This is my second Nigerian wedding experience in London after Lade and Bode‘s wedding thanks to my friends Segun Olotu and Jide Alakija. It was a fabulous wedding which I will never forget. Actually, Nigerian weddings are full of joy, fun and their parties, Oh my God, the Nigerian parties are something hard to explain. It’s like an explosion of dance moves and colors.
But lets get back, I started the day shooting the boys as Jide went to the bride’s room. Making fun al the time, Dipo and his groomsmen prepared themselves for the wedding ceremony. After they got ready, we had a nice limousine ride in Central London until we’ve reached the church St. Paul’s Knightbridge, a beautiful place as you will see later in the pictures. Nigerian ceremonies are mixing quiet moments, speeches and songs. I loved every second.
After the ceremony we moved to Hyde Park for the formals and the bride and groom’s portraits. It was like a show for everyone as we’ve got a lot of attendees watching us.
Later we moved to Grosvenor House for the party. The 700 guests party ended late in the night.
Thank you again to Jide!
The lovely setup from Grosvenor House is Mati Gono‘s masterpiece! Enjoy! 🙂