Traditional, Church or Court Wedding Which is The Proper Way To Get Married


#41

:joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy:

Your own view sha…


#42

:joy::joy::joy: why drag when you can go willingly?:joy:


#43

In other words, she means **i cannot coman coman kill myself with stress… **


#44

I guess you are still young and single. You will get to understand over time importance of such!


#45

welcome @jesseosiobe. please share your opinion on this topic, do we need all three to get married?


#46

Yes I am young but I know what I want and what is important :slight_smile::slight_smile:


#47

Okay…Whats the importance @jesseosiobe ? Please share…


#48

@jesseosiobe Welcome!


#49

Looking at these two pictures, I see two different types of traditional wedding? What do you see and why?


#50

The difference is that we USE another man’s traditional wedding (White Wedding) as Do or Die and Main Wedding… Church Wedding is the traditional wedding of the Oyinbo oooo :triumph:


#51

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The difference is that we USE another man’s traditional wedding (White Wedding) as Do or Die and Main Wedding
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We have so much internalized another man’s culture and make it a necessary norm in our society.


#52

Gbam!!!


#53

Well spoken…

But in Nigeria, Can I be dressed in a white gown during my traditional wedding?


#54

you did not tell me you have started to use Oshogbo weed na? :cold_sweat: :scream: Or how else will you wear white gown on your trad wedding, abi is it because we call it your wedding? E be like say you af forget that in we country, your wedding na OUR WEDDING. Uncles wey u never see go show that day and you wan wear white gown abi you wan make them pursue mumsy comot ba!! be careful oo


#55

:joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy:

Ehn na… C the British couple above… Can’t I pull that here in Nigeria successfully???

Cc @fola


#56

You can’t oo, except you’re on osogbo weed like @Aje said. You’ll be contradicting the laws and traditions of our land.


#57

At all. It’s their tradition and ours is different


#58

And the gods of our lands that don’t have patience sef, ordinary Oba of Lagos did not shake Ooni’s hand, they af quickly send fire to his house. :weary: Tell @pretyprexy to tread carefully o, we don’t have lagoon water to quench fire after wedding o. :joy: :joy: :joy: :joy: [quote=“oluwakemisola, post:57, topic:2993, full:true”]
At all. It’s their tradition and ours is different
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Gbam!!


#59

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Ermmmmmm… Okay my mind already accepted the white dress, but I’ll think about it… :smiley::joy::joy::joy::joy:


#60

:joy::joy::joy::rofl::rofl: @pretyprexy he that has :ear: let him :ear: