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We’re back with a new edition of links + loves! As our team started sharing our favorite finds for the week, we noticed that nearly everything was from Black-owned businesses or in support of ending racial injustice. There is SO MUCH GOOD STUFF on the list this week! Rest assured that we will continue to follow and shop from Black-owned businesses, so you’ll be seeing more of this in the future.

On that note, we wanted to make sure you didn’t miss this important letter about our ongoing commitment from Jen + Jason, as well as this list of inspiring Black wedding professionals to hire. As others have said, there is no getting back to normal — we’re in it for the long haul.

{photo via @influencingincolor}

Here’s what we’re loving this week:

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New shop I recently discovered: Lolly Lolly Ceramics! She closed her shop right now due to the high demand (amazing!) but definitely follow her on IG. I can’t wait to buy something once she opens back up!

Golde is a Black-owned health and wellness shop — I’m excited to try this Matcha Tumeric Latte Blend!

Also recently discovered @ofususalkind — seriously amazing paper dolls! They just launched a downloadable coloring paper doll where 100% will support @blackgirlcode — they are $10! So perfect if you have kids or love art!

LOVE this necklace.

If you’re looking to replace toxins in your home, PUR Home is a Black-owned natural, non-toxic eco-friendly household cleaners product line. This all-in-one concentrated cleaner can be mixed with water to make all-purpose cleaner, bathroom cleaner, glass cleaner, laundry detergent, and more — in the cart!

An excellent collection of children’s books that celebrate diversity + inclusivity: Part 1 and Part 2

New favorite Instagram account is definitely @influencingincolor. These four ladies are fierce, beautiful, fashionable, and focused on being an inspiring force for all women!

If there is one video that jump-started my education on systemic racism, it is this video.

100% of profits from these adorable and inspiring t-shirts are going to an organization in support of equality and ending racial injustice in America.

Rogue & Fox Co marketplace just opened — a Black woman-owned floral designer here in LA. I love the floral stands (may or may not have picked up the mint-colored one)!

Recently discovered this Black woman-owned jewelry shop, Ocèanne, and bought this dainty choker necklace.

Love this “Create the Change” digital design (only $2.99!) that you can purchase, created by @damasklove. Thinking this would be great on a shirt, framed, bullet-journaled, etc!

This fibre art shop is Black-owned and designs the most amazing wall hangings. There’s also a DIY kit (sold out, but there’s a waitlist)!





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