Hey Divas,

Marriage is sacred in many ways. One of them is the vows. A vow is more than a promise. A vow is your word. Not to be taken lightly. We must consider deeply and know our hearts truly before we make take such a serious step in our lives.

That’s why the rings are so important. They are a daily, minute-by-minute reminder that we made such vows. That we felt so deeply we came to a place in our lives and our relationship with another human being that we were more than ready to give our vow.

Modernly, after marriage the wedding ring is worn on the hand on which it had been placed during the ceremony. By wearing rings on their fourth fingers, married spouses symbolically declare their life-long love for and fidelity to each other. This symbol has public utility, and is presently expected as a matter of tradition and etiquette, so much so that its absence is often interpreted as meaning that the person is single.

Slipping a wedding ring on Temi’s fourth finger of her left hand, Tobi took Temi out of the single-hood league to the married league. It was a show stopping wedding event planned by Stop Gap Events. Donning on the famous embellished aso oke by Bimmms alaso oke and beads, Temi was all smiles at her traditional wedding with Tobi.

With a glam team consisting of Ara bridals for the make up and Hair by Sleame for the hair styling, Temi was the golden girl in an off shoulder wedding gown by Elpismegalio.

See pictures by Obligato Creative Studio of Temi and Tobi’s wedding…

Temi and Tobi

Hello World

Yoruba bride

The couple

Edo bride

Temi and her glam team

First Dance

Bridal train

Temi and Tobi

Photo credit- Obligato Creative Studio and Ara Bridals

From the Madivas team, we wish them a happy married life.

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