Black History Month is a time to honor the strength and resilience of our ancestors who persevered despite insurmountable obstacles. Their unwavering determination has created a path for us to strive towards excellence and continue making history every day.
Join us as we talk with NSBWEP Members in a 4-part series on the “History & Celebration of Black Love”. We will discuss traditions used in weddings, to personal encounters, why Black Love is significant in our culture.
Today we are speaking with NSBWEP Member, Suzette Spann Scarborough of Envisioned Events by Suzette. As one of New York City’s respected event planners, Suzette, embraces the relationships she holds with her couples and is deeply involved with each couple’s intimate details to include incorporating their rich culture. Suzette is going to give us all the insights regarding, “Wedding Traditions of Today’s Black Couple”; new vs. old traditions and the etiquette around traditions.
We look forward to having you join us on INSTAGRAM LIVE (@NSBWEP) for this rich conversation full of history, love, and culture.