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Yes to Love! See Ibikuno & Ayoola’s Wedding in Port-Harcourt

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Love always wins! Today we are loving every bit of Ibikuno and Ayoola‘s wedding ceremonies. Each moment of their wedding ceremony will have you smiling in a moment

It started off with a  colourful traditional wedding in Port Harcourt fully displaying the Kalabari culture of the bride and the groom’s Yoruba culture. It was a beauty to see their cultures merge. For their white wedding,  #Ibkaylovestory couple went classic for their white wedding ceremony, romantic for their wedding reception. They had fun celebrating with their family and friends. There were a number of special moments you shouldn’t miss at this wedding.

Let’s head to church now….

 

Traditional Wedding

 

 

Credits

 

Bride:@kkbrix
Photography: @lucasugoweddings
Bridal styling: @lavish_bridal
Planner: @gleamzworldofevent
First Outfit: @tubo_
George@george_by_ruverodesigns
Second Outfit: @purplelago
Asooke: @bimmms24
Makeup: @alrosalhairtomakeupartistry
Hair: @theluxuryhair_
Eyelashes: @21stbeauty_ng
Hairstyling: @divasbypere
Neckpiece: @bhe_accesories
Gele styling: @chygele
Clutch: @ninashoes
Shoes@bhe_accessories
Decor: @ixorareception
Food:  @fifisfoodhouse
Hair (White wedding): @divasbypere
Robe:  @purplelagos
Dress: @aprilbykunbi
Planner:@gleamzworldofevents
Bouquet: @adelasflowers
Team:  @mauricecech @micah_cj

3 Comments

  1. Chichi

    April 7, 2020 at 3:27 pm

    I don’t think you posted enough pictures.

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  2. Patience

    April 13, 2020 at 6:09 pm

    I’m interested And I love it.

  3. Fleur

    April 14, 2020 at 3:02 am

    To the bride: You look so much like Sele Eradiri. I would think you were her child. OMG! the resemblance is much. COngrats.

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