My dream wedding
Some people over the weekend saved themselves from the Nigerian type of stress and expenditure as they walked down the aisle without the usual fanfare and colour associated with Nigerian weddings.
The couple who did their wedding ceremony at Seventh-day Adventist Church, Ruuokwurusi, Port Harcourt, had no reception, bridal train, groomsmen, best man and chief bridesmaid. The ceremony was fast, smooth and seamless.
At the end of the service, all well wishers were given their food packs and they dispersed from the church to their homes. There are lots of lessons to be learnt from this. A lot of savings made. A very wise, realistic and practical wedding today. Food for thought for those of us who are planning weddings ahead.
I am not sure that not having a reception will stop the husband from impregnating his wife or hinder the wife from relocating to her husband’s house sha…
Her gown and smile looks delicious by the way…I might just pull this stunt if the association of Ogbomoso royal fathers allow me to do what I have always desired. I will invest my money in a powerful pepperdem gown, flawless makeup, awesome photography and planning a mind blowing honeymoon with the love of my life.
Nigerian type of stress and enormous deafening noise is not for me.