- Yoruba movie star, Khadijat Adeola Ayoade, has taken to social media to share a glimpse of her look for her introduction ceremony
- The beautiful actress posted a video of herself dressed in aso-oke and a bright yellow gele as she danced
- In her caption, Ayoade revealed it was the first step to her union with the love of her life as she thanked people for coming through
It is indeed a beautiful time for Khadijat Adeola Ayoade as she is gearing up to walk down the aisle with the love of her life.
The popular Yoruba actress recently took to her Instagram page to share a video from what appears to be her introduction ceremony.
In the video, the actress who donned a dark coloured striped aso-oke with a vibrant yellow gele on her head was seen dancing as she smiled at the camera.
Bride and her mother take over dancefloor on wedding day, people spray them dollars in trending video
Sharing the video, she captioned:
"#FirstStep to the #AT’Union Thank you for coming through for me."
See post below:
Congratulatory messages pour in
"Congratulations my darling."
Hot wedding moves
A video captured the sweet moment a mother joined her daughter on the dance floor as they both showed off their moves.
In a clip shot by @maxwelljennings, the mother walked gently to the centre of the wedding reception venue as she eased into dancing.
The bride, Lilllian London, and her mum matched each other's moves as people gathered around them. Seconds after, a man walked towards them and sprayed dollars.
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For many women, a court wedding doesn't necessarily require much dressing up like that of the white wedding ceremony. However, this is where many brides get it wrong as the line between keeping things toned down and not bothering to put an effort gets blurred out.
Courthouse weddings usually call for a tone-down, more civil look. Hence, back in the days, couples usually opted for suits as their official wedding look.
Well, not anymore. Things have since changed - for the women at least. While the men's court wedding fashion look is pretty restrictive, there is a lot women can do, and have done to wed in style.
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