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Sunday, March 2, 2014

My Wedding Feature on Bella Naija... :-D

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Happy Sunday Everyone!!!!!  Hope you are all having a great day so far!  I know I am.... especially after I got a Blackberry message from our very own "fashion farmer" as I call her, an old Martwayne student, Saidat, about my wedding feature on Bella Naija!!!  Yaye!!!  

Immediately I ran a search on Google and there it was!  :-D  WHAT an awesome feature!  I am completely speechless!


  

Interestingly enough, I still thought about the wedding feature this morning as it is part of my to-do list.  I know I promised to write a full feature like a how-to manual on how I planned it in a previous post so made a mental note of it.  Then my mind strayed to Bella Naija and whatever happened to the form I sent to them.  

And there it now is.... live on the site... posted just today!!!  HAHA!!!  The way God works! :-D

Here are some pictures from the site....

    







.... and enjoy the article at the link below.  I know I did! ;-D


Sigh..... brings back really great memories.... Gosh!  Almost seems like forever ago that the wedding took place.  Don't worry, I haven't forgotten about the write-up I promised.  It is Work-In-Progress and this has even spurred me on now.  Will let you know when it is ready!  :-D

Thank you so much!  Hope you have as HUGE a grin all week as I have on my face right now.  

Enjoy the rest of your fabulous Sunday and an even better week ahead!

Cheers!   

11 comments:

  1. please what fabric did you use for the gown

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    1. Hello Simi. There were 3 fabrics actually.

      The base fabric was white polished cotton; over that was a soft apple green tulle (or net); and then the top fabric was some form of very soft silvery-white lace - though not the typical lace print, texture or fabric. It was really soft... almost like cotton candy. I'm sure if you scout round Tejuosho, you might still find it.

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  2. How about the lace for the engagement? Where can I find it plssssss?

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    1. Oh.... I bought my engagement fabrics in China. Not sure where you can find them here... but you can call Bolly Stores on 0803 304 4489. They sell fabrics and might be able to help you out. That's where I got my aso-ebi from.

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  3. I am a very big fan of bellanaijaa,when I saw your wedding be featured I was like Wow I knew this lady,it was so inspiring expecially the wedding tip.God Bless your union and my regard to Jobberman.

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  4. I am a very big fan of bellanaijaa,when I saw your wedding be featured I was like Wow I knew this lady,it was so inspiring expecially the wedding tip.God Bless your union and my regard to Jobberman.

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    1. :-D :-D :-D Thank you so much! And AMEN!!! I am glad the tips helped.

      And lol I will extend our regards to him. :-)

      Thank you so much once again.

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  5. Congrats Tope on your wedding! May your home be blessed! Your gown is an interesting concept..........It's lovely and unique! So happy for you o! Regards,

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  6. I love every bit of this. God bless your marriage sweets...

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  7. May God bless ur union Amen.

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