This luxury red-carpet style wedding is decked with elegance, class, and love. Yetunde and Osahon knew exactly how they wanted to celebrate their wedding and worked together to create their most memorable 3-day event. Incorporating their Nigerian heritage, they fused Nigerian traditions and Western wedding traditions in 3 different locations with an exclusively large guest list. Luxury at its finest!
The proposal took me by complete surprise. It was an ordinary yet gorgeous Sunday on August 29th 2010. My soon to be husband then took me to Fire Island (a beautiful beach) in Long Island. We walked down a long path and to the light house where he took me all the way to the top where you can see the whole ocean. He began talking about life and getting a bit emotional and he got one knee!
My wedding planning to be honest was excellent. We know exactly what we want and are able to make decisions without having to consult with everyone on the planet. I myself know exactly what I want, what I want to wear, how I want to look, what venue and etc. I picked my wedding dress in one day. I am such a busy person that its important to go straight to the point, have an idea before you make your decision and be content with the decisions you make.
VendorsBride shoes: Christian Louboutin Bride’s Dress: From Spain Bride’s Makeup & Gele: Segun Gele International Bride’s Veil: Handmade with double face Swarvoski crystals Grooms Suit: Christian Dior Grooms Shoes: Ferragammo Ceremony Location: Peddie Memorial Church Reception Venue: Westmount Country Club Photography: Fola Lawal Photography & Ovation Magazine (Nigeria); Videography: Charles Oni Videography (Atlanta) Florist: Westmount Country Club Florists All Stationery: (Nigeria) Cake: Palermo Bakery