Dear Mr. Sugar, I'm happily engaged to be married in a few months, but my friends and family aren't happy with my choice to get married so soon, the feel that we barely know each other and can't possibly be ready to get married. We've dated for about 4 months, and we're both a 100% sure we want to be married to each other so what's the problem?
In light of the recent scandals…I wanted to repost this with a few extras. Please, I beg you if you know someone caught up in this, please forward. The saddest thing about all these women coming forward to kiss(lie) and tell, is their complete lack of understanding of what they are doing to themselves and how they are trying to glamorize their poor choices…So I dey ask?
The Nigerian wedding industry is on fire! just when you think you know it all, something or someone new pops up. Right now the spotlight is on Posh Potties, they provide "uber" luxury mobile toilets for outdoor use.
We love Akpos Okudu's fresh take on bridal fashion, her use of patterned fabrics, 'mix and match' and bold flirty colours are just a few of the reasons. Our recent Q&A session with her tells a lot more.
Hi Mr. Sugar, my fiancé proposed recently, and I absolutely hate the ring. I know it sounds superficial, but if this is a ring I am supposed to be wearing for the rest of my life, shouldn't I at the very least LIKE the ring?
Zanzibar, an archipelago, is characterised by unspoilt beaches, exotic coral reefs, turquoise waters and, idyllic islands making it an excellent setting for, a laid back romantic vacation or if either of you choose, exhilarating water sports like snorkeling, scuba diving and, deep sea fishing.
Every family has its own rituals when it comes to weddings in Nigeria, even though a great part of it is motivated by tradition and culture. This also applies to tribes- with each tribe it’s a different ceremony or ritual. Though, the common language is love and unity-the coming together of two families…Amazing right!