Abiodun Adeleke and Elohor Oyaide‘s (owner ‘Duchess Fashion’) romantic weekend proceeds as the couple partook in a traditional wedding formality and Christian ceremony in her native Nigeria.
Just when you assumed Elohor Oyaide and Abiodun Adeleke’s wedding celebrations couldn’t get any more glamorous, 360aproko crew from the couple’s two distinct ceremonies have been on the loose to bring back that wedding envy.
At the red carpet Live from 360aproko special invitees and families including, Michael Oyaide (CEO 360aproko), Mr. Abraham Oyaide (Elder brother and standing father of the bride in honour to the late father/CEO Soundlab Global Entertainment), Oruese (cake designer), Tega Ijave (Makeup Artist, House of T.T.I), Mrs Elizabeth Oyaide (mother of Bride), Comedienne Mavi, the couple (Mr and Mrs Adeleke) and so many more…beheld the romantic minutes and gave they candid commentaries about the couples.
For her Traditional formality, Elohor went in an extremely different direction, rocking a gorgeous bright pink India regalia.
After the Indian look, Elohor further changed into her nativity, striking the look of an Urhobo girl which was custom. She stunned out with a smile and a look of elegance.
She joined the look with a large Coral beads on her neck and wrists from their traditional Collection.
See gallery for more photos on the traditional wedding:
In the shot from the second ceremony (white wedding), Elohor puts on a striking custom gown while her bridal train stunned ash colour flowing gown. Abiodun also show off in ash colour tuxedo including his best man and little groom. While the men on suit came in on black tuxedo and blue bolt tie.
360aproko tells that all-inclusive wedding party also wore Nigerian outfits. The ceremony was a blend of blue and white.
After their enormous wedding weekend, both Abiodun and Elohor discussed how faith brought them closer together during their fairy-tale love at the red carpet session.
“I think the thing that really connected both of us was our love for cultural heritage and the importance of being connected to those,”
Elohor beforehand shared with 360aproko Kelvin Odemwingie during an interview. From there our love ignited and grew to this height.”
See gallery for more photos on the white wedding:
Guests who are relishing the wedding celebrations immediately received a savor of Urhobo hospitality after the big event.
“For the traditional wedding, I wore an Indian attire for a photo shoot,”
Elohor dishes to 36oaproko
“I always knew I wanted an Indian look for my traditional wedding and my makeup artist Tega brought in an incredible idea making me look like my favorite Indian star “Bani” of The Promise series!”
The imageries, which are featured in the 360aproko page, come from both the Traditional rite, which took place on Thursday and Christian ceremony, which was held on Saturday and solemnized by Rev. Father Festus Ogwu of the St. Benedict Catholic Church, Orhuwhorun, Delta State.
Once again, congratulations to Mr and Mrs Adeleke the latest couple in town.