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Lagos traditional wedding party

Lagos Traditional Wedding Party Like Cynthia and Michael’s

A complete Lagos traditional wedding party, when done in a day, comprises of the three stages namely, Engagement (Trad Wedding), White Wedding and reception. Some couples set a date for their engagement and another date for white white wedding. It is basically done according to your preference. Anyway, many couples prefer to do the two stages within a day because it is cost-effective.   What are Saturdays for, in Lagos? Look all around you from the streets to the road, […]

Marrying a Nigerian Bride as a Transactional Affair, and a Society That Prioritise Money Over Morals and Values

Marrying a Nigerian Bride as a Transactional Affair, and a Society That Prioritise Money Over Morals and Values

If money is the least of your problems, you have a 100 percent chance of living the best life in a money conscious society like Nigeria. Like every other thing you can use money to acquire, marrying a Nigerian bride, also taking into consideration all the customs and tradition you have to observe, having the right amount of money is the major determinant in wether the wedding will hold or not. You can singlehandedly determine the time and duration and […]

kneeling to propose marriage to a lady

Kneeling to Propose Marriage to a Lady and Why Yorubas Don’t Need It

Social media era Look all over the social media networks and you’ll be hypnotised by the barrage of proposal photos and videos. Men going on their kneels to propose to the love of their lives. Ladies, with their stretched out hands, catching all the necessary feelings for that special moment — looking overly surprised for what may eventually happen in their relationship. Everyone around keeping appointment with amazed expressions, begging and the lady to accept and let the gentleman get […]

yoruba traditional wedding ceremony

Yoruba Traditional Wedding Ceremony: Chronology of events at Ronke-Deji wedding

Over the years covering Yoruba traditional wedding ceremonies, as a professional wedding photographer, I have noticed the accurate attention to detail in carrying out all the activities that sets it apart from other traditional weddings I have covered. The Yoruba traditional wedding ceremony has in its composition a sort of three square meal approach for it to be complete. Starting from introduction, to engagement, to the white wedding which is used to wrap everything up. We know how Saturdays and […]