I’m pretty sure to date, this has been our largest and most energetic bridal party we’ve ever had. We had 10 groomsmen, 10 bridesmaids, and 3 beautiful flower girls.
Jenna and Seyi said I Do at Grace Fellowship Church in Timonium, and rocked the dance floor, literally, at Martin’s East in Middle River.
Talk about a beautiful blend of color and culture! From the tribal attire of the wedding guests, to the bright accents of orange throughout the reception space, the contrast of colors of the bridal party’s dresses and suits, this wedding just beamed. Radiant and Bright colors all over. Jenna and Seyi’s multi-cultural wedding was just incredible.
They blended American and Nigerian traditions, clothing and food.
One of my favorite things that separated this wedding from other weddings we’ve done was the diversity of food. There was a full spread of Nigerian delicacies and a full spread of American elegance. And totally, of course, we tried it all.
Having been to Africa myself (Zambia & Zimbabwe), I was so excited for this wedding. Seyi had family that flew in from Nigeria, and with them came two Kings… yes, i said it, KINGS. Like legit Kings from their town where Seyi’s family is from.
Congrats Jenna & Seyi! We loved being part of our amazing wedding day, and the process leading up to it. Africa Time is real folks, but worth every moment.