- The wedding photos of a couple, Ireti and Jesse, dressed in traditional attires have got Nigerians praising them on Facebook
- In the snaps, the couple wore their native clothes with pride as they struck different lovely poses
- Despite the fact that most people did not know the couple, many wished them well as they would a family
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A traditional wedding between a Nigerian lady, Ireti, and her 'oyinbo' lover, Jesse, has received much love on social media.
In the photos shared by Naija Wedding on Facebook, the man and his wife are dressed in Yoruba attires as Jesse wore what is popularly called agbada.
People said that their wedding's photography is a hallmark of beauty and elegance as messages of congratulations poured in for the couple.
In one of the snaps, the man struck a pose as if he were dancing as his wife is captured laughing at him.
Theirs reminds me of a brave dress style a Nigerian lady pulled off for her church wedding when she sewed an Ankara gown instead of using the traditional white ball or mermaid dress.
See their beautiful photos below:
As of the time of writing this report, the post has gathered close to 800 likes with tens of comments on Facebook.
YEN.com.gh compiled some of them below:
Olamijire Oluwoga said:
Udezue Linda Ifeoma said:
"Very Beautiful! Congratulations!"
Precious Nwokedi said:
"This will be me and him soon."
Ephraim Jemegbe said:
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that photos of a wedding train in all blue save for the bride in white gown surfaced online.
Izuchukwu Onyedibiemma Udokwu, the stylist, said that making the outfit was a personal one for him.
Izuchuwku revealed that a lot went into making the colour of the men-in-suits, bride and groom match. He stated that he would not make what he considers distasteful for others as a designer.
One of the snaps Izuchukwu shared on his Facebook page on Friday, April 23, showed the bride in a beautiful ball gown.
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