"Where there is love, there is no darkness". There certainly wasn't any today for our beautiful bride and her handsome groom.
The Nigerian destination wedding in Jamaica was a site to behold. Our lovely Nigerian couple decided to make it Jamaica for their wedding ceremony and reception. The wedding was filled with persons who traveled from near and far and had alot of Nigerian influences and customs and traditions. Women at the wedding were dressed in traditional Nigerian wedding attire and they looked fantastic.
Getting married in Jamaica is never an easy feet but we are always happy when persons decide to choose Jamaica for their destination wedding. The pictures of Simi and Tayo's wedding attest to the fact that they made the right choice.
Please see pics below.
Wedding Date: Saturday November 19, 2016
Wedding Ceremony Location: Beach in Falmouth, Jamaica
Wedding Reception Location: Montego Bay, Jamaica
Wedding Planner: Helen G Events
Wedding Decor: Helen G Events
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