Tag: african weddings

Kamdora Wedding: Complete Wedding Planning Checklist

Love, Sex and Relationships Weddings April 18, 2019 0 Comments

Wedding Planning Checklist Can’t believe it’s already the last month of the year. Wow! This year has gone by very quickly. December is here. For those who planned on being proposed to this year, do not worry, it can still happen. You have 2,678,400 Seconds, 44,640 Minutes, 744 Hours, 31 Days, and 5 weeks for it to happen. So hang…

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We Love How Stunning Fulani Brides Are!

Wedding Glam Weddings March 24, 2017 0 Comments

Fulani Brides are intriguing to me due to how they express their Northern Nigerian culture. Their multicultural heritage is expressed through their dressing and tribal art. Did you know that Fulani brides don’t only come from Nigeria? There are Fulani’s (aka Fula or Fulbe) from West Africa and North Central Africa. They are residents of Guinea, Mali, Niger, Cameroon, Central…

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How About An Emerald Green Kind of Nigerian Wedding?

Wedding Glam Weddings March 19, 2017 0 Comments

Emerald green is a shade of green I like very much on the colour palette. Of recent, have also started falling in love with the colour for a Nigerian wedding colour inspiration. The gemstone colour exudes sophistication, luxury and class. To be honest, when it comes to wedding planning I’m all about class and taste.  When it comes to emerald green,…

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17 Gorgeous Wedding Nails Art Perfect For The Big Day!

Wedding Glam Weddings March 18, 2017 2 Comments

So, it’s your wedding day and you have planned everything to be perfect/memorable including your wedding dress, shoe, venue, decor, cake,  food, drinks and others. However, how about your wedding nails? As the special guest of honour at your wedding, your wedding nails are also part of the side attraction. If you did not already know this, now you do. As…

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Oni Gele Brings Us Spectacular Wedding Glam Ready Traditional Nigerian Headgears!

Wedding Glam Weddings March 15, 2017 1 Comments

Oni Gele promotes the art of Nigerian Headgear tying. Tying Gele is something many Nigerian women struggle with including myself. While attending Nigerian parties with my mum who is excellent at tying Gele’s many people approached her to assist them to tie their gele. Nowadays, there are people like Oni Gele who are professionals at tying gele and charge people for this…

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