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Your Official Guide to Marrying An Ijaw Woman

You have found yourself an Ijaw woman? Congratulations!

5 Step Guide To Marrying a Hausa Girl

Hausa cultural marriages are primarily based on islamic rites, the nikkhai must precede all wedding cemerony.

Your Six Step Guide to Marrying a Tiv Benue Bride

This article is based on the traditional marriage rites of Buruku Local Government, Mbagan, Mbaityo kindred Family of Inder Atim of Benue State.  

Step 1

An Experts Guide to Choosing an MC by MC Timmy

 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).

Lagos: 6 Pocket Friendly Wedding Venues on the Island

Think finding a wedding venue on the island on a limited budget is a dream? Not a chance.

Igbo Traditional Wedding Guide

A typical Igbo traditional wedding has two different ceremonies:

You're Engaged. Now What?

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.

Do You Have a Wedding Emergency Kit?

Fact. Something always goes wrong at weddings...yes, something will go wrong at your wedding too...breathe. Relax, there's a lot you can do to reduce the chances of an epic fail. Your chief bridesmaid/best friend/'personal person'/planner absolutely MUST have a bridal emergency kit to safeguard against the multitudes of things that can go wrong. Here's a list of everything that must go in that list. Did we forget something? Let us know what's in your wedding emergency kit

PERSONAL HYGIENE

3 Step Guide to tying the knot at the Ikoyi Marriage Registry

There are two Federal Marriage Registries in Nigeria presently. The Federal Marriage Registry Abuja and the Federal Marriage Registry Lagos both under the Ministry of Interior.

We are zooming our lenses on The Federal Marriage Registry Ikoyi Lagos. We aim at providing you with a detailed guide/overview of pre-requisites and expectations when preparing to wed at the registry.

Ikoyi Registry Paperwork

Relevant paperwork needed to get married at Ikoyi Registry.

Included Forms

  • Notice of Marriage
  • Prohibited Degrees of Marriage
  • Affidavit on Application for Certificate

These forms are meant to serve as a guide only, as they may have been updated at the registry.