- A Ghanaian bride named Samantha has been married in a lavish wedding ceremony which many people would envy
- Samantha who had the wedding of her dreams did not arrive at the venue in a convoy but flew in a helicopter to the ground
- Apart from the flight in a helicopter, she also made a bold fashion statement by ditching the regular wedding gown for an 'ankara' dress
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Weddings and marriage ceremonies, in general, are special occasions that may happen once in the lifetime of individuals.
For this reason, many people do not spare any expense to have their dream weddings or marriage ceremonies.
One such person is a Ghanaian lady named Samantha who has had what could be considered as the dream wedding of many people.
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Flies to her wedding in a helicopter
Samantha who got married to her then-fiance, Charles, on Saturday, March 19, 2022, arrived at the marriage ceremony not only in a grand but an unconventional style.
In a rarely witnessed scenario in Ghana, she flew to the venue in a helicopter and was handed over to her husband by her father.
In a video sighted on Instagram, Samantha was seen being ushered out of the helicopter by her maidens right after it landed. Her father held her hand and gave it to the groom to carry on.
Watch the video of her arrival below:
Ankara wedding gown
As if the arrival in a helicopter was not eye-catching enough, Samantha made a bold fashion statement with her wedding gown.
Instead of wearing the widely-known white lacey material for weddings, her gown was made from a colourful African print material which is popularly known as ankara. She rocked the gown style.
Watch the bride's gown in the video below:
Businessman Kojo Jones marries in a lavish
In other news on weddings, Ghanaian businessman Emmanuel Kojo Jones-Mensah, simply known as Kojo Jones, has got married to his fiancee, Rachael Osei.
The marriage ceremony started with a traditional wedding held in the Ashanti regional capital of Kumasi.
First videos from the wedding which surfaced online showed it to be a kente-themed ceremony.
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