Wednesday, 30 December 2015

Traditional Wedding Customs of EWE Tribe in Ghana

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One of Africa’s most exciting cultures is our traditional wedding custom and ceremony. These weddings are uniquely fashioned to suit the life of those that relate to such customs. Delicious foods, drinks and beautiful dancing style are also never left out. Most traditional weddings in Ghana are similar in one way or the other but with some variations depending on the tribe. 

Tuesday, 8 December 2015

3 Most Beautiful and Exciting Locations for Out-door Weddings in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria

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Jos the capital of Plateau state, is one of the most exquisite places in Nigeria. This land is blessed with gorgeous vegetation and topographical beauty, with breath taking scenery.

If you are looking for a once in a lifetime experience with nature or you are planning to hold an out-door wedding in a serene and cozy natural environment, look no further because we have 3 exquisite out-door locations in the heart of Jos central business districts, where you can relax, breath in fresh air and have friendly environment for children.

Friday, 30 October 2015

Love at First Sight! Photos From Motunrayo Abiola And Oluwagbemiga Adedayo Traditional Wedding

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MOTUNRAYO and OLUWAGBEMIGA traditional wedding ceremony was indeed a blast, the ceremony took place in Lagos state. The couple looked radiant, MOTUNRAYO was captivating, she looked flawless in her traditional bridal attire, her gele and wrapper was on point. The event venue was decorated with raffia material and the cake was awesome – it was baked in form of a traditional drum (which signified the culture and tradition of the people). OLUWAGBEMIGA is from Oyo State while MOTUNRAYO is from Ogun State.

Sunday, 25 October 2015

Photos-The Wedding Ceremony of Elisabeth Akanimo and Joshua Pwajok in JOS

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The wedding ceremony of Elisabeth Akanimo and Joshua pwajok   was one to be remembered for a long time. The wedding solemnization took place at Our Lady Fatima cathedral Jos, Plateau State. Not only was it a special day for the couple, but its one that unified the nation because the bride is from Cross river state, south-south Nigeria while the groom is from Plateau state, North central Nigeria.

Wednesday, 7 October 2015

Photos -Traditional Wedding Ceremony of Uchenna Nwogu and Chioma Akam

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The Traditional wedding ceremony of Uchenna Nwogu and Chioma Akam was indeed a unique one. Every one was ecstatic; the atmosphere was filled with glamour and razzmatazz. The colour of the day was Red, white and cream. The venue was distinctly decorated for a big occasion; the cake described the rich tradition of the people. The traditional Attire was original and deep rooted in the Igbo culture. It was indeed a day not to be forgotten in a hurry. 

Saturday, 3 October 2015

Tuesday, 15 September 2015

Bride Price List of Okrika Traditional Marriage Rite

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bride-price items
The Bride price List of Okrika Traditional Marriage is such a lengthy one but very affordable. Dowry Payment with Okrika people is an important aspect of their traditional marriage rites. A woman is only regarded as a married woman when her bride price is paid, she may have had other forms of marriages, but her marriage is only recognized when the man had done the necessary things by paying her bride price. Therefore, bride price payment ceremony is the most important segment in Okrika marriage customs. So for guys planning to marry an Okrika girl, this is what you should expect, please note that brideprice list is subject to change according to family customs and educational background of the bride.

Monday, 14 September 2015

Friday, 11 September 2015

Introduction ceremony of Urhobo People in Delta state, Nigeria

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Nigeria is blessed with enormous and rich traditions and cultural practice. Recently I witness the introduction ceremony of a friend; his fiancée is an Urhobo woman. The Urhobo people are from southern Nigeria, one of the major ethic groups in delta state. Today I will be brining to you a typical Urhobo marriage introduction ceremony; this is how it all went.


Wednesday, 26 August 2015

Traditional Wedding Made in Idoma-Land, Central Nigeria, Benue State

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In most cultures in Nigeria, traditional marriages are usually an arrangement between two families, some times this arrangement may not be the wishes of the two individuals involve. Education and civilisation is changing that norm gradually. Furthermore, in many Nigerian cultures, it is the man that pays the dowry or bride-price, invariably making him head of the family.


Wednesday, 5 August 2015

Wedding Menu: Food to Serve Guest In a Typical Igbo Traditional Wedding

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If you are planning to hold a typical Igbo traditional wedding and you don’t have any of this food on your menu then you have to think again. I have listed a few of them here. The Igbo people are socially and culturally unique, blessed with rich and nutritious food. The purpose of this post is to give you an idea of what is expected of you especially in the area of food. This will also help you on menu budgeting for dream Igbo wedding.

Tuesday, 4 August 2015

Traditional Wedding Rights and Process in Igede Land, Benue State Nigeria

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Marriage is the coming together of man and woman as husband and wife to be father and mother to any up-spring produced by their union. Marriage rights and tradition among the Igede people in Nigeria is unique, fill with rich cultural practises. Formerly Igede marriages come in different forms; Accompanying marriage, Elopement -running away with a bride and abduction (force marriage) catching a bride of the interest either from road or market before negotiating the marriage rights with her parent. Which ever the case maybe there must be gun firing, telling other intending suitors to keep away from her; the lady is officially somebody’s wife.

Wednesday, 1 July 2015

Thursday, 16 April 2015

Traditional Wedding Right of Isoko People in Delta State Nigeria

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THE FIRST VISIT
The groom to be and his family members (about 5 -10) visit the bride’s home to introduce and make known their intention to the brides parent. They mostly use words like, “we saw a beautiful flower or a she-goat and will want to take it along with us, sir we need your permission”.

Wednesday, 15 April 2015

Thursday, 9 April 2015

Dishes Commonly Served In Nigerian Wedding Parties Today

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Most Nigerians whether rich or poor loves ceremonies; house warning party, birthday and especially wedding ceremonies. For many people, the most important moment in a typical Nigerian wedding is the menu that will be served – So most wedding organizers take time to choose the kind of food and drinks that guests will love.
These days, our local dishes are gradually taking the lead on Nigerian wedding menu. In facts, these foods are one of the top reasons why people attend wedding at times.
Here are some of the foods commonly served in Nigerian wedding today.