Zarah and Mohammed’s’s extravagant wedding festivities as officially kicked off in Abuja, where the bride’s Kamu ceremony was held. As Zarah is Hausa-Fulani, according to traditional Fulani culture, the Kamu is “the catching of the bride”. Her face will be covered with veil whilst the female representatives haggled the groom for a price to see the bride’s face. After the amount was agreed and exchanged, her veil was opened and perfume sprayed on the bride!
With the bride looking absolutely breathtaking in her traditional outfit in gorgeous monotone blue embellished also-oke dress accessorized with lilac beaded jewellery; the groom chose a classic midnight blue agbada and matching blue also-oke cap, it was a night rich in culture and tradition as everyone celebrated the joyous union. Congrats to the beautiful couple!
Photo by BigH Studios
Decor by Blue Velvet Marquess