Posted June 24, 2014 11:02am
This article is based on the traditional marriage rites of Buruku Local Government, Mbagan, Mbaityo kindred Family of Inder Atim of Benue State.
Posted April 22, 2014 03:46pm
1. I see you, you see me.
Always meet with him/her in person (either before you make the booking, or if you have already booked them following telephone conversations then definitely meet before the day).
Posted April 1, 2014 02:50pm
First thing, call everyone and announce the news, you must be brimming with excitement. You are in the clouds.... Do we really want to talk about money, No! But we must, but not now, enjoy being engaged. Enjoy your moments in the limelight and relish the romantic spells, wondering how you are going to feel and look on your big day!!!!!!
Posted March 26, 2014 10:46am
Think finding a wedding venue on the island on a limited budget is a dream? Not a chance.
Posted February 25, 2014 05:38am
A typical Igbo traditional wedding has two different ceremonies:
Posted January 20, 2014 06:46am
He proposed and you said “YES!” and you can’t stop smiling. You're high on love and can't stop looking at that brand-new bling (if he proposed with a ring, more on that later). This is a very exciting and emotional time, and it is okay to just sit back and soak in the moment or/and jump straight into sharing the news with family and friends. Now's the time to start visiting wedding websites (hint hint) or buying wedding magazines and sharing the news with family and friends.
Posted January 15, 2014 01:35pm
Professionally recorded footage provide the best medium to 'relive' your wedding day. When it comes to selecting a videographer for your wedding (or other event) a lot of factors come into play to ensure you find the best fit. Here are 21 questions to ask before hiring
Posted December 17, 2013 06:04am
This piece is pretty much for the bride and groom as it is for the all people who want to stand before everyone and wish the couple well or give a funny anecdote. As the bride and groom, it is imperative to let your maid of honor and best man know you’re what you look out for and what to avoid. I have been a guest at a fair share of weddings and heard a good amount of toasts. It’s amazing (not in a great way) some of the things people say when they are under the influence of whatever.
Posted December 16, 2013 06:44am
Okay you have been chosen as the maid of honour. Seriously, being selected out of the long list of girlfriends to be the maid of honour is a huge honour. But, as the saying goes, with great honour comes great responsibility. You can bask in the ambience all you like, but you need to live up to your title in name and of course in action. Remember this is an exciting time for your friend, but also an extremely hectic and taxing time as well. It’s important that you prep well and make conscious effort to ensuring the sanity of your friend as she plans her wedding.
Posted December 5, 2013 04:38pm
Let's face it, these days hiring a wedding planner is not a luxury. Nigerian weddings and parties have so many moving parts that it's easy to get overwhelmed and miss the very essence of the wedding or party. Unfortunately, due to the relative 'ease' it takes to start a wedding planning business there are lots of 'quack' planners. We have compiled the a few tips to help you spot the fakes and save yourself the agony.