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This Traditional Bridal Shoot will make You Fall in Love with the Beauty of Nigerian Culture

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In every culture, as unique as they may be, one thing is similar to all, especially when it comes to the attire, it speaks royalty and beauty. Of course, every bride wants all eyes on them and also want to look like the queen that they really are on their traditional wedding.

There are few ways to achieve this and major part of this, comes from the wedding dress, makeup, gele and all. So from the Yoruba bride to the Fulani bride-to-be, check out this traditional styled shoot.

This collaborative shoot was styled by Bridal Royale and beautifully captured by George Okoro. Now keep scrolling and see all the looks.

First off is the Yoruba bride:

Now, let’s see the Fulani look

For the Kanuri bride hoping to rock a peach lafaya:

Just in case peach is not your colour, check out this blue layafa:

For more wedding inspiration,

head over to www.bellanaijaweddings.com.

Knowing that a lot of Northern brides having a series of events, this wine and purple dresses are a pretty inspiration for the wedding dinner.

For the love of white dresses, check out this turbaned look and a complete bridal look:

Credits

Photography: @georgeokoro
Bridal stylist: @thebridalroyale
Jewellery: @bijou_dore

Yoruba Bride
Belle: @marii_ahmad
Aso Oke: @blackngoldfashion
Makeup: @rjtmakeuppro

Kanuri bride in peach layafa:
Belle: @hauwa_abdul
Lafaya: @aso_ebi_couture
Makeup: @bl_faces

Fulani Bride
Belle: @hanan_joda
Makeup: @ronaldthe7th
Attire: @blackngoldfashion
Hair: @solangehairandbeauty

Kanuri bride in Blue
Belle: @ameenabet:lloibr
Lafaya: @aso_ebi_couture
Makeup: @rjtmakeuppro

White wedding dress:
Dress: @annejacobofficial
Makeup; @rjtmakeuppro
Hair: @solangehairandbeauty
Belle: @iamrozae

White dress with turban:
Belle: @khareeeeey
Makeup: @bl_faces
Dress: @annejacobofficial

Wine dress:
Belle: @marii_ahmad
Dress: @_zavani
Makeup:  @rjtmakeuppro

6 Comments

  1. Odinaka George

    April 11, 2019 at 3:02 pm

    Beautiful Naija brides. But why is there no Igbo bride here?

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    • Emma

      April 13, 2019 at 12:13 pm

      So funny, if George okoro does the igbo bride, he feels his hausa/fulani friends will stop patronizing him, what a shame and he is igbo married to hausa though. Wonder shall never end. No mn can determine your progress. God will be God supreme. Judge yourself.

  2. Tami Okoro Dedeh

    April 11, 2019 at 5:21 pm

    I like the white one. I’m a tad disappointed my own tribe wasn’t represented though.

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  3. Chidinma

    April 11, 2019 at 7:17 pm

    BN, I am so disappointed that there was no representation of an Igbo bride. The Igbo’s got tradition too you know. Btw, lovely shoots.

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  4. John Basik

    April 11, 2019 at 10:32 pm

    Lovely

  5. Larz

    April 12, 2019 at 8:29 am

    No Igbo, Edo, Calabar, itsekiri, Ijaw, Tiv brides. You guys did not even try at all.

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