From now on call me Adaego. I have changed my ethnic group; I’m no longer Yoruba but Igbo. Ahah, one can’t even be in the country for at least a month without being harassed about not being able to speak the native language. Everywhere I go they expect me to speak Yoruba. It’s either they… Read More Stop making fun of those who can’t speak their native language
How do you ask for monetary gifts for your wedding? Confession time! Whenever I saw the phrase ‘What we’d really like is a monetary gifts’ on any wedding invitations I would snub it and wonder what kind of person would ask for money on their wedding invitation, surely if you don’t have money then you… Read More How Do You Ask For Monetary Gifts For Your Wedding?
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?
Soooooooo I need clarification ladies. By the way Happy Friday whoop whoop!! Basically, this whole Nigerian Traditional Wedding outfit change, how many times must one change? Is it customary for one to change outfits multiple times at the traditional ceremony? What if I don’t want to change, will I be looked down on? My introduction… Read More How many outfit changes do you have for your wedding?
Happy Sunday beautiful people. I’ve been so overwhelmed with date picking, I completely forgot the part where I’m meant to choose my bridesmaids. I mean, prior to the wedding Ive always had in mind who I would like on my train, but now that shit has become real…. it’s like hmmm really do I still… Read More How to pick Bridesmaids…..