This was an awesome day for so many reasons, not least of all because Wale happens to be my brother in law, so it was fantastic to be able to be involved in his big day. Usually with traditional weddings in Nigeria (and a lot of white weddings too), things are often rushed and I don't get a chance to shoot more than one shot of the bride fully dressed. However, this time Isiwat made sure she got ready early enough so we were able to get some really lovely bridal and couple portraits. The couple started off with the Islamic Nikkah ceremony (my very first!), quick change of clothes and then it was full speed ahead into the Yoruba traditional ceremony. It was definitely a fun day with a fun couple who clearly belong together and I look forward to sharing more images with you from the white wedding soon. Enjoy! 🙂
Venue | Unilag Guesthouse
Make-up | Kunbi of Sitpretty Makeovers
Nigeria Wedding Photographer | Wani Olatunde
So if you are planning your wedding in Lagos or other parts of Nigeria and are looking for a photographer who can provide beautiful, modern and intimate coverage of your day, then drop me a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or via the contact form at the top of the website. I consider it a true honour to be able to celebrate my couples' love stories and I am totally invested in helping you have the most amazing day possible but don't just take my word for it, check out what previous WOP couples have to say over on my testimonials page and 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 and photography. Also be sure to sign up for the WOP Rockstars VIP Newsletter below (see the pretty pink box?) to be kept updated about all the latest giveaways and both wedding and photography tips.
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[...] so much fun. If you missed the last post, be sure to check out Wale and Isiwat aka Issy’s Nikkah and Yoruba traditional wedding right here. But now on to the white – this lovely couple tied the knot back in December and [...]
it so luvly
Thanks Shukurat 🙂