Famous Movie wedding Gowns

Wednesday, 24 July 2013

Was watching Monster in law staring Jenifer Lopez and Jane Fonda and remembered years ago one of my brides insisted her wedding dress most look exactly like that,We searched and searched till we got a replica of the dress. Decided to go down memorial lane with movie wedding gowns that most brides liked over the years.

Monster in law

Sex and the City

Bride Wars

Madeas family reunion

Princess Diary 2

Ghost of Girlfriends Past

27 dresses

Twilight Breaking  Dawn.

Jumping the Broom.

Coming  To America



Friday, 19 April 2013

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Mr. Olukayode B.A. Fabunmi is the Managing Partner of J.O. Fabunmi & Co., the Nigeria Country Chair of the International Project Finance Association (IPFA) and a Director at several companies and organisations including the Business Law Academy (BLA); Franchise Advisory Services Limited and Business Office Support Services Limited (BOSS).

He has focused his legal practice largely on International Business Law, Public-Private Partnerships (PPP), International Investment (direct and portfolio) and dispute resolution. He has handled a variety of international business transactions, telecommunications and information technology matters. A passionate lawyer and entrepreneur, Mr. Fabunmi’s passion is majorly in developing Infrastructure in Nigeria through Public Private Partnerships (PPP) and has been involved in a variety of PPP and infrastructure advisory transactions in Nigeria and overseas.
Mr. Fabunmi is widely acclaimed for his expertise in several aspects of Law and he has contributed articles to some of the world’s leading publications on PPP and infrastructure development including Euromoney’s Privatisation and Public Private Partnership Global Review, IPFA global review of PPP, Infrastructure Investor PPP Journal, etc. He has also authored legal articles on Franchising and licensing; Setting up of companies in Common and Civil Law jurisdictions; Administration and management of companies; Classification of foreign Investment; Computer Fraud and Data Protection.

He is affiliated with several national and international professional bodies including the Hague Academy of International Law; International Bar Association; Nigerian Bar Association; British Council, Lagos, Nigeria;  International Franchise Association, Business Law Academy and the International Project Finance Association. He is also well travelled and has participated as speaker and participant at many international conferences.

Gbemisola Adenekan, CEO Omega Events with over 10 years of event management experience, she is one of the top 10 event planners in Nigeria. She attended the prestigious Queens College; Yaba Lagos then proceeded to the University of Port-Harcourt. Gbemisola completed her education at the University of Houston, Texas in the United States of America. She is a Master Facilitator with her strengths in customer service, administration and event management. She's a founding member of the association of party professionals and events managers of Nigeria (APPOEMN). She is also the Corporate Affairs Director for the association.
Gbemi would be talking on customer relations, etiquette, health, safety and enviroment at the seminar.

Nebilah Ronke Igiebor

Nebilah is the founder and President of KALHARI LIMITED (KLtd), an event planning and design firm, Kalhari limited was founded in 2003 and is based in Lagos, Nigeria with branches and affiliations worldwide. She is one of the most sought after event planner and Designer in Nigeria. Nebilah is widely regarded as one of the foremost experts on the business of weddings, event management & Event Design. With a degree (BSc.) in Business Administration, a Diploma in computer science and many sponsorship/mentoring deals, Nebilah has creatively expanded her brand well-beyond her successful event planning and design business. Know for her creativity, excellent client relation and ability to deliver, Nebilah has orchestrated some of the industry’s most innovative events.
She is certified by the Wedding Planning Institute of Canada (WPIC), Preston Bailey Signature Wedding and Event Design (PBSWED) and from the Lovegevity Wedding Planning Institute (LWPI); Corporate Event Planning (CEP) certification and Certificate in Wedding and Event Planning (CWEP). Nebilah also has a Basic and Advance certificate from the Daystar Leadership Academy (DLA). In her quest to deliver excellence, she continues to drive herself through continuing education. Nebilah is also the Education Director and a certified member of the Association of Professional Planners and Event managers of Nigeria (APPOEMN). 
A seasoned traveller and an avid formula one (F1) fan, Nebilah is always looking for ways to spruce up her Event business.

Molara Akande is a pioneer wedding planner in Nigeria and event coordinator of high standards with over 13 years experience. She is the CEO JUST WEDDINGS, JW EVENTS and ANIMAL GAMES, a certified member of the ASSOCIATION of PROFFESIONAL PARTY ORGANISERS and EVENT MANAGERS of NIGERIA (APPOEMN) and in her second decade in the business of EVENTS. Molara has proudly coordinated and designed over 300 weddings and other theme events within and outside Nigeria, adding several professional training certificates in Wedding Consulting, decoration and Coordination and Preston Bailey's Signature Wedding and Designs Course. She's also a multi award winner in several events planning and coordination awards. Molara is a wedding blogger and has featured in many wedding magazines and t.v. Shows.
At the EVENT PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT SEMINAR, Molara would be reaching out to participants, about some basic ideas of the business.



Tuesday, 26 February 2013

A wedding dress or wedding gown is the clothing worn by a bride during a wedding ceremony. Color, style and ceremonial importance of the gown can depend on the religion and culture of the wedding participants. In Western cultures, brides often choose a white wedding dress, which was made popular by Queen Victoria in the 19th century. In eastern cultures, brides often choose red to symbolize auspiciousness.

In recent time, it may seem as if brides have been getting married in white forever, but this is not the case. The trend of wearing an all white wedding dress dates back to royalty of Victorian times. Before that, brides wore their best dress. The color and materials of the dress varied depending on a woman's social status.



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Date: Thursday 21st– Sunday 24th March 2013
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