Fact is most Ghanaian women are obsessed about weddings. Each day, each moment they think and dream of their wedding; the dress, ring, make-up, flower arrangements, wedding bells and shouts of ‘dondo, dondo’ as they walk down the aisle with a life partner and an elaborate reception.
In the traditional Ghanaian culture, the first step in the marriage process is called the “knocking on the door”… The man’s parents and elder relatives or his mother and brother or sister (as in the Asante tribe), will approach the girl’s family on his behalf by “knocking on the door” of her family’s house to ask for permission from them to allow him to court her.
This was exactly the case of Golda who went to Nana Kofi’s parent’s house to ask for the permission to court which was granted and led to an elaborate and beautiful wedding ceremony. It was a reunion of family and friends with all joy and happiness to see these two best friends come together in holy matrimony.
Made up by Valeria Lawson and hair styled by Revup Salon, Nana Kofi was a typical Ghanaian bride in the infamous Kente traditional attire with her groom in a crisp white traditional attire for their traditional wedding and rites.
Holding on to a stunning flower bouquet by Complete Events and Flowers, Nana Kofi was dressed in statement embellished wedding gown by Brides Gallery. Her groom was all handsome in a blue and grey suit. Nana’s girls made the wedding come alive in gowns by Lixbabina.
See photos by CliqKofi photography from Nana Kofi and Golda’s Ghanaian wedding
Nana Kofi and Golda
The couple and their aso ebi train
Nana Kofi amd her girls
Nana Kofi and Golda
Photo Credit- CliqKofi photography
From the Madivas team, we wish them a happy married life.[mashshare text="This is my custom share text"]
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