Two Pastors Defy The Odds, Find Love and Tie The Knot

Pastor Twanna Gause stepped out of a limousine amid the whir of cameras outside the New Vision Full Gospel Baptist Church in East Orange, N.J.

Dressed in an off-white wedding gown and veil that sparkled in the cascading sunshine, she carried a bouquet of white roses and lilies, hugged several guests, then parted a sea of well-wishers on the way to her best friend, Pastor Vanessa Brown, who stood waiting at the altar in a cream-colored long coat called a sherwani and gold Punjabi jutti shoes.

Keke Wyatt's Brother Keever Wyatt Takes Us Inside His "Big Gay Little Wedding"

We're happy to see he's happy and in love!

With all of the hate in the world today, I thought I'd share a little inspiration! This was the happiest moment of my life on record! It was a very intimate wedding and I wouldn't have had it any other way. We've been together now for eight years and counting and as we approach our third wedding anniversary,  I am very proud to be a happily married man.

 If you are inspired by this video, the only thing I ask of you is that you LIVE YOUR LIFE MOVING FORWARD AND DON'T LOOK BACK! It's worth it! : )

Couple Dom and Nick Share How Their Dream Miami Beach Wedding Became A Reality

After 10 years of friendship, courtship, and love Dom and Nick Spence tied the knot on Miami Beach.  This video is beautiful.  The cinematography, the melanin, the back drop, its enough to make your heart burst with happiness.  

Falling For Someone Who Doesn't Feel The Same About You

You get attached so easily and when you fall, you fall hard. You’re willing to give a part of you so effortlessly. It started off as a mere friendly exchange but along the way you fell in love. You fell in love with the way they make you laugh, the way they care about you, and above all the way they make you feel about yourself. Every second is consumed by the thought of them. Talking to them makes everything feel lighter. It is as though they have this magical power over you.

1 Year Anniversary: DeMarcus & Kevin Harris Take Us Inside Their Celebration

Time flies when you're in love, and flies by even faster when you're married.  Watch as DeMarcus and Kevin Harris Take us inside their 1 Year Celebration.  

My 1 year Anniversary and I am happy with every decision I have made in my life. God have truly blessed me and my husband with an amazing life. The key to a successful relationship is hard work dedication and loyalty. You will always end up on top.


Wedding Spotlight: Stephen & Nakia's Amazing Royal Wedding Ceremony

Stephen and Nakia were married on Sunday February 7, 2016 at Layla's Palace in Las Vegas, NV.

Wedding Spotlight: Alex and Ricky

What a beautiful ceremony! Alex and Ricky take us inside their special day as they became one and tied the knot.

On February 11, 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia, we attended our first gay wedding - and it was our own! Enjoy this video from our New Orleans-inspired celebration. Thank you to all our friends and family who made this the most memorable day of our lives thus far. We are so excited to share our love with you all!
Subscribe to our channel for more! And Follow each of us on Instagram:
Alex: @justalexforshort

You Don't Need Closure To Move On

When people talk about closure they’re most likely referring to an apology, an explanation, or a conversation that provides peace of mind in the ending of a relationship. And when we don’t get the closure we want it’ll drive us crazy, making it so hard to move on with our lives.

How You'll Know You've Found The Right One

The world is full of doubts, full of mistakes, and full of pain. The paths we take won’t always be smooth. There will be people along the way who will continuously hurt us, people who won’t stop destroying our trust. There will be fears and crying but in this world full of the wrong ones, the right one will be there.

Study Says A Person Who Cheats Once Will Probably Cheat Again

Once a cheater, always a cheater. You’ve heard people say it—but is it actually true? There might be more weight to the phrase than you think, according to a new study from the University of Denver.