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Ladies, read this You try to control everything: If you take over everything, you never give your man the opportunity to “do his thing”. This sends him a silent message that you have no faith in him and you don’t trust him. Why should he trust you if you don’t trust him? Trust is learned and earned Read more ..
The breakdown of Yoruba Traditional Wedding with pictures illustrations, hope it helps Yoruba traditional wedding as two stages – The introduction ceremony The engagement ceremony. The Introduction Ceremony The first stage is the introduction ceremony which is a simple formal ceremony of the bride and groom’s family members officially getting to know each other. The groom’s family will delegate Read more ..
Wedding band is something you have to able to cherish for years so picking the right wedding band is highly needed. That is why we are posting this article by Jessica Zaleski 1. Narrow Down Your Choices Since this is one of the few pieces—if not the only piece—of jewelry you’ll shop for together and Read more ..
Eru Iyawo is one of the most questions people ask about Yoruba Wedding, so we are here to give the full breakdown of Eru Iyawo and hope it helps. According to Yoruba tradition, getting married is much more than wearing Aso-Oke, Aso-Ebi and all those fun things. It is a tradition that both families have Read more ..
Their beautiful love story by groom…. I met Adebisi in church. She used to serve in the choir. She is a strong, energetic, loving and caring beauty. I was also a member of the choir. In a short while we became friends and I made frequent visits to her house. There was a time during my Read more ..