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Nigerian Weddings

Nigerian weddings are nothing short of excitement and loads of fun. There are end to end actions with every moment being completely different than the one before. As a wedding photographer working at a Nigerian wedding you have to be physically fit as the plethora of activities demand that you are all over the venue with your team working around the clock :).

The atmosphere is one of a continuous mode of celebration nonstop and best of all there is a dance for everything as evident at the owambe where everyone simply let loose and dance away to pulsating music. Of course it’s hard not to shake a leg as the hypnotic nature of the rythmic sounds are extremely contagious and will have you rocking to the beats in no time :).

There is the feeling of a communal gathering and merriment throughout the festivity which are accentuated by the colorful adornment by all in attendance. Most interestingly is when they all gather around the bride and groom and do what is called the spray. This is a term used to describe the act of the wedding guests throwing notes of currency onto the dancing couple.

Zuluspro Photography had the opportunity yet again to cover a wonderful Nigerian wedding in Jamaica at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Montego Bay. We covered both the traditional yoruba wedding as well as the white dress wedding and it was spectacular.

Amazingly you could see guest adorned in their various aso-ebi at the traditional ceremony and the presentation of the eru-lyawo was such an intimate moment that somehow took you back in time on an ancestral level. Nigerian weddings are totally awesome. We look forward to having you book Zuluspro Photography services for your next Nigerian wedding coverage. Contact us now for a quote on our wedding photography prices.

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