It was such a wonderful event as the faces of the couple showed happiness and love throughout the occasion. Honestly, it is a dream come true, as they have continuously received facilitations since they tied the knot on the 29th of November 2016. You can read about how they met by clicking here.
The Bride first appeared on a white gown during the traditional marriage which took place at her hometown on the 28th of November.
During her first outing to the crowd, she was accompanied by the Gigida girls who assisted in selling eggs (one of the traditions of the Igbos).
At about 6pm on the 28th, single ladies who were friends of the Bride were lodged at a well-conditioned hotel for the Bridal Shower. The young girls were to put on a white dress with a Tiara as dress code for the night. Complexions of females at the Bridal shower ranged from Fair to Yellow to Brown and to Chocolate – they all looked lovely.
These young girls were extremely happy as they kept taking pictures upon pictures and uploading to their various social media platforms. The night ended with a splash of cake play and toast of well-prepared wine.
In the morning of the 29th of November, they headed to the church at about 10 am for the white wedding. The entire activity is summarized in these four sentences;
- They took their vows and answered YES I DO!
- They were blessed.
- They signed in agreement.
- They rejoiced happily.
With joy, the newly wed clearly stated that she has always been a wedding guest but now she is the Bride.
At www.somtochukwu.com, we wish the couple wisdom, knowledge and understanding throughout their marital life. Happy Married Life