Ceremonies are held to celebrate a new life or in honour of a life well lived, for a graduation or a retirement, for a marriage or commitment. Communities hold ceremonies to reflect on events – events of historical and social significance. For those events that cause devastation or loss – ceremonies, simply help to heal.
A ceremony can help to show people they are united and that they belong which was the case of Anita and Olayemi when they got married in a regal and lavish wedding ceremony.
Styled by Lavish Bridal and dressed in stunning fully embellished yellow and silver aso oke by Bimmms alaso oke for her traditional wedding, Anita was a regal Yoruba bride in shoes by Rene Caovilla and purse by Velmas Accessories. Her jewelries were a creation from Branella Gems.
For her white wedding, Anita was a princess in the fairy tale wedding of her creation; she looked stunning in acballroom gown designed by herself, MsMakor. She was glammed up by BMPro and hair by Solange Hair and Beauty. Her bouquet were fresh flowers from the Flower Shop.
With joy and happiness in their hearts, Anita and Olayemi said their wedding vows with the presence of family, friends and well wishes. The wedding of Anita and Olayemi was planned by Exquisite Events with photography done by George Okoro weddings and Jide Odukoya photography.
See photos of their regal wedding below…
First traditional outfit
Second traditional outfit
Anita and her aso ebi girls
Anita and Olayemi
Anita and her girls
Olayemi and his men
Photo Credit- George Okoro weddings and Jide Odukoya photography
From the Madivas team, we wish them a happy married life.[mashshare text="This is my custom share text"]
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