The bride had a delightful tea party turned girls night out in Canary Wharf, London, where she changed 3 times, from a fabulous caped Valentino dress to a dress ready to party! Click here to relive all the fun moments.
This January, Majula and Seun tied the knot in a beach-side ceremony in her home country of Gambia at #Mase2016. The beautiful couple got introduced by a mutual friend and have never looked back since that fateful day.
We love this wedding because it was such a family affair! The bride’s mother made her two dresses – she owns a tailoring company Simply Tailored in London – and the bouquet she held when she married her sweetheart, while the bride herself planned the wedding, and both families did the decor.
As Majula was her own planner, she has this advice for intending couples –
My advice would be to get a wedding planner, we did all the planing ourselves and I must say I was pretty exhausted on the day. Please keep smiling on the big day, even if things are not going according to plan.”
BellaNaija Weddings wishes Majula and Seun a lifetime full of happiness.
Traditional Wedding Photos | by Abu Salami Photography
The bride says about her traditional wedding reception, “I wanted to incorporate some of my groom’s culture which is why I went for the Yoruba look despite the fact I’m Gambian. My maid of honour Khadijah Kebbeh threw the trad party for us. We actually didn’t have to lift a finger or spend a penny 🙂 Thanks Khadijah!”
Planner: The bride
Decor: Bride & Family
Food and Non-Alcoholic Beverages: Sheraton Gambia