Celebration of life and love

Saturday, 9 April 2011



 The day 1-1-11 was truly special, one to be treasured and celebrated.That was the day Idowu and Wale Adebiyi tied the knot to celebrate their love, yes on Newyears day!

Idowu came has a referal from a  bride i had worked with.
Idowu  and her whole family did not live in Nigeria and  was planning an out of town wedding  and was a bit skeptical about leaving somone in charge to plan her wedding.
She came into our office excatly a year before her wedding with her charming Mum.I love idowu`s mum she is sooo sweet and her two twin sisters.They told me their doubts about planning a wedding without been there as they will come into Nigeria once before the actual date.  They  had  heard a lot of horror stories about wedding planners.
We gave them our word and the rest is history.Idowu wanted her things done immediately, we eventualy understood each other as each bride is different.I enjoyed every bit of working with the Olatokunbo`s .It was a pleasure. 



whispers of love

proud parents of the bride

happy parents of the groom


dancing time


just the two of us









brides parents receiving the proposal letter from groom family


ushers at the engagement
together forever
Pictures: courtesy Legend  and Atunbi
Wedding planning and coordination:  Just weddings
Wedding and engagement:  Events center
Engagement deco: Tsoule
Wedding deco: Oaken events
Cake:  Dainty affair
Caterers:  Cream fingers,Hamptons and Philmock
DJ: Dj tade
MC: MC Tlaff
Cox tails: Happy hour ,9 yards
Makeup:Dainty affairs
Hair:Ayo`s place

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