Saturdays Are For Weddings: 2018 Yoruba Brides Styles


Yoruba brides never fail to disappoint at their traditional weddings, and this has always been since time immemorial.

Yorubas are a tribal group mostly found in the western part of Nigeria and some other west African countries. It is a tribe rich in culture and heritage and are believed to be descendants of Ile-Ife, a town in Osun state.

The traditional marriage, which is recognized in the constitution of Nigeria is one of the important phases of the wedding ceremony as this is when the families of the bride and groom come together and officially hand over the bride to her husband. It is also the time when the dowry or bride prce of the bride is paid too.

It certainly goes without saying that this is a period of celebration, pomp and merry making too. The bride i decked out in her best traditional attires. In those days, it used to be aso-oke, but now, the material of the bride and groom’s outfits have changed with the times.

Cc Asooke by @bimms and Tailoring by @purplelagos

Cc Outfit @otrabybecca

Purple and brown never looked so good.

Photocred @ims_canapes

Cc @t0misin in Corset and Skirt by @marveeofficial

Cc @oreocreature

Dress @jbliving

Bride in grey

Photography @raremagic_gallery

Cc @uchae_kalu. outfit @t16worldoffashion