Royals, Weddings

Angela of Liechtenstein was the first Black Princess to wear it.

Panama-born Angela Brown became the first black woman to marry into a ruling European royal family when she wed Prince Maximilian of Liechtenstein in 2000.

Angela met the prince, who is eleven years her junior, at a reception in New York and the pair were married at the Church of St. Vincent Ferrer in New York, with Angela wearing a gown she’d designed herself. Eighteen years later Meghan Markle copied the dress as the bride of Prince Harry.

Like Harry, Prince Maximilian is a second son (of reigning Prince Hans-Adam II of Liechtenstein) and is unlikely to inherit the throne, allowing him to live a relatively normal life.

Meghan Markle married her Prince Charming, Prince Harry of Windsor, during an understated yet elegant ceremony at Windsor Castle in England.

Meghan and Harry’s wedding was the most viewed BBC television event of the year.

Celebrity, Celebrity Couples, Weddings

Solange Knowles got married yesterday…Does anybody care??


Her ceremony was on her terms and in her own way.

Solange Knowles married her fiancé video choreographer Alan Ferguson, 51 in New Orleans on Sunday in a southern style eclectic wedding that was out of the norm. The couple arrived for the ceremony on vintage white bicycles, the brides adorned with white roses.

The guest all wore white and a lot of care and precision went into Solange’s big day as her wedding photos will be featured in a layout of Vogue magazine.

Standing to attention: Judging by these official wedding photos, a lot of care and precision went into organizing Solange's big day

Noticeably missing from the wedding festivities was Solange and Beyoncé’s father, Matthew Knowles who’s apparently estranged from his daughter’s due to his highly publicized extra marital indiscretions. Therefore, instead of the shining moment of a father/daughter dance; Solange had a mother/son dance with her ten (10) year old son, Daniel Julez, from her previous marriage. The video is too cute check it out!

Dwayne Wade, Gabrielle Union, Relationships, Upcoming Events, Weddings

The invitations are out and it’s official!


Gabrielle Union is set to marry her long-time beau Dwayne Wade on August 30, 2014. And according to TMZ, wedding guest have already been warned that NO CAMERAS and NO PHONE CAMERAS allowed… which could be a huge problem, since their guests are ADDICTED to social media!


The invitations which are made of wood, announces the nuptials will take place at 10:30 P.M. in the evening and close friends and family members are to “Put on their dancing shoes and join them for a THROW DOWN.”

According to

It’s all set to go down at a mystery location in Miami on August 30th.

Guests have been instructed to meet up at a famous hotel — where they will be transported to the wedding site.

But the most important part of the invitation is the note which directs the guests to leave their phones and cameras at home “for the comfort of our guests and to protect our privacy.”


Drama, Tennessee, Weddings, What she said

The Bride dragged her baby in the train of her dress!


This story is simply unbelievable!

A Tennessee bride marched down the aisle with her newborn daughter strapped to the train of her wedding dress. The baby was awake as the bride walked down the aisle, saying the baby was ‘well-secured’ and ‘covered by Christ’.

Carter-Brooks wrote. has been bombarded online following her marriage to Johnathan Brooks in Ripley, Tennessee last month, with some commentators arguing she should be reported to child protection services.

The dress – which is believed to be part of Vera Wang’s diffusion line, White by Vera Wang, costing anywhere from around $400 to $1400 – appears to have been altered to allow for the child to fit into the train of the dress.

The bride’s online posts maintained that her daughter was in no imminent danger.

‘Our 1 month old was awake and well secured on my train,’ ‘Most important while y’all got ya feelings in us we had our hearts in Christ which covers all!! Carter-Brooks wrote.

What’s your opinion? I’d like to hear it!