Beautiful wedding photos drop as bride and hubby wear matching kente for ceremony

Beautiful wedding photos drop as bride and hubby wear matching kente for ceremony

- Impressive wedding photos of Akua and her hubby, Akwasi, in kente-themed apparel have been shared online

- The couple tied the knot in May 2020

- The adorable images are fast gaining traction online

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A Ghanaian couple, Akua and her hubby, Akwasi, are serving social media enthusiasts with some adorable kente-themed apparel from their wedding.

In spite of the raging coronavirus pandemic that has greatly halted social engagements, some people are still finding reasonable ways to be joined together with their ‘soul mates’.

For their traditional marriage, Akua and Akwasi were styled in matching Kente outfits and she left many captivated with her breath-taking elegance and simple makeup.

Akwasi equally owned the day with his charming looks and endearing smiles.

The pair tied the knot over the weekend in May 2020 at an event captured by popular photographer, Jema Photography.

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In the photos that have been shared online, the adorable couple donned matching kente fabric for the traditional wedding.

The bride won hearts with her stunning kente dress and an elegant hairstyle.

Akwasi also didn't disappoint the wedding guests with his dazzling looks.

View impressive photos of their wedding colours.

Meanwhile, earlier reported a Lagos church, Harvesters, in Lekki adapted to the present situation caused by Covid-19 as it used technology to beat its restriction.

In a very unconventional move, the church held its first online wedding with popular video conferencing media, Zoom.

Harvesters, in an Instagram post, said the occasion was all shades of beauty and was super amazing. The names of the couple were Yinka and Demola.

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In other news, Ancent Mutua, a web designer, and Zipporah Wambui Mwangi, an engineering surveyor, made the tough decision to continue with their wedding even after restriction of movement into the Nairobi metropolitan were enforced.

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Having already planned everything, they saw no reason to call it off but tried their best to enjoy the moment.

The wedding was held on Friday, April 10, at the Emmanuel Baptist Church as both dressed perfectly as earlier planned for the occasion. It was attended by only 10 guests after their number was cut from an initial 400.

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