- A Wakanda-themed wedding has been held for 12 couples at Atlanta at no cost to any of them
- Apart from the wedding, which was themed “A Wedding in Wakanda" being completely free, the couples were encouraged to wear African inspired garments
- The senior pastor at the church where the ceremony was held said he wanted to eliminate the financial burden of organizing weddings for
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12 couples at a metro Atlanta Church had a Wakanda-themed mass wedding that was inspired by the Marvel movie, ‘Black Panther’ fully sponsored for them on February 16, 2020.
Nsuri.com confirms that the couples were literally guests at their own wedding as all the wedding expenses were at no cost to any of the couples.
To give the mass wedding a vivid Wakanda touch, the New Birth church where the grand event took place encouraged the couples to wear African inspired garments.
See photos of the beautiful mass wedding below:
See photos of the wedding below:
According to the New Birth senior pastor, Jamal Harrison Bryant, he was inspired to organize such an unprecedented wedding ceremony wants by his desire to remove financial burdens associated with weddings.
“We wanted to remove the financial barriers that would burden or even deter couples from having a wedding ceremony,” said the senior pastor.
At the ceremony that was dubbed “A Wedding in Wakanda", the pastor further indicated that weddings need to be more about the couple’s commitment to each other than themselves.
According to him, his hope is that the couples would imbibe this lesson given the nature of the wedding ceremony that was held for them.
In other news, stunning pictures of a never-seen-before hairstyle have caused a massive stir on social media as many people have been stunned by the creativity.
YEN.com.gh sighted the pictures on the official social media handle of Facts and Truths in where it was indicated that the hairstyle had caught the admiration of all.
The hair was made up of flat circular weaves that appear packed on one another as though they were simply put there and could be removed loosely.
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