– A Nigerian couple recently became husband and wife in a beautiful ceremony
– Photos and videos from the event have since surfaced online
– Popular saxophonist, Beejaysax, serenaded the lovebirds at the ceremony which was attended by family and friends
A Nigerian couple, Bunmi and Babatola, recently made their love official as they tied the knot in a lovely white wedding ceremony.
Popular saxophonist, Beejaysax, was present at the occasion where he did a good job of serenading the couple alongside the wedding guests in attendance.
The bride, Bunmi, looked every bit like an angel as she donned a beautiful lacey ball gown with a sweetheart-heart neckline.
Her groom, Babatola, dazzled in a white tuxedo. A video of the couple dancing was shared to comedian, Gbenga Adeyinka’s Instagram page.
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Instagram user, @joyousbam shared photos from their traditional wedding ceremony. In the photos, the couple is seen ceremoniously dressed in a mocha-coloured aso oke. In one of the photos, the couple prays for each other with Bunmi on her knees.
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Weddings are beautiful occasions to celebrate love and are also perhaps one of the best days in the lives of the couples, so they try to make it an unforgettable one.
A Nigerian man and his bride recently got internet users buzzing over their wedding photos that made the rounds on social media.
A number of Africans have no doubt accepted the western way of doing weddings and numerous couples have been known to dress in sharp suits and lovely dresses on their big day.
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Meanwhile, finalists of Ultimate Love NG season one, Chris Adah and Chris Obaoye, have actualised the purpose for going to the show which is not only to make people partners but see them get married.
It should be noted that the couple earlier announced that their wedding would be held on Saturday, December 26.
Photos and videos of the wedding are all over Twitter, giving people who could not attend the actual ceremony a rundown of how everything turned out.