There are three keys to marriage and they are all very difficult to forge.The first is communication. Suffice to say that good communication requires practice, goodwill, determination and a considerable amount of inborn talent.
The second is respect, which in many ways is more important than love. Love comes and goes, but respect endures, and provides the space for love to flow after the ebb, which is bound to come in all long marriages sooner or later.
The third is trust. And this is the hardest of all, because if you have ever been let down and we all have, reconstructing the trust is extremly difficult.
Zainab and Adewale took the first step to marriage with a beautiful two in one wedding ceremony; traditional and Nikkah planned by Purple Dazzle Events. Zainab was no doubt the spotlight of the events as she said her vows to Adewale in a princess themed wedding decorated by Tammy Events.
The traditional wedding was an all blue affairs as they were dressed in matching blue aso oke by Bimmms Alaso oke and beads, styled in Yoruba traditional female and male attires but a little twist as Zainab’s attire was embellished with pearls and fringe.
Glammed up by Tifara Makeovers, Zainab was dressed in a white ballroom wedding gown with long sleeves by April by Kunbi. She finished up the look with a matching white turban and veil and carried a white and red bouquet by All Bellaz.
See photos from the grand wedding of Zainab and Adewale…
Photo Credit- Rare Magic Gallery
From the Madivas team, we wish them a happy married life.
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