Opeyemi and Deji had their simple and classy wedding recently, they rocked blue and purple colored attire for their traditional wedding. Opeyemi, the bride looked gorgeous in her baby blue and purple aso-oke combo. With a flawless makeup and gele to match her looks. The bride worn two dresses for her white wedding, she looked glamorous especially in the second sequence designed pleated gown.
I love the green and yellow aso-ebi combo, the ore-Iyawo all looked fabulous in their various styles.
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The White Wedding
The Traditional Wedding
Advice for intending brides
Your hubby is not a piece of clay so please don’t enter the marriage thinking you can ‘mould’ him to your liking or taste because you can’t! Both of you have to adjust to each other’s ways and respect each other’s requirement for space. Don’t attempt to force him to act like you want him to act. Compatibility is a fostered trait; it cannot be forced. When you see couples who look very ‘compatible’, it is because they work at becoming compatible with what they have, not by attempting to create a whole new person out of each other. Always remember that men are very, very different creatures. Their minds and their hearts function according to the rules of an entirely different planet than ours! It is your job to find out where exactly their planet is and then build a pathway for the two of you to shuttle happily between these two planets, without attempting to move him to your planet or be forced to move to his. So in all I wish you the best.
We at Madivas are wishing them a prosperous married life.
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