These Wedding Gowns Made From African Wax Prints Will Blow Your Mind
Nov. 15, 2019
Most times, what we see in Ghana is that women who are getting married are made to wear dresses or kaba and skirts made from kente for their traditional wedding ceremonies while they wear white wedding gowns for their church ceremonies. But what happens to those who actually want to wear something traditional for their "white" or church weddings?
Well, first of all, you do not have to wear a white gown if you don't want to. But if the old folks are still insisting, you can switch it up with some African wax prints like the following brides did:
Which one was your favourite? And do you think these were good and practical styles?
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