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Jumping The Broom Soon? Shop With These Black-Owned Wedding Vendors
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Jumping The Broom Soon? Shop With These Black-Owned Wedding Vendors


David's Bridal is cool and all, but planning a wedding with all Black-owned vendors is a different kind of flex and xoNecole has a comprehensive guide to jumping the broom and investing in your community at the same damn time.

Although the pandemic has postponed a lot of our plans for 2020, newlywed couples across the country have shown us that love truly conquers all by finding new and innovative ways to jump the broom and we are here for all of it. This time has shown us has not only given us the opportunity to flex our creative muscles but to discover and spotlight Black-owned wedding vendors who have been doing the damn thing for years.

Along with a lengthy list of dress designers that will give you the ultimate drip on your big day, scroll below for 20+ more Black-owned wedding vendors that will help you plan the ceremony of your dreams:

Dress Designers & Boutiques:

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Planners & Bridal Coaches:

Design, Decor, & Florals:

Stationary & Invites:

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