Saturday, August 14, 2010

A Celebraion of African American Weddings

Stats say the numbers  for marriage are so low that if you had to think about it, you would not jump that broom at all.  Marriage is declining and for African Americans it doesn't even exist.  But that is not really the truth, couples are still finding love and even of my own family and friends, their relationships have lasted 10, 20, and even over 50 years.  Coupling works and I am glad author Kea Taylor believes in it as well.
Ms. Taylor is a photographer and has documented celebrations for 10 years and counting.  She is the founder of Imagine Photography, her client list include BET, DC Chamber of Commerce, and a growing list of prominent admirers.  With that under her belt she has created the coffee table book called I Still Do: A Celebration Of African American Weddings, filled with Ms. Taylors favorites and the voices of the couples themselves.  This book will inspire, transcend, ignite, astound, and encourage what we know and don't know about Black love. See Kea on Fox News and enjoy pictures from the DC Launch Party.

I Still Do: A Celebration Of African American Weddings

Author Kea Taylor

  First seen on African-American Brides

1 comment:

DJ Nose said...

Great images of African American love and marriage. African American Wedding Receptions are such a soulful event.
DJ Nose


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