- A Nigerian woman identified as Reverence made a grand entrance into her wedding anniversary party in Warri, Delta state
- Reverence walked down the aisle in a giant inflatable balloon
- The beautiful woman got the idea from watching her children play with a balloon in the pool
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Being married for 10 years call for a beautiful celebration, hence, a 35-year old Nigerian event planner, Reverence, decided to celebrate her wedding anniversary in an impressive style.
To make the celebration an unforgettable experience for her and her guests, the beautiful woman decided to have an entrance that has never been done before.
Reverence then ordered a giant inflatable balloon from Dubai and paid over GHC 2,000 ($500) for it.
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On her big day, Reverence made her guests scream with excitement as she rolled into the hall in the huge ball. The beautiful event planner looked spectacular in the balloon as she happily danced to the aisle.
The party which took place in Warri, Delta state, got her friends and family surprised as none of them had seen a bride in a balloon.
Reverence told Metro UK that she got the idea for her entrance while watching her kids playing in the pool with a balloon. So, she started thinking of how a bride could make an entrance into her wedding in a balloon.
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a little bride and groom got married after they became adults. The bride identified as Brendaline said that God was involved in her story because she and her husband never imagined that such would happen.
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