How to get the perfect ring

By Amy Goodman and Aaron Maté article By Aaron MatÉ The wedding of a bride and groom has a new complication: The bride and her wedding officiant are black.

The groom, meanwhile, is white.

The story is part of a larger national debate about whether to change the racial makeup of officiating in the United States.

In response, many African American weddings are scheduled by white couples who have chosen to officiate them, and those weddings are becoming more common, especially in recent years.

Some are held at prestigious private schools and private schools are seeing a surge in weddings in which the white couple is not the groom.

Some white couples are planning weddings that are scheduled and officiated by people of color.

The numbers are so high that, on the heels of a national conversation about whether the wedding industry needs to change its makeup, there are some questions about how to get that right.

Can a black couple be the wedding offician?

Are there racial stereotypes that can make it hard for a white couple to be the bride and the groom?

Can a white man officiate black weddings?

And how can the couple make sure their ceremony is inclusive?

What do people need to know about white wedding officiants?

This is the story of one white wedding.

The wedding The white couple’s name is Ryan and Jessica Dillard, and they live in Dallas.

They have two children.

They say that they planned the wedding for a few months before they heard the news.

They met Ryan while attending Texas Christian University and he was a big supporter of the school.

They wanted a fun, family-friendly ceremony.

Ryan had previously officiated a black wedding at another campus and the bride wore a headdress and was escorted around the chapel by two black people.

They also wanted to have the groom dressed in a black tuxedo.

They talked about the possibilities of black weddings and the possibilities for their wedding.

Ryan told me that they decided that a white wedding wouldn’t be the best choice for them because they would not have the opportunity to work with a black person in the wedding.

But they had some other options, and that was what they were looking at.

Ryan and his partner, Jessica, said that they knew that they wanted to get married in Texas, because that’s where they were from.

They grew up in the suburbs of Dallas, but they moved to Texas when they were young, and after graduating from Texas Christian, they started working as an interior designer.

They moved back to Dallas, got a job as a wedding planner, and started working with weddings.

They decided that the best way to get started would be to do a white ceremony.

Jessica told me, “We were very conscious of what was going to happen at the wedding, because we wanted to make sure that the bride was happy, the groom was happy.”

And they were so happy.

Jessica said, “I can tell you right now, it was one of the happiest days of my life.”

She was so happy that she felt like she could say goodbye.

The ceremony The wedding took place at the Waco Hotel in Waco, Texas.

The reception was held at the Grand Royal Hotel, where it was a full house.

A reception at a big hotel in Texas is a big deal.

In Texas, weddings are held in private rooms and are usually attended by the bride, the bride’s family, and her closest friends.

There is also a reception at the local restaurant.

After the reception, the couple met the officiant.

She said, “[We] wanted to see who we would be working with.

We were hoping to be working on a black bride and a white groom.”

But Ryan said that he didn’t want to be doing a white thing.

“We wanted to be a black man, so we knew we couldn’t be a white guy,” he said.

So they decided to have a black-white ceremony.

They said that Ryan was not a black guy, and she didn’t believe him.

“So I just kind of gave up,” he told me.

The couple said that the ceremony was a success.

The bride wore black makeup and black hair and jewelry and had a black bouquet.

She also wore black shoes.

She wore black eyeliner and black eyelashes.

The officiant was also wearing black makeup.

Ryan said, When she saw the groom, she was like, ‘Wow, this is the groom I’ve always dreamed about.’

And then the offician, when he saw the bride — she was a little nervous because she didn´t know what to do — and the couple had this little moment, and the officia­tian was like … you know, she just hugged me and we had this moment of unity and happiness and love, and then the bride stepped forward and took her place.

But the offici­cee had a problem.

Ryan says, He was looking at the groom and he couldn’t believe what he saw.