Hey Divas,

In Nigeria, we all familiar with jollof rice that it is often said that ”a party without jollof rice is a meeting”. I would easily agree to that fact because I wonder what a party would be like without jollof rice.

One thing about this jollof rice is that party jollof rice is very much different from any jollof rice. This has often raised so many questions about party jollof rice and what makes it special. Is the big pot used to make it or is it the firewood effect or maybe it is the ingredients used (in every other jollof rice, these same ingredients are used)?

These questions have not been answered about party jollof rice and it does looks like it wouldn’t be answered anytime soon. But one thing is certain, no jollof rice can be compared to party jollof rice.

For Adesuwa and Temitope‘s special wedding day, it was free day of jollof rice for their family, friends and guests who were present to grace their wedding ceremony. Planned by Zapphire Events with decoration by Sara O Events, Nigerian-Ghanaian born, Adesuwa was the typical Edo and Yoruba bride as she dressed in the two native attires by Deola Sagoe creations for her traditional wedding.

Her traditional make up was done by Peace O Ibadin with her stunning hand fan made by Camaka Bespoke Pieces.

See photos by from Adesuwa and Temitope’s dope traditional wedding…

Hello World


Yoruba bride

Edo bride

The couple

Yoruba couple

Adesuwa and Temitope

Edo couple

Traditional couple

Photo Credit- Jide Odukoya Photography and Photography by Olumide 

From the Madivas team, we wish them a happy and fulfilled life together.

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