Here&Now: The Wedding of Bukola and Tunde (Video)
Whenever and wherever people of the Yoruba extraction celebrate a happy occasion, it is common place to see dance and spraying of money. And that was what opened the reception of Bukola and Tunde’s wedding.
The parents of the bride and their family and friends were visibly prominent in this.
First to be interviewed was Pastor Ayodele Olukayode, father of the bride. His joy was quite infectious as the bride, Olubokola is his first child.
Next to be interviewed was Princess Olukayode, mother of the bride. Her words were full of prayers.
And there was no dull moment at all because the dace was great and spectacular, and it was never in short supply.
Mrs Kemi Oyebola, the groom’s mom, spoke Yoruba in her own interview…
“I thank God for the success of the occasion. I also thank all those who came to grace the occasion.”
The little bride and little groom finally led in the bridal train.
Now, if you use the words exquisite, spectacular, and dramatic to describe the dance that ushered in the bride and groom, you would be correct to a T.
And when the bride and groom finally came in, they simply took that same exquisite and dramatic dance to a crescendo.
Hear what Tunde Kinsley Oyebola aka TK had to say about the occasion, his bride, and those who came.
And then Olubukola who is shy in nature did not talk too much.
All that over, it was finally time to formally commence the occasion with a prayer.
And right after that was the cutting of the cake. Wouldn’t you call that dramatic too?
When the new couple finally had the whole dance floor to themselves, drama came to the fore again as special effects made it look like they were dancing in the clouds.
Then came the joyous closing dace. And during that, Jumoke the chief bride’s maid who is also younger sister of the bride and another well wisher expressed their joy for the occasion with words of prayers.
From Citymoods to Tunde and Bukola: Happy Married Life!