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QCity-Brides

We’ve relaunched our QCity Brides series featuring the engagements, weddings and vow renewal stories of Black couples with connections to the Charlotte area.

Want to share your love story and stunning photos from your event? Complete any of the questionnaires below.

We’re engaged

Congrats! Click here to tell us more about you’re upcoming nuptials.

We got married

Breathing easier yet? Click here to reflect on the days leading up to your wedding.

We renewed our vows

Way to go! Was it different this time around? Click here to share about lessons learned.

Things to know

  • By submitting the questionnaires, you are acknowledging permission from all parties involved to submit content to us.
  • Events must have occurred within 12 months from the date of submission.
  • We ask for up to 25 of the best horizontal images from your engagement photo shoot, wedding or vow renewal.
  • We require hi-resolution images without watermarks. Participating vendors will be properly credited in the vendor section of the article.
  • We will feature destination events. However, the couple must have connections to the Charlotte area (ex. current resident, hometown, etc.). 

If you have any questions, please contact us at brides@qcitymetro.com.

Latest from QCity Brides:

Photo credit: Dorn-Long Photography

ENGAGED: Jay and Shavon’s love story started with a day party

Photo credit: Carolina Hues Photography

MARRIED: HBCU sweethearts Whitney and Jhamarr got hitched after short engagement

Photo credit: Timothy Montais Photography

MARRIED: Ashley and Michael, a love that began through online dating

See more couples featured in QCity Brides

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  1. QCity Brides? How about QCity Couples? or QCity Engagements? QCity Brides as a title is a disservice to women. It continues the sexist and patriarchal narrative that only/mainly women uplift and seek marriage. If it’s predominately women who are valuing and craving/celebrating/seeking marriage, then who are they getting married to? They’re not, which is why Black marriage rates are in the tank. Uplift the idea of couples and marriage in the title, please.

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