Ghanaian couple make grand entrance with dancers at wedding reception (video)

Ghanaian couple make grand entrance with dancers at wedding reception (video)

- Sesy & PY, a Ghanaian couple have dazzled with a magnificent entrance at their wedding reception

- A video of their wedding ceremony shows the couple being welcomed by dancers clad in white robes with wings as they make the entrance

- Sesy & PY tied the knot at Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City Accra in January 2020

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Modern white wedding ceremonies have been characterised by not just the luxury outfits, decorations and other expensive features but also well-choreographed dance moves.

In a recent video that has been shared online, Ghanaian couple, Sesy & PY, captivated many when they made a grand entrance to their wedding reception.

Sesy & PY got married over the weekend in January 2020 and cupped it up with a luxury wedding reception at the Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City Accra

Pulse Ghana reports that the quite private couple’s wedding ceremony witnessed a surprise musical appearances from the likes of Kwesi Arthur and QuaMina MP.

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However, what stood out and dazzled most people was the couple’s bridal party entrance.

Sesy & PY entered the reception grounds amid cheers from the guests as dancers made a danced to receive the couple.

A viral video that was sighted online, shows the couple being heralded into the reception by dancers who were clad in white robes with wings as guests clap at the sight.

Watch video below:

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