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How to Choose the Right Wedding Vendors & the Ones to Run Away From + Real Life Horror Stories! WATCH ‘Get Wedding Ready with Wura Manola’




Wura Manola Luxe_Get Wedding Ready_2016_VlogBN Bride Wura Manola of Manola Luxe is back with two new vlogs about an important wedding issue – finding your wedding vendors. They can make or break your wedding!

Top Tip

Follow the right wedding platforms like BellaNaija Weddings 🙂 – @bellanaijaweddings, etc.

Signs of a Good Wedding Vendor

  1. Getting in Touch on Time & General Eagerness
  2. Professionalism & Customer Service
  3. The Quality of Their Work
  4. Honesty … etc.

The Ones to Stay Away From

  1. Bad reviews
  2. Bad customer service … etc.

She also shares some horror stories like a makeup artist who cancelled a week before the wedding, and a bride who got an infection from a MUA’s dirty brushes ???  and more!

If you have a question you can email her [email protected]!

Watch Part 1!

Watch Part 2! – the horror stories start at 3:50!

Instagram: @GetWeddingReady & @WuraManola
Facebook: Get Wedding Ready with Wura Manola
Twitter: @Wura_Manola


  1. Traumatised

    September 6, 2016 at 5:11 am

    I DID NOT have the wedding of my dreams.
    Dress arrived 2 weeks before wedding and it was FUGLY so I had to rush and buy a dress.
    Make up artiste cancelled on me at the last minute,
    Photographer screwed up my photos,
    MIL insisted she will handle the cake and catering part and I ended up with a really ugly cake (as in it looked like molded eba covered with white clay),
    Guests did not get served any food (because caterer was doing I too know. All the food ended up back at home spoilt.
    Venue was too small. Only the drinks and the music worked out.
    At least I have the man of my dreams sha.

    • Biba

      September 8, 2016 at 4:57 pm

      sorry hun. Its great to know youre still positive after all of this. Happy Married Life, and may your marriage be a million times better than the wedding day

  2. Nene

    September 6, 2016 at 9:58 am

    Very good tips. This applies to a lot of things not just wedding vendors. My advice would be to stay away from the so called Instagram celebrities and celebrity vendors, designers, etc

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