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Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Pre-wedding dinner in Kampala Uganda_IMG_8663It was meant to be…

Today’s groom Yassah was the page boy at his bride Nadia‘s parents’ wedding. The Ugandan couple met when she moved back home after her university studies in the UK.Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_IMG_9407The beautiful bride Nadia is fondly known as ‘Black Kim K’ by her friends and on social media because of her curves.

The bride and groom honoured both their religions – he’s Muslim and she’s Christian, while celebrating their rich Ugandan culture. Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_5495They also infused Southern and West Africa by inviting the Soweto String Quartet and Burna Boy to perform at their wedding in Kampala and Johannesburg, while Lagos-based makeup artist Elaine Shobanjo of ShoMya did the bride’s makeup. Tevin Campbell also added an American flavour by serenading them during their first dance.

Here’s their love story and spectacular wedding!

BellaNaija Weddings wishes Nadia and Yassah a blessed and beautiful home.

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How We Met
by the bride, Nadia
Our families have always been close; my husband was a page boy at my parents’ wedding (I guess you can say us our union was fate!), however we only met as adults in 2012 when I moved back to Uganda from the UK after finishing my first degree, there was an instant connection between us.

The Proposal & Ring – special significance
We would prefer to keep the proposal details private- Its’ a special moment just between us two. I didn’t see it coming at all and the ring blew me away. The cut is perfect, and the ruby is special because it represents my birth stone and he knows how much I love horoscopes.

Wedding Day Tips

  • Enjoy your wedding day as much as possible, live in the moment! Don’t worry about anything just enjoy yourself.
  • I also advise brides to have backup shoes because you’ll be doing a lot of standing. No one sees your shoes through your dress, so the change won’t be noticed.

Wedding Highlight

  • The first dance was truly magical. Although there were 300 people around us, it felt like it was just us two in the room.
  • We both love 90s music, and are big fans of Tevin Campbell, so having him perform the song for our first dance was special.

Pre-Wedding Dinner | Photos by Owaraga

This was a dinner to celebrate our union before the Nikkah and white wedding, as well as receive a blessing from a priest (we wanted our union to be blessed by both our religions). After the blessing, guests had dinner and were entertained by the Soweto String QuartetNadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Pre-wedding dinner in Kampala Uganda_IMG_8667 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Pre-wedding dinner in Kampala Uganda_FG3A1688 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Pre-wedding dinner in Kampala Uganda_IMG_8665 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Pre-wedding dinner in Kampala Uganda_FG3A2053 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Pre-wedding dinner in Kampala Uganda_FG3A2070 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Pre-wedding dinner in Kampala Uganda_FG3A0284 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Pre-wedding dinner in Kampala Uganda_FG3A2547 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Pre-wedding dinner in Kampala Uganda_FG3A2550 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Pre-wedding dinner in Kampala Uganda_FG3A2273 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Pre-wedding dinner in Kampala Uganda_IMG_8663 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Pre-wedding dinner in Kampala Uganda_FG3A2049 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Pre-wedding dinner in Kampala Uganda_FG3A0209 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Pre-wedding dinner in Kampala Uganda_FG3A0175 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Pre-wedding dinner in Kampala Uganda_IMG_9379 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Pre-wedding dinner in Kampala Uganda_IMG_9377

Traditional Wedding | Photos by Mega Pix and Owaraga

This is called an O’kuhingira. It is where the bride introduces the groom to her family, and always takes place at the bride’s home. The groom identifies his wife, and the family of the bride officially hand her over to the groom’s family. There is traditional dancing and traditional entertainment.

The first outfit I wore was a gold traditional Bakiga outfit, I then changed into a maroon traditional Bakiga outfit. With both outfits I word head jewelry as well as earrings, and bracelets. In our culture a lot of jewelry is worn at the traditional wedding.Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_4656 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_4688 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_4702 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_5083 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_5077 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_5251 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_8625 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_8632 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_8629 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_8630 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_5213 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_5300 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_5331 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_5489 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_5495 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_5610 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_5615 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_5614 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_6277 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_6282 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_5627 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_8361 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_8503 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_8502 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_6620 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_6022 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_6288 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_8644 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_8645 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_traditional wedding in Kampala Uganda_IMG_8646

Nikkah Ceremony

This was a Muslim wedding for the marriage to be blessed in the groom’s religion. The first outfits we wore were gold and silver for the prayers. After the prayers there was a reception dinner and we changed into blue outfits. Guests were entertained by Steve Keys.Nadia and _Black Kim K_Ugandan Nikkah_04 Nadia and _Black Kim K_Ugandan Nikkah_02 Nadia and _Black Kim K_Ugandan Nikkah_03 Nadia and _Black Kim K_Ugandan Nikkah_01 Nadia and _Black Kim K_Ugandan Nikkah_1 Nadia and _Black Kim K_Ugandan Nikkah_06 Nadia and _Black Kim K_Ugandan Nikkah_07 Nadia and _Black Kim K_Ugandan Nikkah_2Nadia and _Black Kim K_Ugandan Nikkah_09

White Wedding

This was the last of our wedding celebrations, where we exchanged our vows and rings. The theme for the wedding was; elegance and class, and white and gold. I have always wanted an intimate wedding (300 people is very small in comparison to most Ugandan weddings which have about 600 people or more). I believe that weddings shouldn’t have everyone you know attend, but rather only close friends and family.

There was a ceremony of exchanging vows and rings followed by a pre-dinner cocktail, a reception dinner, and then an after-party. Guests were entertained by an orchestra at the ceremony, a jazz band, Gloria Bosman and Tevin Campbell at the dinner, and Burna Boy at the after party.

Watch the AMAZING Wedding Video by Verve Films!

~ White Wedding Photography: Adam HiltonNadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_(40) Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_(42) Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_(53) Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_(43) Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_IMG_9840 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_IMG_9405 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_IMG_9406 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_IMG_9028 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_IMG_9434 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_yj111 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_IMG_9437 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_y11 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_yjjhkljlk35 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_IMG_9389Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah Wedding Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_IMG_2260 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_IMG_9407 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_yjj97 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_(8) Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_IMG_9654 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_(22) Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_IMG_9675 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_IMG_9686 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_IMG_9548 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_yjjhk2 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_yjjhk30 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_yjjhk21 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_yjjhk26 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_IMG_9717 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_yjjhk3 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_yjjhk5 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_yjjhk7 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_yjjhk39 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_IMG_9705Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_(124) Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_yjjhkl8 Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_(121) Nadia Black Kim K and Yassah_Ugandan Wedding in Summer Place Johannesburg South Africa_yjjhkl39

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Wedding Info – Dates, Venues, Colours
Traditional Wedding: 8th July 2016 | Bride’s home in Kampala, Uganda | Maroon and Gold
Pre-Wedding Dinner: 9th July 2016 | Kampala Serena Hotel in Kampala, Uganda | Blue, Gold and Silver
Nikkah Ceremony: 10th July 2016 | Groom’s home in Kampala, Uganda
White Wedding: 16th July 2016 | Summer Place, Johannesburg, South Africa | White and Gold

Photography
Traditional Wedding: Mega Pix and Owaraga
Pre-Wedding Dinner: Owaraga
Nikkah: Mega Pix and Owaraga
White Wedding: Adam Hilton

Video
White Wedding: Verve Films

Wedding Attire
Pre-Wedding Dinner
Bride’s Dress: Sanyukta Shrestha silk dress with silk belt
Shoes: Jimmy Choo

Traditional Wedding
Bride and Bridesmaids: Anky Designers

Nikkah
Bride’s Dress: Adela Muganga

White Wedding
Bride’s Wedding Dress: Vera Wang Lillian Dress from Browns Bride
Bride’s Review: When I was searching for wedding dresses, I knew exactly what I was looking for; a simple strapless dress that would complement my figure. When I first tried on the Lilian dress I fell in love with it instantly. I loved the way it comfortably hugged my figure, and I loved the simple but elegant train.
Bride’s Reception Dress: Pronovias Bena Dress from Blush and Ivory Bridal in London
Bride’s Review: The fit of the dress was amazing and I loved how the train of the dress had a loop to attach to my hand, making movement for the first dance much easier.
Bride’s After-Party Dress: Gert-Johan Coetzee
Bride’s Review: Whereas I wanted to keep it simple with my wedding gowns, I wanted the party dress to be the complete opposite. I loved the beading and acrylic mirror work he did on the dress, I never wanted to take it off.
Wedding Shoes: Ceremony: Giuseppe Zanotti
Shoes for the first dance: Aruna Seth
Shoes for after-party: Stuart Weitzman
Groom and Groomsmen Tuxedos: George Diab
Bridesmaids’ custom rose gold sequin dresses: Ugandan designer Kwesh

Makeup & Hair
Traditional wedding, Pre Wedding dinner and Nikkah Ceremony
Makeup Artist: Mona Faces
Hair: Chris Damulira

White wedding Makeup artist: Elaine Shobanjo and Jennifer Okafor for Shomya
Hair: Chris Damulira

Vendors
Wedding Planner, Decor, Cake and Bouquets: By Word of Mouth South Africa
Traditional Wedding Cake: Kampala Serena
Traditional Wedding Decor: Décor Concepts and Design Uganda
Nikkah Decor: Wedding Niceties Uganda and Décor Concepts and Design Uganda
Wedding Invites and Stationery: Lily Young

60 Comments

  1. An Afrikan Butterfly

    August 19, 2016 at 12:42 pm

    They look great.
    Beautiful, very colourful wedding!

  2. ABC

    August 19, 2016 at 12:51 pm

    Beautiful people! Beautiful wedding! But why the name ‘Black Kim K’?

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    • Meena

      August 19, 2016 at 2:44 pm

      Lol, IKR! Now there are so many versions of Kim K; Dubai Kim K, China Kim K, Ghana Kim K and now Ugandan abi Black Kim K. And people say Kim K isn’t relevant.
      But…gorgeous couple! Bride is a 10! Groom is a fooooiiine piece of hot chocolate! Their kids will be soooo beautiful, my God!
      And their wedding? I no fit shout, abeg. Lavish but classy and exquisite. Easily one of the best weddings I’ve seen on Bellanaija

    • Debbie Ade

      August 19, 2016 at 7:21 pm

      You just echoed my thougts. Beautiful couple but why the Kim K name. They don’t look anything alike!

  3. Le coco

    August 19, 2016 at 12:52 pm

    Wow see money talking… dese ones na big man pikins…. see bride FINE.. see groom FINE.. ur kids will surely be stunners. the wedding was so elegant…. God bless you both

  4. Ajoke

    August 19, 2016 at 12:54 pm

    Waoooo. Cute couple.

  5. Anon

    August 19, 2016 at 12:55 pm

    Beautiful. She’s bodacious. Congrats.

  6. TeeTee

    August 19, 2016 at 12:56 pm

    Beautiful wedding. God bless your union!!

  7. beauty

    August 19, 2016 at 1:01 pm

    That’s a fine couple. But ain’t no party like a Lagos party sha.

    • Miss

      August 19, 2016 at 4:10 pm

      That ain’t Lagos though. And neither do they have any affiliation to it.

    • NationalSquirrel

      August 20, 2016 at 10:41 pm

      She does have affiliations to Lagos

    • Dee one

      August 24, 2016 at 5:50 am

      Maybe if you hadn’t been in such a hurry to reply then you would have understood the true meaning of beautys comment.

  8. X-Factor

    August 19, 2016 at 1:14 pm

    Beautiful! Congratulations!

  9. Majestic

    August 19, 2016 at 1:16 pm

    The wedding was a cultural event. They deserve a national holiday for that wedding. Happy married life to both of you.

  10. Great Lady

    August 19, 2016 at 1:36 pm

    My dream wedding.

  11. JustAsking

    August 19, 2016 at 1:57 pm

    are their parents politicians? – just curious

    Very beautiful wedding – beautiful couple

    • Tito

      August 19, 2016 at 2:50 pm

      Bride’s father is the richest black man in Uganda and the groom’s father is also some prominent Ugandan

    • Blackkimk

      August 19, 2016 at 3:44 pm

      Her dad; Charles Mbire is a businessman and one of the richest men in Uganda, not sure about the groom.
      Nadia has come a long way and has really grown into a beautiful young lady, I remember how she used to tension people on Twitter lmao. God bless your marriage the original Blackkimk!!!

    • NationalSquirrel

      August 20, 2016 at 10:40 pm

      He’s actually Uganda’s richest, and Mbire is the M in MTN. #mOneyBag

    • Bella

      August 20, 2016 at 12:45 am

      No! well don’t know anything about the groom family but the bride’s father is known as a parter in MtN UG.

  12. uganda here we come

    August 19, 2016 at 2:25 pm

    Nigerian guys, over to Uganda

    lets leave naija girls to be doing feminishit

    • NationalSquirrel

      August 21, 2016 at 7:06 pm

      LOL I will have you know they’re very feminist, them east african women. She put her foolish nigerian ex in his rightful low stool before she dumped his useless ass.
      But go and learn. Nigerian men kuku learn their lesson with foreign broads.

  13. Bumblebee

    August 19, 2016 at 2:32 pm

    Lovely photos! Beautiful couple and ceremony! May God bless their union and grant them a great life together.

  14. Sharon Ifeoma

    August 19, 2016 at 2:45 pm

    Awww beautiful people ….. Congratulations guys.

  15. Kezhia

    August 19, 2016 at 2:54 pm

    Black Kim K??

    • NationalSquirrel

      August 20, 2016 at 10:39 pm

      Is it paining you?

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  16. Anonymous

    August 19, 2016 at 2:59 pm

    Aww chucks!! they scooped my wedding venue. As soon as i saw the pictures i knew it was the Serena Hotel. Anyways the one in Entebbe is significantly, more beautiful with the gazebo by the lake. Uganda is truly a beautiful country. I am definitely taking my Nigerian crowd there.

  17. Class not trash

    August 19, 2016 at 3:22 pm

    Now this is what you call class! Not one of those
    over the top 2,000 people weddings with tacky decorations. Class and elegance indeed!

    • Abk

      August 19, 2016 at 8:09 pm

      Different strokes for different folks! Although I’m not married yet, people have 20 guests, 200 guests or even thousands of guests. That the guests are more or less, doesn’t make it trashy or classy. Do you!

      Happy Married life to the couple. May God bless your Union.

    • Class not trash

      August 20, 2016 at 6:45 am

      I’m just saying that most peeps focus on having so many people and ends up looking like a market place, also read again- I said that there was no tacky decorations like I’ve seen at most Ugandan weddings. Ugandans like all that bling bling crap mbu glitter, OTT stuff that make weddings look cheap. This one was classy

    • Belema

      August 19, 2016 at 8:35 pm

      Having 20 guests, 50 guests, 100 guests, 500 guests, 1000 guests; has nothing to do with trash or class. It’s all about individual preference. BN, good luck to approving comments and deleting them afterwards.

      Happy Married Life Nadia & Yassah!

  18. Folake

    August 19, 2016 at 3:34 pm

    Wow wow wow but what happened to Tevin Campbell

    • Miss Anonymous

      August 20, 2016 at 4:52 pm

      I know!!!! @ Tevin

  19. ATL's finest

    August 19, 2016 at 5:34 pm

    I mean I don’t know about the name black Kim K but their wedding is beautiful, she favors Vivica A. Fox a little bit. Great Decorations. Lovely outfits – I LOVE their grad attire.

    • Iris

      August 19, 2016 at 8:05 pm

      I’m actually kind of offended on her behalf even though it is a nickname. You have to respect Kim K’s hustle though. Being great is being able to purchase body parts and then have people with those natural body parts named after you.

    • Abk

      August 19, 2016 at 8:14 pm

      I don’t think it’s a nickname, per say. She actually gave herself that name when she used to tension people on Twitter 2-3 years ago.

  20. Dee

    August 19, 2016 at 5:43 pm

    Beautiful and classy.

  21. Obi

    August 19, 2016 at 5:48 pm

    So y’all wont talk about how hot that bride is……..

  22. Mimi Festus

    August 19, 2016 at 7:22 pm

    This is gorgeous, the traditional bits kinda looks like an indian themed wedding. But wait a minuite, ugandian ladies are blessed with some killer hips!

    • le coco

      August 20, 2016 at 7:07 am

      There used to be a lot of Indians n Uganda during the times of idi am in.. I’m not sure if they r still so many.. but I guess they just picked up some cultural things..

    • Ugandan pride

      August 21, 2016 at 10:25 pm

      No Indian affiliation, though they are similar. Its just the tribal wear for the Bakiga, other tribes in western Uganda adorn similar wear.

  23. mulikat

    August 19, 2016 at 8:14 pm

    Cong,Beautiful,bride more natural beauty than Kim .K all fake body,this is beautiful and handsome groom,just look at this muslim marry christian,they did both religion marriage,just like most of we yoruba do, Church,Nikkia and Traditional marriage and live peaceful,may God bless ur union.Folake nothing happen to Tevin Campbell,he is older now,look same as b4, he look like fulani man, even deep inside pot of food never fat.

    • memima

      August 20, 2016 at 2:32 pm

      so what happens in the household with different religion ? do the kids become Muslim or christain ? just curious

    • Bella

      August 21, 2016 at 2:05 am

      Lol had some question.

  24. Coola

    August 19, 2016 at 8:31 pm

    She was always gyming before the wedding so I don’t know why it seems like she even gained more weight on her wedding day. I guess na enjoyment cause am!

    • Grace Musoke

      August 20, 2016 at 7:03 am

      Coola plz gerrr outta here. If she lose too much weight you’ll come and make noise and say she is too thin. She looks great! That waist to hip ratio is mad. Beautiful bride and groom May God bless them on their journey

  25. Kim K

    August 19, 2016 at 8:32 pm

    this bride is a stunner… beautiful, curvy… I can’t help but think that if this babe were a Nigerian some ppl would be shouting that she shld lose weight….

  26. Shellyb

    August 19, 2016 at 9:13 pm

    Very beautiful wedding. The color scheme and theme is very lovely. Also, the makeup artist did a very good job with the bride and the bridesmaids. Beautiful all around.

  27. Rose

    August 19, 2016 at 9:22 pm

    Black Kim K? Lol the irony considering her curves are natural unlike like a certain mrs West!
    Beautiful bride and handsome groom.

  28. adeolu

    August 20, 2016 at 7:06 am

    Hmmmmmm this is really an epic wedding. I wonder how many month was used to prepare for thsi

  29. Cecile

    August 20, 2016 at 4:10 pm

    Stand up Uganda! Proud to have my homegals do featured here…elegant & classy affair with an outrageous budget. No, parents are not politicians but business tycoons. Yes, Uganda has diverse cultures with ethnic groups with different traditional wear, Indian influence minor. Kimk is an abbreviation of the bride’s name, if I stand to be corrected.

    • Bella

      August 21, 2016 at 1:59 am

      Cecile you are wrong, her full names are Nadia Mbire. Black Kimk has nothing to do with here real name.

  30. NationalSquirrel

    August 20, 2016 at 10:35 pm

    Is it paining you?

  31. NationalSquirrel

    August 20, 2016 at 10:49 pm

    By the way bride’s mum looks bad ass in her iro and buba doe! She works for the UN in abuja, nice that she took a piece of our culture with her

  32. onyole

    August 21, 2016 at 3:11 am

    Luvvvv her Body, Am Sick of skinny Brides. The groom is cuteeeeeee. I guess he loves some flesh on his girl. Congrats Guys.

  33. NationalSquirrel

    August 21, 2016 at 9:37 am

    Bella naija you better post my comment if you want to make money like Linda Ikeji
    I don’t care who was your friend in A hall.

    Stephanie Mayaki was the hoe that cost her her last relationship

  34. NationalSquirrel

    August 21, 2016 at 9:39 am

    Congrats Nadia. I clearly missed out.
    Thandi is all grown up and looks gorgeous.
    I see Annabelle looking gorgeous too
    You deserve the love you have
    In your face Dunmola! Fxck boys are losing out in 2016
    Just like Ciara met her Russell after future, got replaced that dirt bag with Yassah as soon as u moved back home
    Shame on Stef Mayakie too.

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  35. Miss Mo

    August 23, 2016 at 2:17 am

    What a breath of fresh air. Lovely and detailed wedding. HML to the couple.

  36. UgandanLove

    February 20, 2017 at 2:37 pm

    Beautiful couple……Blessings

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