All of a sudden, romance re-surfaced again in the RnB genre with Adele's HELLO. The song reminded me of when I first fell in love.....wink! In my subconscious, I sing the song. It is a beautiful song that is making Adele a winner right now.
It is the beauty of Adele's Hello that brought about my blog today. I looked through the Iya Eko website and saw beautiful couples that reminds me of how beautiful Adele's Hello is and I thought to create a blog that tells a story of love.
In this post, I will share photos of beautiful couples to inspire your bridal look whether you are getting married or taking engagement photos for your big day.
My selection today will be from different cultures and it will feature varied styling. If you are as ready as I am, let's do it
Typically known for the Sokoto, Buba and Agbada for the groom and Iro and Buba with Ipele plus shoes and bag for the bride.
Edo and Igbo brides
In both Edo and Igbo cultures, the brides dress alike. They are typically known for wearing Goerge wrapper and bblouse with Coral beads. The groom dress similarly wearing judge wrapper and buba with Coral beads and sometimes they finish theri look with hats.
Hausa and Fulani Couples
The brides are typically known for wearing expensive or high earned wrapper mixed with body arts or tattoo. The groom keep it simple in Highly polished fabric called the "Ghini"
Inter Tribal Couples
These selction features couple form different tribes. For e.g the bride could be Yoruba while the groom is Edo. Here on Iya EKo, we love love and we do not see colour, religion, race or ethnic background. We are all about LOVE.
The Okoye brothers (P square) are perfect for this selection. See them below.
And there you have it Iya Ekos. I hope you like my couples look book selection and I hope you are inspired.
Until next time, stay fabulous.