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Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 6:59pm On Jul 15, 2010
@cutley

OMG, where are you getting those lovely pics shocked shocked shocked

Beautifullllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll kiss kiss kiss kiss


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“I’M DIFFERENT, I CAN’T BASE WHAT I’M GONNA BE OFF OF WHAT EVERYBODY ISN’T.”~Jay-Z . 
It sounds Utopian to think that every wedding in Naija is super colourful and glamourous, the point is that  I see folks wed every Saturday and  something tells me that it is an average wedding or  "abi I no try wedding"  The impression that every Naija woman deserves a star studded wedding is a figment of imagination that is being stretched to infinity or unless she's got money to support it. I believe that a friend who asked me for N20,000 to support his wedding is also not in sync with Naija  reality and so is his wife who married him for not throwing  a wedding they could not afford. Maybe the logo for Naija wedding is marry me today. throw a big wedding tomorrow , go broke after and I will dump backside.
ROTFLMAO!!! grin grin grin You right tho

I THINK YOU'RE VEXING BECAUSE IF YOUR GIRL SEES THIS, YOU KNOW YOU'LL BE PAYING BIG.

Of course not every Nigerian women is going to get a glam wedding, 80% of us on this thread are just dreaming. Allow it  wink
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 7:01pm On Jul 15, 2010
But come o, where are these beautiful Nigerian women coming from.


I thought Nigerian men say we're ugly?
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by moremi2008(m): 11:18pm On Jul 15, 2010
How much does it cost to throw weddings as glam as this? I hear different estimates ranging from NGN 5 - 30 million. What's the realistic budget? Nothing too outlandish, just a typical glamorous wedding that looks as nice as these ones?
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by dayokanu(m): 11:50pm On Jul 15, 2010
Ileke-IdI:

But come o, where are these beautiful Nigerian women coming from.


I thought Nigerian men say we're ugly?

They are not from Ekiti.

And most of them are picasso painted like spikedcylinder said
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 12:56am On Jul 16, 2010
Ileke-IdI:

@cutley

OMG, where are you getting those lovely pics shocked shocked shocked

Beautifullllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll
kiss kiss kiss kiss

ROTFLMAO!!! grin grin grin You right tho

I THINK YOU'RE VEXING BECAUSE IF YOUR GIRL SEES THIS, YOU KNOW YOU'LL BE PAYING BIG.

Of course not every Nigerian women is going to get a glam wedding, 80% of us on this thread are just dreaming. Allow it  wink


Tanx!


Ileke-IdI:

But come o, where are these beautiful Nigerian women coming from.


I thought Nigerian men say we're ugly?

So u actually pay attention when they rant? lol!

moremi2008:

How much does it cost to throw weddings as glam as this? I hear different estimates ranging from NGN 5 - 30 million. What's the realistic budget? Nothing too outlandish, just a typical glamorous wedding that looks as nice as these ones?

Hmm, dats very far 4rm d truth,

A blatant lie I tell u!

The bride in question is glamourized,

Peeps buy the aso-ebi and sew it out of their own pocket!

If u want an indoor celebration, rent a hall and decorate it.

How much does it cost to get drinks, kola, palm wine, garden eggs, I don't think that much!

In my opinion, the ceremony will cost more, if u marry eastern or south south ladies, u know now; dowry payment, lol!

So with what I've said, wat would be your take on the estimated price? 5 mill, ? anh anh, don't think so!

dayokanu:

They are not from Ekiti.

And most of them are picasso painted like spikedcylinder said

Lol, but wat do u guys mean by picasso painted?

Do I sense jealousy?!
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 2:36am On Jul 16, 2010
@cutley
aha, not really.

@dayo
You dey crase. Jelosi Jelosi. Try as hard as you may, you can never be omo Ekiti grin
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by nomoneydow: 10:15am On Jul 16, 2010
beautifuls
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by africhika(f): 6:57pm On Jul 16, 2010
[size=15pt]this is the best NL thread ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!![/size]
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by ceasyc(f): 10:40pm On Jul 16, 2010
pix from d ancient city of benin kingdom, edo state

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by ceasyc(f): 11:17pm On Jul 16, 2010
more pix from d ancient city of benin kingdom, edo state

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by ceasyc(f): 11:23pm On Jul 16, 2010
more n more
pix from d ancient city of benin kingdom, edo state

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 1:41am On Jul 17, 2010
Nice one Ceasyc!
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by ceasyc(f): 3:17am On Jul 17, 2010
cultey:

Nice one Ceasyc!

ta
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 2:38pm On Jul 17, 2010
ceasyc:

ta

Lol, which one be ta? hmm!
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by ceasyc(f): 3:45am On Jul 18, 2010
cultey:

Lol, which one be ta? hmm!

any qualms?

ta – British  Slang 4 
thank you.
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 6:45pm On Jul 18, 2010
sulad82i:

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click on the link below to join

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=130674528822

Is your name also Toyin? shocked [The admin's name on that website]
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by yme1(f): 7:43pm On Jul 18, 2010
seeing all these beautiful pics i feel like being a bride kiss kiss
but on the other hand it gat to wait cheesy, lovely pics and culture but i love the EDO's more kiss kiss kiss
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by sjeezy8: 10:08pm On Jul 18, 2010
Madness to the highest degree I see my cuzzos weddings posted on this thread.

Aside from the yoruba/edo weddings I like the calabar joint- they usually have dancers at them.
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 1:10am On Jul 19, 2010
sjeezy8:

Madness to the highest degree I see my cuzzos weddings posted on this thread.

Aside from the yoruba/edo weddings I like the calabar joint- they usually have dancers at them.
Which one is the madness?

Go and get married so that your own picture would also shine this hall of fame.
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by oyinda3(f): 5:24am On Jul 19, 2010
sjeezy8:

Madness to the highest degree I see my cuzzos weddings posted on this thread.

Aside from the yoruba/edo weddings I like the calabar joint- they usually have dancers at them.

which ones r u cousins?
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by dayokanu(m): 5:35am On Jul 19, 2010
Hmm
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Hauwa1: 2:24pm On Jul 19, 2010
is it possible for an Hausa to do Bini or yoruba trado?
those beads no heavy for head?

phew holly golly!! don't know where am from. i think i'm from  bornu oh no from abuja not really from lagos, ah no from tiv, oh from kano oh i just remember, from gongola phew

simi ishe Oluwa, ishe Oluwa, ishe Oluwa ooooo simi
humming ishe Oluwa oooo simi

duniya se mai hankuri


finally i made up my mind to do a military style wedding cheesy
can we see military style wedding pictures please cool
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by dayokanu(m): 6:25pm On Jul 19, 2010
The only way u can do a Yoruba wedding is to marry a Yoruba man like me.

Military wedding ko, Why not Boy scout wedding
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by sjeezy8: 11:52pm On Jul 19, 2010
dayokanu:

The only way u can do a Yoruba wedding is to marry a Yoruba man like me.

Military wedding ko, Why not Boy scout wedding

lol

oyinda.:

which ones r u cousins?

2 of dem but i aint tellin lipsrsealed
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by oyinda3(f): 1:30am On Jul 20, 2010
^ then don't bother mention it if u won't tell us who they r. lol
btw change ur profile pic
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 1:33am On Jul 20, 2010
Hope that's not him, with all the katakata he has spoken abt Nigerian women being ugly.
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by ceasyc(f): 12:48pm On Jul 20, 2010
still from benin, edo
d bride isnt showing in dis pic apart from a little of her okuku (beaded hair on her head)
dat lil girl is sooooo cute

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by shilling(f): 12:53pm On Jul 20, 2010
These are so cute . . .

Wonder what Ijaw traditional marriages look like (so I can have an idea of what mine may look like lol). . .
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Hauwa1: 3:00pm On Jul 20, 2010
dayokanu:

The only way u can do a Yoruba wedding is to marry a Yoruba man like me.

Military wedding ko, Why not Boy scout wedding

tongue tongue tongue tongue
bad boy bad boy tell me what you gonna do when Hauwa catch up with u
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by dayokanu(m): 7:00pm On Jul 20, 2010
*Hauwa*:

tongue tongue tongue tongue
bad boy bad boy tell me what you gonna do when Hauwa catch up with u

Imma be in bed, turn off the light and wait for her to do her thing on me
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by mamagee3(f): 7:45pm On Jul 20, 2010
dayokanu:

Imma be in bed, turn off the light and wait for her to do her thing on me
grin grin grin grin grin grin

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