- Stunning wedding photos of an interracial couple have been shared online
- The groom, Martin, is from Norway and the bride, Bernice, is a Ghanaian
- Their customary and white wedding photos are gaining attention online
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Gorgeous wedding photos of an interracial couple rocking tradition Ghanaian attires have recently been splashed online.
Martin, from Norway and Bernice, a Ghanaian, tied the knot at a beautiful ceremony and stunning photos from the blissful nuptial have been spotted on social media.
The interracial couple were captured in their impressive traditional wears glowing with smiles.
The bride, Bernice, wore a regal and colourful kente cloth with lovely domestically made beads for their traditional wedding.
Bernice was pictured full of excitement as she donned her royal green kente cloth.
The groom added his all white attire styled with pieces of kente to highlight their beautiful wedding colours
In one of the stunning pictures, Martin held a hand of Bernice as he placed a kiss on her.
For their white wedding, Bernice donned a strapless gown embellished with simple designs for the ceremony.
Martin rocked a cream suit over long black trousers which co-ordinated perfectly and harmoniously with the bride's white gown
The groom and bride wore perfectly tailored attires that complimented their colours.
Slide to view photos of interracial couple, Martin and Bernice.
In another story, a young Ghanaian father identified Frimpong Akwasi has shared gorgeous images with his Caucasian wife and little princess to mark their marriage anniversary. After successfully attaining a significant milestone in their marriage life, the proud Ghanaian father posed with his daughter, Ashanti, and Caucasian wife.
The interracial couple and their gorgeous daughter were glowing with smiles in the stunning visuals which he splashed on his twitter handle.
In the breathtaking images, the pair were pictured beaming with infectious smiles for the camera as they posed to capture the momentous day since they tied the knot.
Akwasi wore a simple short-sleeve top over a long jeans while his wife and daughter donned matching apparels with their lovely skirts made with Ghanaian dashiki.
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