richard met while attending the University of Louisville where their...

The post Tamesha and Richard’s Intimate Wedding in Atlanta appeared first on Munaluchi Bride.

]]>

College sweethearts Tamesha and Richard met while attending the University of Louisville where their love would take root, blossoming into the well of joy it continues to be everyday. It would be love at first sight for Richard when first laying eyes on Tamesha in a hotel lobby. Their beautiful wedding took place at the Georgian Terrace Hotel in Atlanta Georgia, where Richard's father would join them as husband and wife - all wonderfully captured in this genuine and moving cinematic feature by MunaLuchi Coterie member Thomas Vision Films.

Read all about Tamesha & Richard's wedding experience below.


Bride & Groom: Tamesha & Richard
Occupations: Richard: Process Coach w/Ford Motor Tamesha: Business Analyst w/Humana Inc.
Wedding date: Jan 14th, 2017
Wedding location: The Georgian Terrace Hotel in Atlanta, GA

TVF Wedding36

TVF Wedding41

TVF Wedding51

TVF Wedding71

Tell us how you met and all about the proposal. Richard and I met in college at the University of Louisville. He is a native of Atlanta, GA, but was attending the University of Louisville on a football scholarship. The proposal was Sat., May 7, 2016, right before we were heading out to Churchill Downs for the Kentucky Derby. He proposed in our home, with one of our friends present, who we were attending the Kentucky Derby with.

Wedding Style: Glamorous/Old Hollywood

TVF Wedding3

TVF Wedding60

TVF Wedding26

TVF Wedding4

What was wedding shopping like for you? I began my wedding shopping locally in Louisville and Lexington, KY, but I found the dress I wanted on The Knot and traveled to Atlanta to try on the dress at Bridals by Lori. It was the last dress I tried on that day and I purchased it on the same day. My wedding dress is fit and flare style dress that is ivory and gold with a horsehair skirt. Since the train is not elaborate, I opted for a cathedral style veil that was made to match the dress.

What is your best memory from your wedding? Our best memory from our wedding was the bridesmaid dance. I was very nervous, but it turned out to be really fun and my husband seemed to enjoy it. My bridesmaids and I practiced several times prior to the wedding and it allowed us to see each other more also, as we normally are so busy with our lives that we fail to get together often.

TVF Wedding75

TVF Wedding76

TVF Wedding82

TVF Wedding6

What is the best wedding advice you can give to engaged couples? Get a planner!! It keeps stress low. Have the wedding that you want. You won’t regret it!

Bridesmaids/Groomsmen gifts: Groomsmen gifts – engraved, stainless steel, pocket watches. Bridesmaids – Engraved water glass, matching Victoria’s Secret sleep shirts, earrings and hair pins for wedding, hair and make-up.
Favorite item on the menu: Fried Mac and Cheese balls and glazed carrots - received a lot of rave reviews for these from guests.
First dance song: "1+1" by Beyonce.

TVF Wedding27

TVF Wedding30

TVF Wedding18

TVF Wedding25

TVF Wedding86

Vendors:
Dress: Tara Keely by Lazaro
Bridals by Lori in Sandy Springs, GA
Bridesmaid Dresses by Zac Posen via David’s Bridal
Make-up: Chanteria Walker
Hair: Sheer Anointed
Hair jewelry: Grateful Expressions
Ceremony and Reception: The Georgian Terrace Hotel 
Photography: Quture Media
Videography: Thomas Vision Films
Wedding Planner/Event Designer: Aline Events 
DJ: DJ Tommy Events
Cake: Frosted Pumpkin
Stationery: Lama Works

The post Tamesha and Richard’s Intimate Wedding in Atlanta appeared first on Munaluchi Bride.

]]>
http://munaluchibridal.com/tamesha-richards-intimate-wedding-atlanta/feed/ 1
Whitney and Richard’s Emotional Cinematic Wedding Feature in Haddonfield NJ http://munaluchibridal.com/whitney-richards-emotional-cinematic-wedding-feature-haddonfield-nj/ http://munaluchibridal.com/whitney-richards-emotional-cinematic-wedding-feature-haddonfield-nj/#comments Wed, 22 Mar 2017 19:30:24 +0000 http://munaluchibridal.com/?p=147247 Yamean 358 It was love at first sight for Whitney and Richard whose first impressions of...

The post Whitney and Richard’s Emotional Cinematic Wedding Feature in Haddonfield NJ appeared first on Munaluchi Bride.

]]>

It was love at first sight for Whitney and Richard whose first impressions of each other would lead them to spending the rest of their lives together as husband & wife. Their beautiful and intimate wedding was expertly captured in this emotional cinematic feature by elite cinematographer and MunaLuchi Coterie member, Yamean Studios Films.

Read all about Whitney & Richard's love story, romantic proposal, and wedding experience.


Bride & Groom: Whitney & Richard
Occupations: Bride - Director of Performance Technologies, Groom - Director of Athletics Programs
Wedding date: August 13, 2016
Wedding location: Ceremony: Haddonfield, NJ
Reception: Cinnaminson, NJ

Tell us how you met and all about the proposal. We saw each other for the first time when I (Whitney) was at his job for a work visit. I was with my colleague, who said she knew him, which was perfect, so I asked her to call him after we left and give him my number. She did and he called me the next day. Despite not meeting that first time we saw each other, we remembered each other and have been dating ever since!
The proposal - Ricky asked Whitney to go to a paint studio for a date night - when the original plan was to go eat at their favorite Mexican Restaurant. He asked her to do a competition, so they both put on their paint gear and posted the backs of their easels together, so they couldn't see what the other one was painting! Whitney was starving, and because of that, her creative juices weren't flowing too well...so she painted a taco. Genius! It was time for Ricky to present his piece, and he painted...WILL YOU MARRY ME!

What was wedding shopping like for you? My dress was a pear and beaded bodice sweetheart gown with detachable drop sleeves! Wedding shopping was so easy, one of my flower girls was with me, and picked it for me!

Bridesmaids/Groomsmen gifts: BM Gifts - robes, monogrammed slippers, bridal squad sleepwear, earrings, necklace. Groomsmen - monogrammed leather shaving kit bags.

Favorite item on the menu: Ribeye! Also, the cake was everythanggggggg :)
First dance song: We had 3 LOL! 1. "Never Felt This Way" by Alicia Keys version. 2. "Promise To Love" by Kem. 3. "Saving My Love For You" by Kem.

What is your best memory from your wedding? The ceremony - even though there were 200 people there, it literally felt like it was just he and I. I loved the family communion also. The un-choreographed "Swag Surf" dance from the guests was my favorite from the reception!

What is the best wedding advice you can give to engaged couples? Don't stress. You're paying way too much money to have anxiety. Don't let anything get to you and try to relax the entire day.

Vendors:
Photographer: Kanayo Adibe
Dress: Robinson's Bridal
Bridesmaid & Wedding Dress Designer: Watters
Dress Alterations: Dahnistry
Floral: Alisha Simone
Ceremony: Haddonfield UMC
Reception & Cake Decor: The Merion
Hair: Galaxy 5000
MakeUp: Shades of Jacen
Cinematography: Yamean Studios Films

The post Whitney and Richard’s Emotional Cinematic Wedding Feature in Haddonfield NJ appeared first on Munaluchi Bride.

]]>
http://munaluchibridal.com/whitney-richards-emotional-cinematic-wedding-feature-haddonfield-nj/feed/ 0
In-Depth Interview with Imagine Design Concepts http://munaluchibridal.com/depth-interview-imagine-design-concepts/ http://munaluchibridal.com/depth-interview-imagine-design-concepts/#comments Wed, 22 Mar 2017 17:00:53 +0000 http://munaluchibridal.com/?p=146751 Imagine DC cover image MunaLuchi Coterie member and elite event planner Imagine Design Concepts (Imagine DC) is "a...

The post In-Depth Interview with Imagine Design Concepts appeared first on Munaluchi Bride.

]]>
Imagine DC cover image

MunaLuchi Coterie member and elite event planner Imagine Design Concepts (Imagine DC) is "a boutique event planning company specializing in full service event planning and design for Corporate, Charity, and Life Events." With over ten years experience as a Business Development Manager, company founder, Ijeoma Azubuko has taken that knowledge, experience, and her passion for event planning and applied it to the wedding industry. Imagine DC measures success by "the smiles on our client's faces at the end of the night" seeking to create "memorable moments for our clients that they can reflect on for a lifetime."

Learn all about Imagine DC in this insightful in-depth interview.

Yorka-1-1

IZ1A1272

Name: Ijeoma Azubuko (IJay)
Business Name: Imagine Design Concepts (Imagine DC)
Founded: January 6th, 2015

Describe your business. Imagine DC is a boutique event planning company specializing in full service event planning and design for Corporate, Charity, and Life Events. Weddings are categorized under our Life Event Services. We pride ourselves on being innovative and ensuring our customers that no matter where they are in the world they are still able to connect with us through our interactive planning portal, which allows us to always maintain a level of transparency and work realtime with our clients and vendors.

What did you do before starting your business in the wedding industry? I worked in Corporate America as a Business Development Manager as well as a Project Manager for a number of projects. I’ve taken my passion for event planning and my over 10 years of experience managing various projects and merged them. Project Management is essential when it comes to wedding planning, it is the key to ensure your client’s big day runs smoothly. That and my keen eye for aesthetic design have made for a winning combination.

Yorka-1-5

Yorka-1-2

How long have you been in the wedding industry? What’s funny is that my friends would jokingly call me a professional bridesmaid; a real life 27 dresses, I’ve been in more weddings then I can count, and in the process have been there to help a number of friends and family members that were planning their own weddings. I know and understand the highs and lows a bride goes through during the planning process and how stressful it can be for them, even when they do have a more then capable planner. I say all that to say this, when I originally started Imagine DC, I did not start it in the hopes of becoming a wedding planner, my initial focus was more on working intimate milestone events like birthdays and showers, as well as working larger scale corporate and charity events. I am very invested in the things I am passionate about, and I was scared of the mere possibility of disappointing a bride on one of the biggest days of their lives. It wasn’t until I spoke to my mentor and good friend Chioma of Dure Events at a friend’s wedding in which I was the Maid of Honor that Chioma was planning per usual. Chioma blatantly asked me why I wasn’t doing weddings and told me I was wasting my talents by missing out on that market, because I had an eye for the beauty weddings entail and my caring nature would be something brides would appreciate. She literally spoke life into that dream, and literally a few weeks later I was contacted out of nowhere from a client to do my first wedding December 2015, from that moment on God has blessed me beyond what I could have ever imagined. I have had some of the most amazing couples, and the experience has far exceeded what I ever thought it would be, to the point where weddings are currently my biggest market!

Hughes wedding_florals by Flora Eventi_Venue Heights Villa_ Image by ChiomaAzubuko

Hughes Wedding_bouquet by Flora Eventi Photo by King David Photography

How would you describe your style? I would describe my style as timeless elegance. I pride myself on ensuring that each of my couple’s personality and style shine through on their wedding day, no two couples are the same and their weddings shouldn’t be either. When you look at the weddings I have done in the past, you will see that the one thing they do have in common is a level of elegance, and the design is one where you can look back on years from now with a sense of pride.

What motivates you? I am motivated by the passion God has placed within me and the trust my couples have for me.

Ceremony Setup at The Free Library on the Parkway for The Drs. Wood image by Jaxson Photogroup

A blessing of the Rings by the Brides Uncle who also served as the Officiant

Why should brides/grooms choose you? I am passionate about what I do. I find pleasure in bringing people together in celebration and life, my client’s vision is my vision and I am as invested in their big day as they are. My clients are my priority and they know that! I make it a point to ensure that my clients’ personalities and style shine through on their wedding day.

How does your company define and measure success? By the smiles on our clients faces at the end of the night, we seek to create memorable moments for our clients that they can reflect on for a lifetime. We also measure our success by their referrals.

What do you enjoy most about your work? Turning a concept into reality, I love working with clients to help them realize their vision even when they feel they don’t have one, and taking that vision from just a thought on paper, to pulling together the right team to bring it to life!

Bride with her sisters and sister inlaws best bridal party a girl could ask forFamily Sam and Ogechi_ Image by PhotographerCJ

Yorka-1-3

Describe a proud moment while working in the wedding industry. Proudest moment in the industry for me, I can’t choose just one. When I get calls and texts from my clients after their weddings in aww of their special day wanting to relive the moment all over again those are my proudest moments. When I’ve had a long and stressful day but I see the look of pure bliss on my clients’ faces that makes it all worthwhile in the end and makes me proud!

What’s the best compliment you’ve received for your work? The best compliment I have received from a client for my work was for my client to tell me I made them feel like they were the only person that mattered despite the fact that I was planning multiple weddings all within weeks of each other, that their wedding was the most beautiful and perfect day they had ever experienced! Also, for a groom that didn’t understand the need for a wedding planner, to tell me that hiring me was the best investment they could have ever made for their wedding.

NV2A1904

Sweetheart table with a view Floral Offshoot Floral Linen Whats the occassion Design Concept Imagine DC

What are your business goals? My business goals are to become a premier event planning and design firm not just in the Washington DC Metro area, but globally, open up my own event space both in the DC area and Houston, and expand to have a team of event planners that can work independently on their own with their own team providing the same level of professionalism and care that I would for my clients.

What’s your favorite part of the wedding industry? My favorite part of the wedding industry is working with the bride, planning a wedding can be a stressful process and I want to be there to help them focus on preparing for the marriage, while I focus on preparing them for the wedding of their dreams. The relationships I build with my brides are priceless and being able to be a part of such a milestone moment brings me pure joy!

IZ1A0878

NV2A1830

What’s your least favorite part of the wedding industry? Hmm… least favorite part of the wedding industry is the fact that people have turned weddings into such a big business, I know that sounds weird coming from a wedding planner right? But, the reason I feel this way is because some people have begun to get a sour taste in their mouth when you mention weddings, because they see it as more of a production for the guest, than a moment of celebration for the bride and groom! My intent is to erase that stigma, and allow my clients to see that their wedding is all about those moments, and that those moments are what the guests are looking for when they attend their wedding. It sounds cliche, yet it is so true, a wedding is just a day, your marriage God willing is for a lifetime, but your wedding day is a representation of your love and should be celebrated.

Describe your vision of the “perfect” wedding. A wedding should be a reflection of the bride and groom, the “perfect” wedding to me is one where the guest are able to experience the love that the couple has for one another. The most fun and memorable weddings are those in which you feel the love all around from the exchange of vows to first dance, were the couple and their guests live in the moment.

Father and Daughter walking down the aisle image by Jaxson Photogroup

Doctors Angelica and Judson Wood Soaking it all in with the Philly Skyline as there backdrop image by Jaxson Photogroup

Where do you find the most inspiration? From God, since the inception of Imagine DC when I prayed to God to help me find my passion, to work in my purpose and he literally revealed to me in plain site Imagine DC and has been carrying me ever since. In terms of design my inspiration comes from my clients as I get to know them and their personalities, which dictates their style.

Is there anything else you’d like our readers to know? I am currently running a special for 2017 brides that book our Full Planning Visionary Package. They can contact us on our website by filling out the inquiry form for additional information. Also, don’t forget to follow us on Instagram and Twitter @ImagineDC_ SnapChat @ImagineDC and Facebook and Pinterest @ Imagine Design Concepts!

NV2A1792

NV2A1290

Follow Imagine DC here!

The post In-Depth Interview with Imagine Design Concepts appeared first on Munaluchi Bride.

]]>
http://munaluchibridal.com/depth-interview-imagine-design-concepts/feed/ 0
Elisha Caplan Headpiece Giveaway http://munaluchibridal.com/elisha-caplan-headpiece-giveaway/ http://munaluchibridal.com/elisha-caplan-headpiece-giveaway/#comments Wed, 22 Mar 2017 10:00:33 +0000 http://munaluchibridal.com/?p=147280 MunaLuchiEbonyClark-67 This past Sunday we hit a major milestone on our Instagram account -- 200,000...

The post Elisha Caplan Headpiece Giveaway appeared first on Munaluchi Bride.

]]>
This past Sunday we hit a major milestone on our Instagram account -- 200,000 followers! We pride ourselves on building community and engaging with you organically.  And we are ever so appreciative of all the likes, loves and shares you've given us.

Thank you for your support, thank you for your feedback, thank you for your candid and entertaining comments on our super popular #questionoftheday.

To show our thanks, we're running a series of giveaways from our amazing Coterie Members.  These giveaways will range from headpieces, to jewelry, to photo sessions and more.

So let's get started!


 

First up, is this gorgeous and versatile headpiece by Elisha Caplan Bridal.  

natural hair brides

The Skylar headpiece is valued at $195 and very versatile.  It could be used as a Sash. The intricate design incorporates delicate birdcage veiling, hand placed Swarovski crystals and comes in black (pictured below) or white (pictured above).

The winner will get one specially made for them by Elisha Caplan.  Please allow 4 weeks plus shipping time.

Elisha Caplan will ship anywhere USPS can ship to.  Just be aware that shipping times may take longer depending on your location.

Here are the rules:

1. Follow @elishacaplanbridal + @munaluchibride on Instagram
2. Repost this image above with the hashtag #elishacaplanrocks
3. Tag one of your friends in our Instagram post.

The contest will run from March 22nd until 11:59 pm March 24. A winner will randomly be chosen and announced on March 25th.

BONUS: For every "like" your initial comment (on our post) gets, you'll receive an additional entry.
NOTES: If you have a private IG account, DM or email us (submissions@munaluchibridal.com)  a screenshot of your repost.

Good luck!

brooklyn-wedding-30-07152015-ky-720x1079source: here

jewelry_styled_shoot_perfect_details_sophia_barrett_studios27

photo: sophia barrett studios


Upcoming Giveaways

Free engagement session by Andre Brown Photography
Customized Gold ring and 1 hour complimentary consultation from Charlton and Lola

The post Elisha Caplan Headpiece Giveaway appeared first on Munaluchi Bride.

]]>
http://munaluchibridal.com/elisha-caplan-headpiece-giveaway/feed/ 0
Lavette and Eugene’s Luxurious 25th Anniversary Vow Renewal http://munaluchibridal.com/southern-amore-studios-wedding/ http://munaluchibridal.com/southern-amore-studios-wedding/#comments Tue, 21 Mar 2017 18:00:16 +0000 http://munaluchibridal.com/?p=145438 CC1_4295-Edit Twenty five years later and Lavette & Eugene's love is still burning as bright...

The post Lavette and Eugene’s Luxurious 25th Anniversary Vow Renewal appeared first on Munaluchi Bride.

]]>
CC1_4295-Edit

Twenty five years later and Lavette & Eugene's love is still burning as bright as ever. For Lavette, the secret to keeping that spark aflame is by continuing "to date each other, traveling together, and always keeping an open line of communication." Designed by Lavette and her team at Memorable Events this luxurious vow renewal ceremony was inspired by her "love for classic weddings."

Read all about Lavette & Eugene's vow renewal experience, beautifully photographed by MunaLuchi Coterie member Southern Amore' Studios, and featuring a cake designed by Food Network's Cake Wars winner Kelly Kaxe.

Bride & Groom: Lavette & Eugene

CC1_3842

CC1_3886

CC1_3978

When did you get married and where? Lamar Dixon Chapel, Saint Gabriel Community Center

What was your wedding like? Full of love, laughter, and joy with family and friends that we love.

As you celebrate your anniversary, what do you remember most about your wedding day? The ceremony. We had our wedding officiant have all of the married couples stand and renew their vowels with us.

CC1_4105

CC1_3929

CC1_4013

Was there anything you would have done differently for your wedding? Not a thing! We LOVED everything!

What are your favorite things to do as a couple? Traveling and dining together and going new places.

Who cooks? Me! Lol he BBQ’s.

CC1_3884

CC1_4041

CC1_4067

When it comes to career, what do both of you do and how do you make time for each other? I am the owner of a wedding and event décor company, Memorable Events, which definitely keeps us busy, and he is a crane operator at Cooper T. Smith. We make it a priority to get away at least once a month during the week to spend time together as it is very important to us.

What would you say are the most important elements for a successful marriage? Prayer and keeping God first. Honesty, never be scared to talk to your partner. Laughter, always make time to talk and laugh with each other.

How do you keep the spark in your marriage? LOL, happy wife, happy life. But we spend time with God, continue to date each other, traveling together, and always keeping an open line of communication.

CC1_4208

CC1_4214

CC1_4219

CC1_4255

Tell us about the shoot. What inspired it? The renewal was a dream for me. I help make other brides' dream weddings come true and this was my day to live my very own dream. The design was inspired by my love for classic weddings. Our goal was to create a classic, but modern, elegant affair for our guests.

What do you love most about him? His gentle heart. I love his willingness to put everyone above himself and the smile on his face when he does so.

What does he love most about you? Her serving heart. She is truly a giver and will always go above and beyond to help anyone she can.

What advice can you give for newlyweds? Trust God and keep him first in all that you do. Lean on each other during your trials and tribulations. Keep family out of your business. Always communicate and never let the love die!

CC1_4284-Edit

CC1_4298-Edit

 

Vendors:
Decor & Design- Memorable Events
Photography- Southern Amore' Studios
Makeup- Face It by Youcha Marie
Cake- Kelly Kaxe
Videographer- Joseph Video Productions
Hair- Designs by D'Shayne

The post Lavette and Eugene’s Luxurious 25th Anniversary Vow Renewal appeared first on Munaluchi Bride.

]]>
http://munaluchibridal.com/southern-amore-studios-wedding/feed/ 0
Serenade: A Muna Love Affair – Jamaica by The Destination Collective http://munaluchibridal.com/serenade-muna-love-affair-jamaica-destination-collective/ http://munaluchibridal.com/serenade-muna-love-affair-jamaica-destination-collective/#comments Tue, 21 Mar 2017 16:00:38 +0000 http://munaluchibridal.com/?p=147126 Serenade_Jamaica105 To Serenade is to entertain one's love by display of talent in hope of winning...

The post Serenade: A Muna Love Affair – Jamaica by The Destination Collective appeared first on Munaluchi Bride.

]]>

To Serenade is to entertain one's love by display of talent in hope of winning their deepest affections. In our journey to inspire love, MunaLuchi has created Serenade: A Muna Love Affair, to present the opportunity for engaged couples to experience the serenading together in an unforgettable date night experience. Vended by the Coterie - MunaLuchi's curated catalog of elite wedding and event vendors, selected couples are provided with a professional makeup application, photoshoot, fine dining, gift boxes and more.

This week's Serenade took place at the Trident Castle in beautiful Portland, Jamaica! Planned and designed by MunaLuchi Coterie member Ophellia McKnight of The Destination Collective, and featuring decor and florals by Marsha Corrie of D'Mar Events, makeup artistry by Nicole Blake, catered by Chef Leicester Ferguson, lighting and sound by Cornel Green, and beautifully captured by photographer Merrick Cousley, and videographer Clive Allen of Digital Video Concepts (see the complete vendor list below).

See the complete gallery here and check out the Serenade page for future locations and couples application details here.

Serenade_Jamaica4

Serenade_Jamaica3

Serenade_Jamaica13

Serenade_Jamaica14

Serenade_Jamaica19

Serenade_Jamaica29

Serenade_Jamaica24

Serenade_Jamaica30

Serenade_Jamaica63

Serenade_Jamaica71

Serenade_Jamaica74

Serenade_Jamaica75

Serenade_Jamaica86

Serenade_Jamaica76

Serenade_Jamaica84

Serenade_Jamaica82

Serenade_Jamaica92

Serenade_Jamaica94

Serenade_Jamaica97

Serenade_Jamaica99

Serenade_Jamaica100

Serenade_Jamaica101

Serenade_Jamaica105

Vendors:

Planner + Designer: Ophellia McKnight - The Destination Collective
Photographer: Merrick Cousley - Merrick Cousley Photography
Videographer: Clive Allen - Digital Video Concepts
Florals + Decor: Marsha Corrie - D'Mar Events
MUA: Nicole Blake - Brushed by Nicole
Lighting + Sound: Cornel Green - Wedding DJ in Jamaica
Caterer: Chef Leicester Ferguson
Venue: Trident Castle in Portland, Jamaica

The post Serenade: A Muna Love Affair – Jamaica by The Destination Collective appeared first on Munaluchi Bride.

]]>
http://munaluchibridal.com/serenade-muna-love-affair-jamaica-destination-collective/feed/ 0