- Gospel minister Joe Mettle and Salomey Selassie Dzisa have finally tied the knot
- The wedding (both traditional and church) has been beautiful
- Mettle has also shown a unique fashion sense by opting for Ghana-made outfits and shoes for all the ceremonies
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Award-winning gospel singer, Joe Mettle has tied the knot with his beautiful fiancée, Salomey Selassie Dzisa.
As already reported by YEN.com.gh the couple's marriage ceremony started with a traditional marriage ceremony.
The traditional ceremony which came off on Thursday, August, 13, 2020, was followed by a wedding in church on Saturday, August 15, 2020.
For all such occasions, there is always a great display of fashion and Mettle, though very simple in his choice of fashion for the wedding, made a bold fashion statement.
For his special occasion, Joe Mettle decided to wear made in Ghana fashion throughout unlike many who prefer exotic fashion on such occasions.
While his wife expectedly wore a white gown in church, Joe Mettle chose not to wear a suit and tie as many would have expected but wore a beautiful kaftan.
At the reception, Mettle's wife wore another beautiful gown while the singer put on another fine kaftan.
Earlier at the traditional wedding, Mettle had also dazzled in a stylish kaftan made in a burgundy colour to match the kente outfit of his wife.
Apart from wearing made in Ghana clothes, Joe Mettle also chose locally manufactured shoes from Chaste Shoes.
Interestingly, the shoes of Mettle was customised with his photo embossed under the sole.
Meanwhile, the first couple dance video of Joe Mettle, and his wife, Salomey Sellasie Dzisa, arriving at their wedding reception has emerged on social media.
The Ghanaian gospel minister and his wife are seen arriving at their plush wedding reception in synchronised dance moves.
Joe Mettle and Salomey had their wedding reception at the Kempinski Hotel after their white wedding nuptials on Saturday, August 15, 2020
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