PHOTO BY KATE SPENCER PHOTOGRAPHY
On the cover: Sarah and Tafadzwa Ndluvo were married on June 12, 2021, at Christ the King Church. Photo taken at the Old State Capitol

Some couples postponed their wedding plans due to COVID, while others got engaged after more togetherness during the pandemic. Pent-up demand has made 2022 the year for weddings to come back in a big way. Vendors are doing their best to accommodate all the couples who want to get married now and figuring out how to hold a celebration in creative and meaningful new ways. Michelle Ownbey, publisher

On the cover: Sarah and Tafadzwa Ndluvo were married on June 12, 2021, at Christ the King Church. Photo taken at the Old State Capitol. PHOTO BY KATE SPENCER PHOTOGRAPHY

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