"We Got Married 3 Years Ago": Couple Tells Impressive Love Story a Day to Valentine's Celebration

"We Got Married 3 Years Ago": Couple Tells Impressive Love Story a Day to Valentine's Celebration

  • A Nigerian couple impressed their followers with their calm demeanour a day before their wedding ceremony three years ago
  • In a throwback video they posted, the couple were spotted strolling on the road casually without any atom of pressure
  • The couple said they were observing their wedding ceremony on a budget, and they did not put themselves in financial distress
  • Speaking on the topic, a relationship coach, Raes Jewels agreed that some couples do too much when it comes to wedding expences

A couple on TikTok has received praise from their followers because of their exhibition of modesty.

The couple said they got married three years ago in a throwback video shared on the platform by @theolatunbosuns.

Man and his wife share their love story.
The couple got married three years ago. Photo credit: Tiktok/@theolatunbosuns.
Source: TikTok

In the old video, they were seen walking casually in the streets, having fun and letting people know they were not under any form of pressure.

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The couple said their wedding was on a budget, and they did not want to spend too much.

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They wrote:

"While we were planning our wedding, we often looked into each other’s eyes and reminded ourselves: “reaffirming our commitment: “It’s just you and me against the world.” We knew what we wanted and went for it, even when our families had different ideas. We stuck together and fought for our love, with God’s help.
"And to the ladies, a bonus tip: Your wedding’s success lies not in lavish spending, but in your unwavering support for your partner and your shared vision. if your man don’t have much & you’re on a budget, stand by him and stick to your plan, and don’t let family pressures overshadow your bond."

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Speaking on the topic, Raez Jewels, a relationship coach, told Legit.ng that it is true that some couples do too much when spending for their wedding. She said a simple wedding is the way to go.

Her words:

"I totally agree. I know that people do way too much when planning their weddings as regards to budget and other things. It is inferiority complex that would make a Nigerian man to budget N5 million for a wedding. Who are you trying to impress? Whatever record you think you are trying to have with regards to your wedding, tomorrow that record would be beaten. I'm not a subscriber to a large wedding. In fact, I will prefer a minimal wedding that will be quality. The thing that matters most is dowry payment."

Watch the video below:

Reactions to video of a man and his wife

@Crown commented:

"This is the kind of wedding that last, and blossom into a wealthy and happy couple."

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@Moh'D said:

"Many would have married today and be happy, but, they're still looking for money for that lavish wedding."

@Mhercee said:

"This is sweet Uncle Iyanu."

Couple trends online due to their simple wedding

In a related story, Legit.ng reported that a Nigerian lady and her husband trended on TikTok because of the simplicity of their wedding, which was held recently.

The lady was dressed in a simple outfit, and the wedding was not elaborate, as only a few family and friends were in attendance.

Many people who saw the video on TikTok said the marriage would last because it looked like it was built on true love.

Source: Legit.ng

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