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From Stealing Glances at Each Other to Forever Love! Novisi & Antonio’s Ghanaian Wedding Ceremony



What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear of a Ghanaian wedding? Yup, that’s so right, a kente fest and that’s exactly the beauty we see in Novisi and Antonio‘s traditional and white wedding in Ghana.

Lots of kente, lots of food and of course, lots of love. The beautiful couple Novisi and Antonio had an intimate traditional ceremony with their family and close friends. With few people in attendance, the couple showed us the beauty of the culture. Right after their traditional wedding which honestly was so intriguing, the couple went on to church for blessings. Every part of the ceremony was really filled with heartwarming moments, from the first look to the bridal party sharing a prayer together before heading to church and when it came to the reception, the couple definitely shows how to party and turn up. You know what, let’s just get into their wedding and the love story shared by the bride.

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How We Met
By the bride, Novisi

On my first day of National Service, I saw this HOT guy sitting with his friends during lunch.  I almost choked on my food when I first saw him, only to see him stealing glances at me as well! It all got exciting immediately even though I had told myself the office will never be a place to find love. I tried my best not to sit anywhere close to him during lunch break because I couldn’t help but stare at him all the time. All the avoidance techniques were going so well until I got a Skype message from him, asking me to come to see him for 10minutes.

We ended up talking for over an hour but we both had to get back to work so he asked that we talk after work. We spoke for over 4 hours and ended up leaving the office car park at midnight! He invited me to his sister’s birthday dinner party the next day but I panicked and gave an excuse. He then ignored me for a week and then later invited me to another family event.  I agreed to go this time, we shared a passionate kiss on our first date and then the story was magical thereafter.

Traditional Wedding

Bride’s Kente@pistisgh
Hair & Makeup(Trad)@finessebymaanaa
Bride’s Gown@pistisgh
Bride’s 2nd dress@fakor_m
Bride’s Hair & Makeup@mzl4wson
Groom & Groomsmen styling@the_walkingcloset
Groomsmen suit#danmortonsuits
Groom’s outfit(Trad)@chocolateclothesgh
Groom’s dad outfit(Trad)@urbangreygh
Engagement favors@nokwareskincare
Local bar@b3siabas_brew
Planning & coordination@redcarpeteventsbygabriella
Page boys suit & Boutonnieres@urbangreygh
Cocktail bar@themobilebar
Dance coordination@azontotwinsghint


  1. Papermoon

    January 16, 2019 at 12:52 pm

    Beautiful couple…. God bless you… Mawu ne yra mi

    • amet

      January 17, 2019 at 5:18 am

      Mawu ne yra wuha.

    • Papermoon

      January 17, 2019 at 12:00 pm

      Ne yra wo xa, akp3 sia……

  2. zzzzzzzzzzz

    January 16, 2019 at 3:13 pm


  3. anon

    January 16, 2019 at 3:38 pm

    I want Nigerian brides and MUA’s to study this bride. She had on makeup but she still looks like herself! Not all this over contouring mess and masquerade looking brides that we see in Nigeria! Congrats to this very classy and lovely looking couple. God bless your marriage…..

    • Jade edo babe

      January 17, 2019 at 9:57 pm

      [email protected]
      Trust naijas na, we do tins pass the inventor. Sometimes, when I see makeup on naija brides, I’m perturbed.
      I was a bridesmaid for my friend this holiday period. The makeup the artist packed on my face was enough to last me for a week. I washed, everything off and did it myself. Na so, the bride and artist vexed that my face wasn’t beat enough. Abeg, leave me alone. First of all, how do naija babes wear heavy makeup in the humid weather in naija with long brazilian wigs, melted, unblended, makeup. How? Chai, I hail una. I couldn’t stand makeup on my face, I had my hair up all throughout.

    • Nnenne

      January 18, 2019 at 5:30 am

      Nigerian and Ghanaian comparisms!
      Will it ever end? To think that we don’t even share common boundary..

    • Kwame Canada

      January 18, 2019 at 5:01 pm

      There is too much love among us, that is why there is always comparisem.

    • maame k

      February 4, 2019 at 4:21 pm

      @kwame canada lol very true ooo Ghana ni Nigeria foo dier y3 pe y3 ho asem

  4. Unicorn

    January 16, 2019 at 4:35 pm

    Beautiful bride and groom. Your offspring will be beautiful and handsome. Wishing you many years of a blissful marriage.


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