Maryam & Ridwan’s breathtaking Nigerian Wedding took place on three continents, had 10 events, 100 vendors, and welcomed 2,000 guests!
Nigerian & Jamaican Wedding at Two Non-Traditional Venues in New Jersey
Featured in MunaLuchi Bride, Issue No. 26, this Nigerian & Jamaican wedding celebrates traditional customs at two non-traditional venues.
Multicultural Wedding Celebration in Florida
Haitian and Nigerian cultures collide in this beautiful two-part multicultural wedding celebration with a stunning dress and Igbo attire.
Ijeoma and Chima’s Nigerian Wedding in Atlanta
Ijeoma and Chima’s Nigerian wedding in Atlanta was full of laughter, happiness, tender moments, culture, and most importantly, love! Growing up, Ijeoma and Chima were family friends but didn’t reconnect until many years later. Once they did, they were inseparable, despite being in a long-distance relationship and living in separate cities. Our love and commitment […]
Two-day Nigerian and Cameroonian Wedding Celebration
Onyi and Rodrigue celebrated their love with a beautiful two-day wedding celebration that incorporated both their Nigerian and Cameroon roots! To celebrate their love and honor their cultures the couple dressed in traditional clothing and had a Nigerian DJ and Cameroonian DJ. Their MC helped them bring their Nigerian, Cameroon, and American guests together by […]
Yinka & Nitin’s 3 Ceremony Multicultural Wedding in Dallas, TX
When Yinka and Nitin spotted each other across the bar, it was an instant love connection. Yinka recalls, “It was a Wednesday, so the bar was closing a little early, and we decided to go to another spot together. We ended up going to three other spots together because we didn’t want our night to […]
Temidayo & Adebola’s Lavish Outdoor Wedding in Simi Valley, CA
Temi and Addie met as teenagers in 2007. They exchanged numbers, but nothing came of it. However, when they met again in 2011 at a friend’s 21st birthday party, there was an instant connection. After dating for several years, Addie proposed to Temi during a vacation on the island of Mauritius. Temi recalls, “one night […]
Gorgeous Traditional Nigerian and Western Wedding in Alabama
Even though Kourtney and Adeola both attended the same university they didn’t begin dating until after graduation. Sharing several mutual friends, they would see each other in passing from time to time, to which Kourtney admits to secretly having a crush on him. It would be a seemingly random weekend when Kourtney’s friend while DJ’ing […]
A Traditional Love: Festive Nigerian Wedding in Maryland
Toyin and Seyi’s traditional love story began at church with an instant connection. From the moment Seyi locked eyes with Toyin, he knew he found the woman that would ultimately become his bride and ever-lasting love. Brought together through a mutual friend, these two lovers knew it would become their fate to join each other […]
Grecian Inspired Wedding with Yoruba Traditions for College Sweethearts Agnes + Stephen in Houston, TX
Text by Demara White / As seen in the Fall/Winter Issue. Purchase a copy here. Upon laying eyes on Stephen, Agnes thought he was handsome – but, of course, she didn’t tell him that. Eventually, she spied him on campus again, and he asked her to hangout with him among a group of friends. But […]
Elegant Lavender & Gold Wedding in Houston, TX: Rozanna + Efemena
Some may call Rozanna and Efemena’s love story a coincidence, dumb luck or fate – but the couple know it was nothing more than a divine intervention from the heavens. One created by God, long before the two ever met. “Efemena (Efe) was born and raised in the Southwest side of Houston Texas in a neighborhood […]
Blush, Ivory & Gold Wedding in Houston, TX: Ogonna + Chiedu
Weddings can be the perfect place to meet a new man. The celebratory mood, coupled with the love in the air along with the blazing music makes the setting just right. Plus the bride and groom typically know the mystery guy so getting to know him could be easier with a little vouching from your […]