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126 Amazing Black-Owned UK Wedding Suppliers to Follow and Support

If you want to support Black-owned businesses, we've found you some of the absolute best in the wedding industry in the UK!

The UK has some of the most talented Black wedding suppliers in the world. These skilled experts – from photographers and florists to makeup artists and caterers – will help you look and feel your best, capturing and treasuring the most special day of your life.

Hitched is committed to showcasing the best of the best in the wedding industry, and we acknowledge we haven’t been inclusive enough in the past. We’re beginning to put into action long-term strategies to change this – and we’ve started by compiling this list of 126 of the best Black-owned wedding businesses in the UK that deserve to be recognised for their creativity, passion and talent.

Start by following these incredible suppliers on Instagram, sharing their work and supporting their businesses. We know you’ll find suppliers whose work you adore and want working with you on your wedding day.

We want to thank everyone who has put together their own resources that helped us compile this list. We’re particularly grateful to Chenai of ByChenai Events and Mako of Berry and Brie (make sure you watch their Instagram story highlight on being a Black supplier in the wedding industry); and Ofe of Studio Oudizo who has an amazing edit of Black suppliers on her Instagram and runs the beautiful @noireweddingedit.

Photographers + Videographers

Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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1. Josephine Elvis – @joelvis_photo

Alternative London wedding photographer Jo tells love stories with creativity, colour and an inquisitive soul. She captures honest moments of connection and genuine emotion that represent each couple as they are.

2. Marni V Photography – @marni_v_photography

Cool urban venues and quirky couples that inject personality into everything from their outfits to their entertainment are Marni’s favourites. If you want a friendly photographer that catches those candid moments your guests will want as their new profile picture, she’s your woman.

3. Eleven06Photography – @eleven06photography

Photographer Yemi creates unforgettable wedding memories with an aim to “make you feel something when you look through your wedding photographs.” Having been both sides of the camera, he knows how to keep your comfortable and calm on a stressful day.

Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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4. Bigg Ayo Photography – @bigg_ayo

International documentary wedding photographer Bigg will make your day look as glamorous as a fashion shoot, with all the joy, romance and emotion of a storytelling artist. Perfect to hire for destination weddings!

5. Leesha Williams Photo – @leeshawilliamsphoto

Leesha is a fun, quirky Cardiff-based wedding photographer who’s ideal for couples who want the tiny details, the quiet moments, the genuine laughter, the intense tears and the soul-soaring laughter preserved on camera to share with loved ones.

Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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6. Carla Thomas Photography – @carlathomasphoto

Carla builds real friendships with her clients to put them at ease and makes sure you get those authentic, once-in-a-lifetime shots that you’ll treasure for years to come. Relaxed, fun and unobtrusive, you’ll feel the love emanating from her photos.

7. Deru Studios – @derustudios

Glamour and elegance are the bedrocks of the documentary-style photography of the immensely talented team at Deru Studios. They consider your photos to be beautiful works of art and treat them with amazing attention to detail.

8. Marv Brown Films – @marvbrownfilms

Contemporary and cool wedding videography that lets the personality of the couple and atmosphere of the day really shine through. Marv and his wife Bethel are exactly the kind of couple you’d want to have following you for your wedding day – there’s no higher praise than that!

Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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9. Igor Demba – @igordemba

Adventurous and creative, Igor travels for awe-inspiring weddings all around the world (his Instagram will convince you to have a destination wedding) but he’s just as at home photographing atmospheric, one-of-a-kind days in the UK.

10. Jonathan Ellis Photo – @jonathanephoto

Jonathan captures “wild hearts” with a warm, creative eye and plenty of atmosphere and colour. He earns special praise from his clients for being “kind, patient and genuine”.

11. Jay Anderson Photography – @jayandersonphotography

Nicknamed the ‘Tog in the Hat’ for his love of headwear, Jay brings an easy charm to your day to help you feel relaxed and shoot cool, raw and modern wedding photography and videography you’ll treasure.

Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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12. Love Luella – @loveluella

Love and soul ooze from self-confessed “hopeless romantic” Tash’s photos. She’s based across Cheshire and North Wales and is a dab hand at capturing the wildness of the landscape and cool architecture across the region while making the couple and their love story front and centre.

13. Tanya Weekes Weddings – @tweekesweddings

Epic, beautiful photography is Tanya’s wheelhouse, and her eye for light and details bring the entire day to life. Her photos are natural, bright and full of emotion.

Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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14. Wolf & Co Photography – @wolfshootsweddings

Osman “loves watching people in love” and he’s very good at it. His documentary-style wedding photography is authentic and intimate, finding those unexpected moments and  capturing the magic of the day.

15. Weddings by Cassiel – @weddingsbycassiel

With a background in portraits and fashion, Christian has an amazing eye for subtle detail and has perfected the art of blending into the background to capture those relaxed, happy, joyful moments without you even realising he’s there.

16. The Quirky – @beatrice_thequirky

‘The Quirky’ team is made of up of Beatrice on photos and her partner Jeremie on video and they live up to their name. Capturing fun, alternative photography, they are actually based in France but they travel all over the world to capture wedding photos, including the UK.

Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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17. Salsabil Morrison Photography- @salsabilmorrisonphotography

Norfolk based wedding photographer Salsabil creates windows into intimate moments with her lens, capturing photos that can be enjoyed by your family for generations. She’s there for the moments of authentic joy and emotion – and having planned her own wedding in just three months she’s sensitive to each couple’s requirements of the day.

18. Quadosh Photography – @quadoshphoto

If you want luxury fine art photography, this is the place to go. Compelling and creative photos sing of each couple’s love story and the man himself goes the extra mile to capture every moment.

19. Slick Photography – @slickphotograph

The real, unscripted moments of your big day are what Slick Photography specialise in, mixing editorial-style candid photos with portraiture to get the full essence and flavour of your day.

Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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20. Ben Achana Photography – @b.achana

Ben comes from a background capturing events and London nightlife so if you want your epic reception party captured on camera with all the lights, dancing, energy and entertainment, he’s your man. Plus, he’s pretty excellent at the daytime stuff too!

21. Jesse Konadu Photography –

From your engagement shoot to your wedding day, Jesse’s style is very natural, finding the colour, heart and soul in each relationship she photographs.

22. A & O Studios – @aando_studios

London-based international photographers A & O Studios has shot at some of the most prestigious venues in the UK and is trusted and experienced at bringing vibrant, luxury weddings to life in his photos.

Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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23. Samon Films – @samonfilms 

An award-winning videography company that specialise in wedding cinematography and have extensive experience capturing the joy, beauty and energy of African weddings.

24. The CA Brand – @thecabrand

This creative team have an eye for making amazing, luxury wedding films, and even have 360-degree video booths to capture your wedding like no one else can. Cool, quality videography guaranteed.


25. Jamie Walker – @jamiewalkercelebrant

If you want a laid back celebrant to help you savour your special moment, Jamie brings fun, creativity and calm to her personalised ceremonies.

26. Jennifer Patrice – @jennifer_patrice_celebrant

Wherever you want to host your special day, London-based Jennifer will help you realise your dream, whether it’s a modern wedding on the London Eye or an private and intimate vow renewal in your back garden.

Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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27. Michelle Taylor – @michelle_funkycelebrant

Independent, inclusive and award-winning, Michelle lives up to her name as a “funky” celebrant with bags of passion, quirkiness and charm.

28. Sheron Burt – @sheronburtyourcelebrant

Independent celebrant Sheron is welcoming and empathetic, conducting unique ceremonies for all religions and beliefs with humour and personality.

Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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29. Hold Fast Ceremonies – @holdfastceremonies

Experienced Humanist celebrant Justine is based in Brighton and praised by her couples as a “real wordsmith” for her relaxed, bespoke ceremonies that are bursting with love.

30. The Celebrants Collective – @celebrantscollective

Founded by celebrant Natasha Johnson, who is based in Spain, the Collective will help you find a trusted and passionate celebrant across Europe – ideal for destination weddings.


Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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31. Studio Oudizo – @studiooudizo

Boutique wedding stationery from the mind of designer Ofe, who makes modern, luxe pieces for weddings. Her work is seriously cool, like the stunning agate place cards above, and her unique velvet vow books.

32. Gold Avenue London – @goldavenuelondon

Beautiful luxury hand lettering and calligraphy from this little London studio that’s perfect for extra special invites and envelopes.

33. Dunwell Calligraphy - @dunwellcalligraphy 

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Gabrielle is based in Southampton and wears many hats, including calligrapher, hand engraver and dabbles in watercolour. As well as her beautiful calligraphed wedding stationery, we adore her engraved perfume bottles (perfect for your wedding day) and engraved alcohol bottles (a stunning wedding gift!). 

34. Chloe Ainsley Creative – @chloecreative1

Chloe’s eco-friendly, quirky, design-led stationery is made in her Kent studio, where the focus is on reducing waste, recycling wherever possible and seeking out reclaimed, sustainable, local and biodegradable materials.

Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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35. Illyboo Designs – @illyboodesigns

Illyahna is a self-taught modern calligrapher with a unique and creative style that combines colour with flourish and flair.

36. Lace and Ribbons Wedding Stationery - @laceandribbonsweddings

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Award-winning stationer making bespoke invitations and on-the-day stationery. Whether you want modern acrylic invites or classic, intricate lasercut designs, you can get it all done here. We love their custom wedding monograms that you can use to brand your wedding in the classiest way.

37. Creative Blossom – @creativeblossom1

Designer Tracy makes personalised wedding items, such as custom satin lace robes for brides, bridesmaid clutches, wedding signs, velvet hangers and more for those perfect finishing touches.

Cake Makers

Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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38. Tees Bakery – @teesbakeryuk

Founded by banker-turned-luxury-cake-maker Toyin, this multi-award-winning wedding cake company prioritises flavour and texture alongside spectacular design and incredible floral sugar work for truly romantic creations.

39. The Indulgent Sugar Plum – @ms_sugar_plum

A “cake architect” handcrafting modern, abstract, bold designs that inspire conversation. With vibrant colours, cool techniques, and work of art “concept” cakes, these are a one-of-a-kind luxury.

40. Little Cake Garden – @littlecakegarden

Elegant or whimsical, Jasmine can whip you up a gorgeous wedding cake and pretty sweet treats to accompany it. She names each of the cakes she has the honour of baking and you can choose from classic flavours or her secret garden specials for exotic, unique flavours.

41. TY Couture Cakes – @tycouturecakes

Toyin offers breathtaking suspended wedding cake displays that hang from flower-adorned frames and create a real taking point! Her stunning marble cakes and precise icing handiwork make for centrepiece-worthy cakes.

Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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42. MonAnnie Cakes – @monanniecakes

The Hitched team can personally attest to Fen’s delicious, elegant and modern, flavour-first bespoke cakes. She prides herself in making your vision come true and does not disappoint! Don’t miss the amazing patisserie too.

43. Vanilla Pod Bakery – @vanillapodbakery

We’re in love with luxury Cotswold cake maker Pia’s fancy buttercream and rustic semi-naked cakes which scream out for a chic barn wedding. She’ll top with everything from edible flowers and herbs to 24ct gold leaf and pearls for an Instagram-worthy look.

44. M+H Cake – @mandhcake

Raspberry ripple; Biscoff buttercream and chocolate; red velvet and Oreo – mouthwatering contemporary cakes is the name of the game, and you’d be foolish not to get Abigail’s personalised marble fondant biscuits as favours too.

Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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45. Pam’s Sweet Creations Events – @pams_sweet_creations_events

If you want a dessert table, Pam’s your lady for decadent macarons, cupcakes, patisserie, chocolates, cheesecake and, of course, eye-catching wedding cakes. We adore her all her styles, but the pink pastel look is our favourite.

46. Helen Cefai – @missmicrophonehead

Helen is the owner of vegan bakery Doughmain in the Wirral and makes a range of incredible vegan doughnuts and cakes. The cafe is ’90s-inspired and there’s a little bit of nostalgic love in each one of these colourful creations. Don’t look at her doughnut walls if you’re hungry – your mouth will be watering.

47. Plum & Rabbitts Cake Studio – @plumbandrabbittscakestudio

Owner Autumn’s talents don’t just extend to cake, but stationery and jewellery design too. It’s why there’s so much creativity in her design-led and delectable creations which feature plenty of colour.

Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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48. Elizabeth’s Cake Emporium – @elizabethscakeemporium

Cake queen Elizabeth Solaru is a world renowned sugarcraft teacher so you can just imagine what her beautiful creations look like. As a preferred supplier to some of the best venues in the world, you can expect a jaw-dropping aesthetic (including edible jewels and pearls) combined with delicious flavour.

Wedding Dress Designers + Wedding Outfitters

49. Jacqui James – @jacquijames

Glamorous, romantic and showstopping: Jacqui makes beautiful bespoke wedding dresses and occasionwear from her London studio, with a focus on structuring and embellishments.

Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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50. Alonuko Bespoke – @alonuko_bespoke

Alonuko is the home of bespoke intricate and structured bridal and evening wear, with an amazing corset range to enhance a bride’s natural shape. Designer Gbemi’s aim is to create dresses and jumpsuits that highlight and amplify inner beauty and confidence. Can you believe she started this brand while still a teeanger?

51. Rita Colson – @ritacolson

Fashion forward brides love Rita’s designs, which use sustainable vintage lace and silk, and reflect a contemporary aesthetic inspired by art, music, dance and theatre – that means lightness, movement and playfulness.

52. Kate Edmondson Bridal Couture – @edmondsonbridalcouture

Kate combines classic elements of ’30s and ’40s styling with modern twists for unique, elegant and unexpected wedding dresses. Her bridal headpieces and accessories are to die for!

Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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53. Oui Madam Bridal Atelier – @ouimadam1

Cynthia makes one-of-a-kind, handcrafted wedding dresses from her studio in North London with unrivalled mastery. Bursting with texture and clean lines, her bespoke dresses are perfectly-fitted modern classics. Did we mention she’s previously made dresses for Jennifer Lopez and Reese Witherspoon?

54. Naomi Deru Bridal – @naomiderubridal

Naomi’s bespoke wedding dresses are hand-crafted with fine laces, silks and embellishments at her Kent studio. Her process is a collaboration with the bride, bringing her unique beauty, style and vision to life. She has a wonderful range of bridesmaid designs too.

55. Andrea Iyamah Bride – @andreaiyamah.bride

Nigerian fashion designer Dumebi Iyamah’s bold cuts and interesting flourishes – from caped suits and peplum bodices to giant bows and structured sleeves – make for a truly unique bridal look.

Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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56. Sarah Boadu – @sarahboadu

The uniqueness of each woman’s body is celebrated here and collections don’t follow custom high street sizes. They’re made to order with the mission to make creating your dress “the most pleasurable experience for our brides”. Think glitz, glamour and high drama designs.

57. Kahmune – @kahmune

Just as “nude” plasters aren’t for all skin tones, neither are shoes. Kahume decided to fix that with “nude” shoes in 10 skin tone shades, including gorgeous and comfortable sandals and heels that work brilliantly for bridesmaids or brides. Their shoes have redefined the word nude.

58. Kosibah – @yemikosibah

Designer Yemi’s signature use of corsetry and boned bodices to create showstopping hourglass curves is what his brand is known for. Making luxury couture bridal and evening wear, it’s where you go if you want to make a grand entrance.

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59. Sherah - @sherah_online 

Sherah's bridal robes will be the only thing you want in your honeymoon suitcase. They're flirty, floaty and seriously sexy. Designer Jessica Fletcher also has an amazing section of accessories too, like headwraps and earrings, that you'll want to wear on your big day and on honeymoon.

60. Ornate Bridal - @ornatebridal 

London-based luxury wedding dresses designed for the modern bride, and catering for all shapes and sizes. Each dress is made bespoke with the most intricate, avant-garde designs and opulent fabrics. You'll fall in love with their innovative trains.

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61. Elizabeth and Lace Bridal - @elizabethandlacebridal  

Classic, timeless styles are what they specialise in at Elizabeth and Lace Bridal. The experience of creating your wedding dress is a personal and collaborative one with creative director Idu, with modern techniques combined with vintage-inspired details.

62. Novia Galleria - @noviagalleria 

Affordable luxury bridal accessories, from tiaras and veils to garters and necklaces and clutch bags. All their accessories are handpicked for the shop for an elegant, curated look - basically, you could pick anything from the site and it would look beautiful on your wedding day. You'll want to wear these pieces again and again.

63. Felisiti Greis - @felisitigreis 

Discerning brides should turn to creative director Felicity. She combines traditional couture techniques with a design-led vision for dresses that sing of quality craftmanship and distinctive detailing. Your individual style will be mixed with Felicity's creativity, style and contemporary eye.

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Don’t worry, we didn’t miss out the groomswear!

64. . Sammy Aki – @sammyaki

Sammy runs The Groom Style Consultant, which works with Savile Row craftsmen to source and make dynamic, unique menswear and accessories. Sammy has worked with the biggest designer menswear labels in the business and she knows her stuff.

65. Lynch and Mason - @lynchandmason 

Lynch and Mason is a luxury clothing brand designed specifically for tall men standing at 6 foot 6 and above. The style is sophisticated, modern gentleman, made with classic designs and luxury fabrics. Turn to them for suits for tall grooms or groomsmen.

66. Keye London – @keyelondon

Bespoke tailoring for the modern man that helps you find your suit style, personality and silhouette so you feel your best on your wedding day. Check out their handmade suede mules too for the ultimate suave look!

Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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67. Anthony’s London – @anthonyslondon

The tailors at Anthony’s will spend as many as 80 hours perfecting your tailored wedding suit, delivering an outfit that enhances your physique and posture that you’ll feel proud to wear. Their collections go from classic tuxes to extravagant prints and rich fabrics.

68. Shaun Gordon – @shaungordontiemaker

Shaun is the epitome of dapper, with a speciality in British luxury handmade ties, bow ties and pocket squares. He’ll even make you made-to-order and bespoke ties that will complement your wedding suit for a finished look.

Wedding Planning and Styling

Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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69. ByChenai Events – @bychenai

Chenai is a natural extrovert who knows how to throw a spectacular party. You can trust her to turn your dream wedding plans into a reality, bursting with contemporary elegance, style, and opulence – plus a whole lot of laughter along the way to ease your stress.

70. Studio-Chi Weddings – @studiochiweddings

Luxury is the name of the game at this one-stop shop. Founder Chioma is your planner, florist, designer and stationer, using her creative and artistic eye to interpret what brides want and create their fantasy in real life.

71. Memories4U Weddings – @memories4uweddings

Quality, imagination and creativity is their promise: the team can plan almost everything, from the proposal right through to tailor-made planning, luxury venue styling, and seamless on-the-day coordination at unique venues across the UK and beyond.

72. MJP Events – @mjp_events

Creative Director Jeanette curates unforgettable weddings: listening to your requirements, sourcing exclusive venues and building relationships with trusted, luxury suppliers. Her tablescapes are breathtaking; you’re in trustworthy hands.

Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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73. Perfectly Planned 4 You – @perfectlyplanned4you

A bespoke, bold and fun wedding planner, Cherelle specialises in transforming cool, urban venues like warehouses, atmospheric galleries, and innovative spaces into the perfect wedding day backdrop, especially venues around trendy Hackney where she’s based.

74. Luxe by Minihaha – @luxebyminihaha

With a strong eye for details and an above-and-beyond attitude, luxury wedding planner Minihaha works across London, Yorkshire and at destination weddings to bring your vision to life.

75. Ave Creations – @byavecreations

Founder Assumpta takes on only a limited number of events each year, so she can focus her passion, experiences and skills creating awe-inspiring and unforgettable multicultural weddings for discerning clients.

Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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76. Afmena Events – @afmenaevents

If you’re after fresh, trendsetting designs with flair and imaginative florals, Afia will develop an overall design with you and bring the magic to life with her team’s speciality in fresh and silk flowers.

77. Carmela Weddings & Events – @carmelaweddings

Modern, design-led, luxury events with eclectic, fashion-forward touches are what Tichea is all about. She’ll strike the perfect balance between trendy and timeless for a wedding that’s utterly ‘you’.

Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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78. The Wedding Coordinators – @thewedcoordinators

You want control of the planning, but with someone to give a little guidance along the way and take charge on the day? Experienced duo The Wedding Coordinators offer an on-the-day coordination service which lets you sit back, relax and put your trust in the hands of experts.

80. The Barn at Drovers – @thebarnatdrovers

This Black-owned wedding venue is the coolest barn backdrop for your day. Set in the Herefordshire countryside on the border with Wales, this organic farm has a rustic and a posh barn, as well as gorgeous stone cottages to get ready in and options for glamping in luxury safari tents. With this as your setting for the day, half your styling is already covered!

Food + Drink

Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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81. Berry and Brie – @berryandbrie

Creative grazing table designer Mako creates magnificent feasting displays that guests will adore nibbling at during reception drinks or pre/post dinner. As well as delectable savoury tables with local cheeses, artisan cured meats, freshly baked bread and more, she makes delicious dessert grazing tables piled high with exquisite patisserie.

82. The Gourmet Dinner Lady – @gourmetdinnerlady

The Gourmet Dinner Lady also does gorgeous styled grazing tables, loaded with organic, local produce, and sparking conversations and moments between guests as they relax and mingle. Details, colours and flavours guaranteed.

83. Yemoja Foods – @yemojafoods

Fully vegan British-Caribbean wedding and event catering that’ll knock your socks off. Bursting with colour, freshness and vibrant flavours, the Yemoja team reinvent classics with plant-based flair.

Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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84. Bubble Bar Caravan – @bubblebar_caravan

This 1960s caravan-turned-mobile bar serves everything you need to get your party started. Their adaptable draught system lets you choose which beers, IPAs and ciders you want to serve, and their experienced barmen will whip you up cocktails and G&Ts, plus top up your guests prosecco and spirits.

85. Tokunbo’s Kitchen – @tokunboskitchen

Carefully designed West African menus with traditional dishes and new twists for delicious, bold food that your guests will love sharing and come back for again and again. Ideal for guests new to West African flavours and those who already adore them.

86. De’Osa Catering and Events - @deosaevents

For elegant West African and Caribbean food catering, De'Osa are the ones to call. Excellent customer service is complemented by delicious menus of Nigerian, Ghanaian, Sierra Leonean and Jamaican cuisines. Whatever the size of your event, there's options for plated and buffet service or the on-trend, family style serving.

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87. The Jerk Joint - @the_jerk_joint 

This mobile, Jamaican street food caravan is the ideal for serving your wedding breakfast or late-night snacks. The authentic Jamaican menu includes 24 hour-marinated Jerk chicken cooked on a Jerk drum, curry goat, saltfish fritters, and fried plantain. This is a sizzling-hot, homemade taste of the Caribbean.

88. Small Chops UK - @smallchopsuk  

Try these delicious, Afro-fused savoury and dessert canapes. With canapes like mini lamb cutlets, chicken and pepper skewers, plantain fritter balls, samosas, wings and mini rice pots, plus perfect cheesecake bites for dessert, your guests won't stop coming back for more.

89. Sip Geek - @sipgeek 

Want to serve delicious booze-free options at your wedding? Sip Geek is the UK's leading mocktail bar, serving up mocktails, milkshakes, fresh juices and smoothies. They even have a mocktail wall as well as mobile bar. An excellent option for those avoiding alcohol who want the same flavours, passion and innovation in their drinks.


90. Jay Émme Cellist – @cosmicgirlie

We’re going to throw in a wonderful luxury wedding cellist who is perfect to have playing during reception drinks or your wedding breakfast. Jay will create a magical atmosphere at your wedding. Her music is full of life and love and she’s extremely versatile: whether you want pop songs, Disney favourites, rock songs or traditional classics, she can do it all!

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91. J Hope Strings - @jhopestrings 

London-based Jamal is an acoustic and electric urban violinist. He mixes his classic training with contemporary songs and can cover everything from Afrobeats and Reggae to Pop and Hip Hop. Hire him to play as you walk down the aisle, in the background of your wedding breakfast or as a cool accompaniment at your reception party.

92. DJ MRI - @djmri

DJ MRI is a wedding DJ with a difference. His music library boasts over 50,000 tracks and he'll put a smile on the face of each of your guests as you dance the night away. Your DJ helps create the atmosphere of your reception so you need someone who will leave you all with great memories. He's played at some of the most prestigious venues in the country and will bring energy and passion.

93. Solo Sax 007 - @solosax007 

Sax player Solomon provides live saxophone music to accompany either a four-piece band or backing tracks. He brings flair, class and energy to your wedding ceremony, and is perfect for during your cocktail hour or into the evening. His repertoire is huge so pretty much whatever you want, he can play on his handsome matte silver and gold sax.

94. The Velvet Notes - @thevelvetnotes 

The Velvet Notes know how to bring the party. With years of experience, they offer everything from smooth Jazz for the wedding breakfast to an Evening Party band that covers just about every style you could want. They're versatile, professional, fun and will help create memories that last a lifetime.

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95. Events by Knight - @eventsbyknight 

Kwame "DJ" Knight is an event producer who can handle all of your entertainment from sounding and lighting to magic mirrors, photobooths and singers. You'll want Kwame himself as your DJ: with 19 years working in events and entertainment, he knows how to work a crowd and has a huge library of different genres that he'll spin to create the atmosphere you want.

96. DJ Coast2Coast - @djcoast2coast 

Nkosi thrives on making people happy and knows how to get the dance floor jumping. He's travelled the world DJ'ing and is now based in the North West, bringing a fresh, personable and modern approach to wedding music. Together, he'll create the ultimate playlist with you, but he always knows exactly when to work the crowd and mix in the moment.


Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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97. Hazel Gardiner Design – @hazelgardinerdesign

Hazel is renowned for her floral installations, which freestyle with colour, form and texture. Her inventive designs bring each couple’s style and personalities to life, while enhancing the natural beauty of the setting.

98. Queen of Hearts Floral Design - @queenofheartsfloraldesign 

Founder Bilen used to be an interior designer before moving into the world of luxury floral styling. Now she creates opulent, memorable and theatrical floral displays that utilise her innate understanding of colour, shape, style and texture. Elegant, timeless florals.

99. Kate Wren Flowers – @katewrenflowers

If you love light, elegant and intensely romantic floral arrangements, Kate is your florist. Delicate pastels and soft greenery are the core of her designs for bouquets, aisle decor, floral installations and centrepieces – which she mixes beautifully with candles, crystal glasswear, soft fabrics and touches of gold and deeper tones for incredible tablescapes.

Best Black-Owned Wedding Businesses

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100. Debrah J Events – @debrahjevents

Jennifer designs and styles weddings, but her passion is for floral installations and she’s very good at it! Think elegant flower arches, chic centrepieces and textural bouquets in bold, rich colours.

101. Cocoa Villea - @cocoavillea 

Cocoa Villea specialise in premium flower walls and backdrops to hire for weddings and events. Their gorgeous silk flower walls looks incredibly realistic but don't wilt or die, meaning you can Instagram from day to night with every moment looking perfect. We adore the 'coconut dahlia' wall made with white roses and hydrangea, but there are fab balloon walls, arches and starlit backdrops for hire too.

102. Florissa Designs - @florissadesignsevents 

Creative director Mannuela designs unforgettable multicultural weddings, blending French elegance with innovative and artistic modern styling. Her refined florals will create a beautiful visual experience, and she can use her styling skills to design the whole atmosphere of your day.

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103. Florals by Funmi - @floralsbyfunmi 

Funmi is an up-and-coming in the floristry world, so this is the perfect chance to hire her for your florals before she's too in-demand! She provides a bespoke floristry service, combining artistic techniques with bold colours and fun flower combinations. They're chic, playful and beautiful.

104. Flowers By Ruth - @flowersbyruth 

Bespoke luxury bridal florist Ruth is based in Cheshire and inspired by her idyllic setting. All her designs are made with love to your specifications, bringing to life your theme and vision through beautiful flowers. Her bouquets are breathtaking.

105. Anaiah Grace Events – @anaiahgraceevents

Founder Tonbra supplies stunning silk floral arrangements for weddings – from trailing wisteria trees and luxe roses, to rustic summer flowers and fresh greenery. She’s guaranteed to have a gorgeous collection that suits your style.

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106. Catherine Foxwell – @floralevolution

Describing herself as “a hip hop and old skool music loving florist”, Catherine makes floral designs that are as cool as her. She uses wild, arresting flowers in opulent displays that guests won’t be able to take their eyes off.

107. Michelle Buabin Flowers – @michellebuabinflowers

Michelle loves to create grand scale, sophisticated, sculptural wedding flowers with a real romance to them. She regularly works with luxury brands like Jo Malone, so you’re know you’re in good hands.

Makeup and Hair Styling

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108. Bernicia Boateng Artistry – @berniciaboateng

Bernicia owns her own makeup academy, but the lady herself is available for hire for your wedding day makeup with soft, glowing, uber glam looks a speciality.

109. Pam Wrigley – @weddingmakeupandhair

Experienced and friendly wedding makeup artist Pam is passionate about making every bride feel confident and beautiful on her big day. She’s particularly talented at working with specific needs, such as understanding mature brides’ skin, and oily and sensitive skin. You’re in very safe hands.

110. Malkia Roberts - @malkiaroberts 

Malkia is a bridal makeup artist who also works in editorial and fashion photography. It means she knows exactly how to create make up looks that will look incredible in your wedding photos. From refined, natural looks to bold, modern brights, she will bring out the best in your confidence and inner glow.

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111. Brides by Aina M - @bridesbyaina.m

Makeup and hair for modern brides. Aina is based in Kent and creates soft glam bridal makeup for all skin tones. She's equally talented with Afro bridal and European hair for a complete look that feels and looks like you.

112. Charis Hair – @charishair

Award-winning bridal hairstylist Charis is incredible at braided and updo looks, and offers a brilliant selection of lace front wigs she can style. She’ll make you feel like a modern day princess.

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113. Makeupology – @makeupologybrides

Bev offers beautiful natural makeup with a touch of glam for all skin tones. You’ll look like the absolute best version of yourself and feel super confident.

114. Joyce Connor Makeup – @joyceconnormakeup

Joyce has done bridal makeup for more than 1,000 brides so you’re in safe hands. She does natural, flawless makeup that enhances your beauty, and she’s a dab hand at making faces look younger, fresher and brighter.

115. Dionne Smith Hair – @dionnesmithhair

After 20+ years in the industry, expert hairstylist Dionne understands each and every bride is different and works hard to achieve perfection so you’ll love your hair every time you look back on photos for years to come.

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116. Liz’Koya Makeup – @lizkoyamakeup

Friendly and calming on your big day, you’ll feel like you’ve got a best friend helping you look your best. Liz’Koya has lots of different packages available, from makeup for multi-day events to changing up your look for the evening reception.

117. Edith Williams Makeup Artist – @edithwilliamsartistry

Edith is a London-based makeup artist providing pro bridal looks for mixed race and Black brides. She’s happy to travel and comes highly recommended by her brides.

118. Platinum Tresses and Beauty – @platinumtresses1

Gorgeous traditional and contemporary hairstyling for brides, bridesmaids and other members of the wedding party: we adore her Hollywood style waves.

119. Joy Adenuga – @joyadenuga

Award-winning makeup artist Joy’s bridal services come with premium attention-to-detail, luxury products fit for a queen and an intimate understanding of her brides and bridesmaids’ vision.

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120. Simply Into My Nails – @simplyintomynails

If you’re looking for wedding day nail inspiration, you’ll find it here. With custom-designed nail press-ons and in-salon gels, you can choose from the most amazing nail art designs and a bridal range too.

121. Rachel Arike Hair – @rachel_arike

Rachel is a London-based natural hair consultant and stylist, skilled in creating showstopping looks with wigs and natural hair. She has lots of cool contemporary styles in her toolbox.

122. Deborah Lola – @deborahlola

With over a decade of experience, Deborah loves putting modern twists on traditional hairstyles. She will understand your vision and bring it to life better than you could ever expect from your first trial to wedding day.

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123. Something Blue Wedding Hair and Makeup – @sbhm_stylists

Natasha and her team work on all skin tones, creating naturally glowing and relaxed bridal makeup and hair looks using luxury products, all tailored to each bride and adopting the latest trends for modern looks.

124. Lake Sanu – @lakesanu

International makeup artist Lake is the woman to go to for the perfect pout. She’s pretty darn good at skin and eyes too!

125. Yalliz Beauty – @yallizbeauty

The team at Yalliz only use cruelty-free, high-end makeup to ensure a durable, flawless finish that doesn’t harm the earth. You’ll feel fully supported through the whole planning process, from a telephone consultation to your trial to the big day, so you feel comfortable and confident in your look and in the team’s hands.

126. My Bridal Box - @my_bridalbox

Founded by Lordine Marie, this is such a cute gift idea for a bride! You'll get a fab bridal care package that's filled with a planning guide, crystal-encrusted lace garter, jade face roller, lip gloss, lashes and more. It's ideal for a bridal shower or to treat yourself to.