A few years ago, I attended a wedding in Lagos and let’s just say… It was a very interesting wedding. There was an open bar at the reception with unlimited drinks; guests were drinking champagne like they were drinking water. At the after party guests were sooooo wasted they used the bottles to spray on… Read More Drunk Wedding MC ruined reception
I’m excited to get married; however one of my worries is when my family get back on the plane home. I know I’m going to cry like a big baby. I already know that the water works aren’t going to stop. I remember at my traditional wedding, the alaga told me to wave bye bye… Read More HELP – How do I deal with Homesickness in marriage?
I’m an only child and from very young age my mother has been very controlling of me. To the glory of God my mum has a political appointment which means she is wealthy and can afford quite a few things. I recently got engaged; my fiancé and I wanted to get married in 2018… Read More My Mum Thinks My Wedding Is Hers!
Who pays for what in a Yoruba wedding? I always hear it’s the bride’s family who shoulders the cost for the wedding. In reality though, I feel the family who has the larger crowd should pay for the majority of the wedding. Things have changed and people have moved on, the bride already loses her… Read More Who pays for what in a Yoruba wedding?
I was talking to a friend of mine who is getting married in September; she was ranting about one of her bridesmaids who she felt let down by. I found her story interesting so I stole it and I’m sharing it with you, read below: One of my bridesmaids just messaged me telling me… Read More My Bridesmaid Can’t Afford The Budget
Yaaay I feel a sense of achievement and pride when a bride to be asks to share her story on TNBO. Below is a story from her, she is getting married in October and wants to be kept anonymous but would love to get some advice from fellow brides… I’m having trouble with my husband’s… Read More When your mother-in-law becomes a nightmare