- Ghanaian actress Kyeiwaa has held a bridal shower ahead of her white wedding
- Kyeiwaa and her husband, Michael Kissi Asare, are set to officially tie the knot on March 21, 2020
- A stunning video from the bridal shower has dropped
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With flashing smiles, Ghanaian actress Rose Mensah famed as kyeiwaa stood alongside her husband in stunning images following her bridal shower ahead of her white wedding ceremony.
Kyeiwaa and her husband, Micheal Kissi Asare, have just a week to pull off the wedding of their dreams which is slated for March 21, 2020
Ahead of the white wedding ceremony, Kyewaa held a bridal shower to set the tone for her upcoming nuptial.
With so much love from family and friends, the couple gleefully posed for the camera and images from their gorgeous party are already making rounds on social media.
Previously, YEN.com.gh reported that Kyeiwaa was captured in images beautifully styled in an orange-coloured outfit.
Kyeiwaa accessorised her looks with simple earrings and a small silver purse to match her glittering high heels.
Stunning images from the bridal shower show that Kyeiwaa and her husband, among many activities, had a cake cutting ceremony to complete the event.
The Kumawood actress was shot holding a cake with a broad smile.
A video has surfaced on social media following the successful bridal shower after a popular blogger shared the video online.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that while many kept fingers crossed in months of anticipation, rapper Medikal and actress Fella Makafui were joined together as husband and wife in a beautiful traditional wedding ceremony.
First videos and photo of Fella Makafui being styled for her traditional wedding ceremony with Medikal are rapidly hitting the internet.
The Ghanaian actress and entrepreneur was captured in full excitement with a male stylist as she sat for him to make her up for her long-awaited nuptial. Fella Makafui and Medikal are set to tie the knot today, Saturday, March 7, 2020, in a traditional wedding that has by far been quite private.
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