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Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by ibibiogrl: 10:28pm On Jun 30, 2011
Ibibio groom arrival

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by ibibiogrl: 10:29pm On Jun 30, 2011
Ibibio Bride arrival

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by ibibiogrl: 10:47pm On Jun 30, 2011
1. Ibibio mix with a little Igbo

2. Ibibio Couple

3-4. Ibibiobrides

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by ibibiogrl: 10:48pm On Jun 30, 2011
Ibibio and Edo

IbibioBride and Urhobo groom

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by ibibiogrl: 9:02pm On Jul 01, 2011
Igbo Bride

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by ibibiogrl: 9:04pm On Jul 01, 2011
More Igbo

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by ibibiogrl: 9:07pm On Jul 01, 2011
Kalabari-Ijaw bride

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by ibibiogrl: 9:09pm On Jul 01, 2011
Kalabari and Igbo

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by african1(f): 6:12am On Jul 02, 2011
THese pictures are soooooo beautiful. I love everything about themmmmm including the groom, there are some fine brothers. tongue tongue tongue
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by uchemummy(f): 12:58pm On Aug 12, 2011
nice pics.pls i need more pics cos am preparing for my traditional marriage.
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by onila(f): 3:07pm On Sep 24, 2011
Ijaw and Igbo

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by ijawgirl: 5:55pm On Sep 24, 2011
Ikwerre and Yoruba wedding
the lady is from Ikwerre/male-yoruba

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by ijawgirl: 6:20pm On Sep 24, 2011
more Ikwerre and yoruba wedding

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by anonymous6(f): 9:27am On Sep 30, 2011
beautiful thread Ileki Idi

beautiful pictures
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by yinkuze: 8:27am On Oct 28, 2011
cool
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Kunbee: 12:53am On Oct 29, 2011
Is that you? smiley
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by ceasyc(f): 12:11am On Jan 13, 2012
weddings
being a while

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by ceasyc(f): 12:17am On Jan 13, 2012
more
just had to add d pink one (white wedding)

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by chelseabmw(m): 9:19pm On Jan 16, 2012
I feel like getting married embarassed
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by anonymous6(f): 3:32pm On Jan 18, 2012
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Ivynwa(f): 8:28am On Jan 19, 2012
I love the way brides and grooms rock our traditional attires these days.

Great looking pictures we' ve got here.
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by adetunrayo(f): 4:42pm On Mar 21, 2012
Wao dis are too much
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by rabzy: 1:38pm On Mar 28, 2012
Ileke-IdI:


Huh?

What is this? IS the man marrying 3 wives @same time?

wink
Aaaaah, idi_ileke, how can you ask that. This is the normal yoruba style of bringing some covered women, most times sisters of the bride and one at a time and the groom is asked if this is the person he came to marry. It could be difficult for some guys to identify their wives when they are completely covered. Me i knew her with her legs, and of course she was more gorgeously dressed than the other impostors.
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by member58: 12:09am On Jun 12, 2012
edo - bini groom and urhobo bride

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Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by adetunrayo(f): 4:38pm On Jul 04, 2012
keep them coming
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Biggyd2: 5:09pm On Jul 17, 2012
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Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by spydeer(m): 6:56pm On Nov 24, 2013
Please oh, Forgive me for introducing me because almost all introductions are like bragging while interviews are like confession :I am Gaff Whyte a.k.a spyder in the internet and IT planet, a popographer, oh sorry i mean creative Photographer, noooo! Am not photographer, I think am Chocolate Paparazi, Videographer and Red Carpet host In Rivers State hood called Port Harcourt Sea tea...Check out this Gaff Multimedia wedding photography...[size=8pt][/size]...Ifeanyiwa weds Ogah Mark at Ndonni Village in Rivers State, After party followed immediately...I forgot the last sentence at home because him too heavy abeg...

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by tpia5: 8:15pm On Dec 09, 2013
ijaw_girl: more Ikwerre and yoruba wedding

is that funke akindele [with fan]?
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by tpia5: 8:16pm On Dec 09, 2013
onila: Ijaw and Igbo

se the oyibo is igbo and the wife ijaw, or vice versa?
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by tpia5: 8:16pm On Dec 09, 2013
interesting thread and pictures.
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by tpia5: 8:19pm On Dec 09, 2013
ezeagu:

This is an older already married lady, but as you can see her hair is long, and it seems like she's halved her hair and then plaited the two sections together to make it stand. That's long. These are the only pictures of women I have found from Old Calabar.



this lady looks somewhat mixed, even though she's not light.

her face dey fear me small sha.

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