Ash & Gbenga’s White Wedding in Apapa

So this is a way overdue post, so overdue in fact that this lovely couple just celebrated their one year anniversary but their day was so much fun, I just have to share. 🙂

Now if you’ve been following me for a while, you’ll remember that I took a year long hiatus from photography in 2011 as I was busy doing this and I definitely wanted to ease myself back in hoping that I hadn’t completely forgotten everything I knew about wedding photography in Nigeria. My pal and super awesome photographer, Dami of Duola’s gallery was kind enough to invite me to be a third shooter with herself and Babz of Babz Bamiro Photography and you can check out their images here and here.

Just a side note to mention that Dami has now moved to LA, so if you are looking for a wedding photographer in the States, then be sure to holla. She’s one talented lady. 🙂

This was another beautiful wedding – Ash and Gbenga are a good looking couple and remind me of Barbie and Ken (if Ken was black and Barbie was mixed race) and their bridal train was pretty hot too. All in all, they made our jobs very easy. I just wanted to share the quote that was on their wedding programme  because I thought it was quite beautiful:

“Today I marry my best friend, the one I laugh with, live for, dream with and love”

So if you are engaged or about to be engaged and are interested in working with me, then drop me a mail at wani@waniolatunde.com or via the contact form at the top of the website. While you are at it, why don’t you join me and the WOP rockstars on my facebook page – where we can chat about all things wedding, photography and life in general. Also be sure to sign up for the WOP Rockstars VIP Newsletter at the bottom of this post. I’ll be expecting you. 🙂

Ciao
Wani xxx

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  • Franklin Israel

    Hey, Awesome pictures.ReplyCancel

  • Yetunde Babaeko

    Very nice! Beautiful smiles well captured. Don’t know the couple, but after seeing this classy documentary I wished I had been there.ReplyCancel

  • Akara Ogheneworo

    You killed it Wani Olatunde Olajiga. Love this.ReplyCancel

  • Ehi Ujiagbe

    lovely…ReplyCancel

  • Adebayo Rotilu

    This is on point… You are now officially my oga… Nice picturesReplyCancel

  • Ibiyemi

    Gorgeous pictures Wani! Love the shot of the ladies legs.ReplyCancel

  • Wale Adenuga

    lovelyReplyCancel

  • Wani Olatunde Photography

    Thanks Franklin 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Wani Olatunde Photography

    Haha – thanks Yetunde Babaeko. They were a great crowd. ReplyCancel

  • Wani Olatunde Photography

    Haha – why thank you Mr O, I appreciate it. I’m glad you liked it 🙂 ReplyCancel

  • Wani Olatunde Photography

    Thanks Ehi Ujiagbe 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Wani Olatunde Photography

    Haha – thanks Adebayo…but you know I’m a girl right 😉ReplyCancel

  • Wani Olatunde Photography

    thanks Wale 🙂 ReplyCancel

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