Simple, Regal & Dashing – See How Uyi Owned All 3 of Her Intro & Trad Looks

No doubt, every bride wants to slay. One of the most beautiful things about weddings is seeing the bride come through as fabulous as ever. Stylish brides make slaying look like a piece of cake and they absolutely give us joy. So, when we see a stylish bride, it’s simply impossible to not fall in love!

For the gorgeous Uyi, we can say that style is second skin! The Edo beauty and the love of her life had their introduction and traditional wedding, and it was nothing short of beautiful. For these events, Uyi was a super stunning bride through and through. From her simple yet exquisite look for her trad to the elegance and radiance of her Edo traditional look and then dazzling for her second trad look… Uyi came fully prepared to deliver and she did!

Speaking to Uyi’s super creative stylist, Lavish Bridal on how these looks came to be, she had this to say:

Uyi is a very trusting bride! We enjoyed working with her. Her style is traditional, however our team put a new-age and refined spin to it.


Check out all 3 of Uyi’s stunning looks below:

First of all, introduction! You’ve just got to love how simple and yet utterly classy Uyi was.

According to her bridal stylist, Lavish Bridal, here’s a description of her intro look: She wanted to look traditional for demure, for her introduction look. So, we came off with the concept of aso-oke in Oleku style but instead pair it with an oversized headband as opposed to the typical Yoruba head tie. The baby blue color of her ensemble was also meticulously chosen to suit her skin tone.

Bride: @yosa_946 | Bridal styling@lavish_bridal | Planner: @etaleventsng | Makeup: @flawlessfacesbyjane | Aso-oke: @bisbodv | Hair: @tea.styles | Photography: @bedgepictures@crownfeathersphotography

Time for the traditional wedding and Uyi spoke pure style and royalty! 


According to her bridal stylist, Lavish Bridal, here’s a description of her second look: For her Edo look; Uyi wanted to be traditional and stand out! We picked elements from the Edo traditional bridal look make some elements larger than life and kept others simple.

Bride: @yosa_946 | Bridal stylist & Creative Director: @lavish_bridal | Planner: @etaleventsng | Edo look: @odiomimonet | Fabric: @foradorafabrics | Makeup: @flawlessfacesbyjane | Hairstylist & Okuku@tea.styles | Beads: @Kishyls | Shoes: @renecaovilla via @dpeelondonluxuryshopper | Photography: @bedgepictures



According to her bridal stylist, Lavish Bridal, here’s a description of her third look: For her Yoruba look, this chocolate ensemble with the unusual fabrication was just right for her. We ensured we glowed in this look as well.

Related Posts

No Comments

Leave a Reply