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This Couple’s Traditional Wedding will Have You Saying “Igbo Kwenu”!

Ekene and Ajaeze had a breathtaking pre-wedding shoot in Greece. Now, their traditional wedding ceremony is giving us feel good vibes. Talk about fun and a beautiful showcase of their culture. This ceremony was lit and trust us, you definitely would love to see it.

Just after their traditional ceremony, the couple had their white ceremony in the largest aquarium in the world and it was all shades of amazing. See their full white wedding feature here.

We are curious, why the masks?

Ajaeze’s mask is a symbol of ownership, taking control of your life and not allowing other peoples views and opinions influence the way you live your life. Although the mask had no significant meaning in regards to the actual wedding it is Ajaeze’s trademark look.  –Ekene

Together as a couple, they have built The ISEKOlife Movement which is a lifestyle brand that encourages financial freedom, experiencing the world through travelling, happiness, love, and wisdom through hard work and unity.

She found her man!

Time for the third look.

We would end this  feature with the couple’s favourite quote which says, “You never know when Love will strike, but when it does, it is absolutely beautiful.”

Credits
Bride: @Ekene._
Groom: @Unocaasi
Wedding Planner: @pmbkevents
Photography: @Joshua_dwain
Makeup: @yayabeatsface
Hair: @jbarneshair_
Asoebi: @chudiscoo
Asooke: @fabriq_star
Blue Outfit: @tope_fnr
Silver Outfit: @george_by_ruverodesigns
Groom’s outfit: @jkrunkcouture
Cultural Consultant: @amakemist

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    Ani
    October 20, 2018 at 12:51 PM

    I thought the same about the veil. Igbos dont do that. It was a beautiful wedding though, one of the few I’ve seen done properly in the US

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    Rani
    October 18, 2018 at 3:20 PM

    Nice pics. Diaspora wedding,who says Igbo marriage must be in the villa! Come and see. Don’t dig the mask though,whatever it means. And since when did Igbo brides start using veils in traditional marriage setting?…very

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