Real Weddings: Nnenna & Ifedi

Friday, 3 September 2010


Nnenna and Ifedi

Date: April 18 2009


          
Some projects we work on test us as fire refines gold. Over time, I've worked with brides who push me to up my game extensively. Just like a teacher who pushes you because they see the potential in you, some brides are perfectionists who
are a true testament to knowing what you love … knowing what is most important to you on your wedding day … and going to town with it! 


I must say Nnenna was one of the brides I would term "high maintenance" but who I ended up being forever  grateful to have met. She knew exactly what she wanted ( being an accountant , she is precise and  detailed to the point) and this  sometimes is the level of precision you need when you are planning a small, intimate wedding in Lagos!

The Couple both lived in the United Kingdom and were coming to town to get married,everything had to go right once they were in! Most of all the planning was done via email,phone and lots of pictures and text.They wanted something very simple elegant and full of lights with a colour scheme of cocoa and coral.


The wedding ceremony started by 2pm at the Archbishop Vinning Church in Ikeja.Guest of 250 people were later ushered to the reception at the banquet hall of the Lagos Sheraton hotel,which was a night of fun,intimacy,romance, more romance and laughter!To go with the theme, they had a chocolate fountain which certainly proved a hit with their guests.The groom who is an adamant chelsea fan.had a chelsea grooms cake. 

You'll see from the pictures that Nnenna and Ifedi had eyes only for each other! 
We really enjoyed working with this couple and think the lessons we learnt  are a template for planning an  intimate wedding strictly for close family and friends.


Beautiful, at the send of the night...saying Grace
Details
Cake-Cakes by Tosan
Dj_Dj Tade
Photographer_Modamo
Mc_Tlaff
Makeup_Bm Pro
Hair_ Ayo
Deco_Justweddings~JWEvents

1 comments:

Chic Therapy 4 September 2010 at 09:45  

i see a Chelsea cake!Now that's whats up! :-)

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