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BellaNaija Weddings presents Hyeladzira & Zira’s Enchanting Northern Wedding | #ZiraZira2017

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CEO of Blue Velvet Marquee, Hyeladzira got married to the love of her life, successful tech entrepreneur Zira in a series of beautiful ceremonies in Abuja. We featured her bridal shower last week, see it here.

BellaNaija Weddings presents Hyeladzira & Zira's Enchanting Northern Wedding | #ZiraZira2017

Every moment of this #ZiraZira2017 wedding was Pinterest worthy, from the decor by the bride’s company to her amazing dresses and the rest of the #AsoEbiBellas at the ceremonies (see their photos here).

BellaNaija Weddings wishes the couple a wonderful life as husband and wife. See the photos below.

Mother’s Night

White Wedding

Church Ceremony

Reception


Traditional Wedding

Venue; Bride’s Father’s House in Kaduna

A Traditional Dance

Originally from Adamawa, the bride Zira performed a traditional dance on this day. In the pictures below, you’ll see her grinding maize on a grinder (stone) used in the olden days. This is to show that she is able to take care of her husband and family. However, the groom and his friends have to spray money on the wrapper the bride is to walk on to get to the grinding stone.

Credits
Mothers Night
Venue &Decor: Blue Velvet Marquee & Decor | @bluevelvetmarquee
Dress: Huddayya | @hudayya
Makeup: Hermosa | @hermosaa_ng
Photos: Ejike Manny | @ejikemanny

White Wedding
Planner: The Planning Company | @the_planning_company
Church Wedding: ecwa wuse 2
Reception: International Conference Center, Abuja
Makeup: Oshewa Beauty | @Oshewabeauty
Hair: Tobbies Touch | @tobbiestouch
Groom and Groomsmen: Tiva Bespoke | @tiva_bespoke
1st Wedding Dress: Berta Bridal | @bertabridal
2nd Wedding Dress: Style Temple | @styletemple
Bridesmaids Dresses: (pink and white) Something Peridot | @peridotofficial, (black dresses) Diva Lukky | @divalukky
Decor: Blue Velvet Decor | @bluevelvetmarquee
Photo Area Design: Monarch Designs Limited | @monarchdl
Food: Classic Golden Pot | @classicgoldenpot, Festive Occasions | @festiveoccasionsltd and City View Restaurant
Cocktails: Cocktails In n Out | @cocktailsinandout, Mezra Cocktails | @mezracocktails
Desserts: Piped Desserts | @piped_, Le Rêve Patisserie by Chef Sey | @thecookieboxng
Photography: Cannon Photography | @thecannonphotography, Big H Studios | @bighweddings, George Okoro | @georgeokoro, Imagio Photography | @imagio_photography
Videography: Emmanuel Okolo | @papilonmexy
Lighting, Sound & Screens: Option A | @optionainternationalresources, Lets Talk Events | @letstalkevents
Fireworks, Confetti and Fog: @evententecture
Bouquet: Aralia by Nature | @araliabynature

Traditional Wedding
All 3 Outfits: Hudayya | @hudayya
Makeup: Fati Mamza |  @mamzabeauty
Decor: Blue Velvet Marquee | @bluevelvetmarquee
Light, Sound & Dj: Gabriel Uko | @ukogabriel
Small Chops: Carrot Abuja | @carrotabuja
Food: Amba Cakes | @ambacakesandcatering and Classic Golden Pot | @classicgoldenpot
Cocktails: Cocktails In n Out | @cocktailsinandout
Drinks: Picadilly Ventures

18 Comments

  1. B.s

    August 14, 2017 at 8:55 am

    Splendid!
    Breathtakingly beautuful!!
    Magnificent!!!
    May your union be everything you wish for and more.
    Happy married life #zirazira2017

  2. Ezinne

    August 14, 2017 at 9:09 am

    She’s so beautiful! Theres’s a peace about her… wow! You can’t help but love her even if you don’t love her

  3. Anon

    August 14, 2017 at 9:16 am

    Congrats to Zira and Zira. Marvellously beautiful.

  4. mulikat

    August 14, 2017 at 9:17 am

    beautiful norther naija christian marriage,nice dress, simple and elegant,God bless ur union.

  5. Rubby

    August 14, 2017 at 9:46 am

    Wow… Just wow.. Beautiful couple, wedding so classy and elegant.. Money well spent… OMG, even the bridesmaids so beautiful and elegant… Wow.. One of the best by far… May God Bless their Union

  6. zzzzzzzzzzz

    August 14, 2017 at 9:56 am

    Beautiful wedding

  7. Ewa

    August 14, 2017 at 10:27 am

    May God bless you union Sis…

  8. zeeeebby

    August 14, 2017 at 10:27 am

    Can someone please explain that grinding stone thing to me, it looks interesting

    • Mama

      August 14, 2017 at 12:36 pm

      I don’t know about the this culture specifically, but I’m guessing this is a day (or few days) after the wedding when she was taken to her in-laws home (her new home and family); she is supposed to show proof that she is a homely bride who can cook (her family is kind off showing her off to say ‘ we raised a good girl”). In some other northern cultures she’d be required to make tuwo, others require the bride and her friends to sweep the entire family home of their in-laws in the morning. So i’m guessing in this case she is attempting to grind the corn flour (which we all can see was already ground…lol). It is mostly just a formality. I may be wrong sha.

    • Mama

      August 14, 2017 at 12:38 pm

      Excuse the typos.

  9. R.R

    August 14, 2017 at 10:28 am

    Super magnificent, beautiful people.May the Lord bless you union.

  10. Mr.A

    August 14, 2017 at 12:15 pm

    Happy married life to the couple! Lovely pictures. Ahh the chief bridesmaid is fine, finished work! See prayer point.

  11. KRISTEN

    August 14, 2017 at 5:48 pm

    the wedding is so beautiful, bride and groom are so fine, congrats to them.

  12. LL

    August 14, 2017 at 8:04 pm

    Beautiful wedding. Beautiful couple. Miss my church! ?

  13. BijouxthisBijouxthat

    August 14, 2017 at 9:07 pm

    Wow!!! All her dresses were just très bellè!! I thought the pictures were never going to end.
    She has a very calm and serene look about her. Maybe because she is matured than most young brides who are featured here

  14. sugamama

    August 14, 2017 at 10:11 pm

    This is so beautiful.

    Hey BellaNaija Weddings, here’s an idea; a series on different marriage rites in Nigeria. Never knew about this maize thing until now, it’s also not clear what it signifies.
    So, how the Yorubas do it, any differences between people from Oyo and people from Ekiti. What the Itsekiri, Jaba and Idoma people do.
    Looking forward to it.

  15. daphne_647

    August 15, 2017 at 8:24 am

    hubba hubba
    who made thar wedding cake?

  16. stacy_kema

    August 15, 2017 at 1:20 pm

    Wow! everything about her speaks of class! her dress from beginning to end are soooo beautiful. wishing her a happy married life.

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