Ohimai Atafo‘s bridal and eveningwear label, MAI has been crafting bespoke wedding dresses for brides for the last few years. Beautiful brides including BN Bride, Omeyi Yangs (See Wedding Post Here), glowed in MAI on their respective wedding days.
MAI is launching Weddings by MAI with a very special event this weekend.
Here is a peek at what you can expect from Weddings by MAI.
Exclusively on BellaNaija.com
Renowned Nigerian designer, Mai Atafo, who is well-known for his clean-cut suits and red carpet dresses will host an invite-only launch of his wedding line, ‘Weddings By Mai’ on Sunday, July 31st 2011.
This tasteful production will replicate a formal wedding ceremony and will incorporate our favourite wedding traditions like the toast, the first dance and the toss of the wedding bouquet.
Fifteen brides and their bridal party will walk the runway serenaded by our special guest performers – Bez, Waje, Praiz, Chidinma, Yemi Alade and others.
Weddings By Mai will partner with BellaNaija, The Wedding Company, Newton & David, Cakes by Tosan, The Incubator and make-up maven, Banke Meshida-Lawal.
As a token of appreciation, Atafo will give away a N300, 000 wedding dress to the lucky lady who catches the wedding bouquet.
Tune into the Beat 99.9 FM, Inspiration 92.3 FM, Cool 96.9 FM and Rhythm 93.7 FM, next week for a chance to win an invite to this exclusive wedding soiree.
The Dream Wedding is supported by:
- Tunics by Ruru
- Evertop Concepts
- Chiavari Banquet Chair Rentals
- Liquid Kraft
- Kots Catering
- Minimum Favours
- Maid Of Nubia
- Audio Visual First
- DJ Top
- Debola Falana
- Ruby and Pink
- Just Colours
- Cytech Pro Sound
- Ene Maya
Women may rule the world but there will be 50 invited bachelors in attendance, so single ladies make sure you purchase your ‘Dream Wedding’ invites.
For information and invite inquiries, please call Noya on 0813.755.5204 and Dorcas, 0702.910.4311.
Ticket Price: N10,000
BN readers will receive a special discount, be sure to mention BellaNaija.com when you call!
Photography: Oladipo Oladapo