The day was something a lot of us would never forget, you could really feel the love in the room. In a minute, it was all fun and laughs, and in the next minute, it was emotional (I almost ruined my nmakeup lol). Everything was perfect, loved every minute of it.

The cutest part of it was when my dad had to agree on the marriage, you could see he was so sad to let me go "sniff" but at the same time, he knew i was happy and it was the right thing to do. Well I don't want to talk too much, here is a look of what I wore and a little idea of the day.

There was so much fooooood!!!

The drinks were a hit.

This was our cake. Normally, there are no cakes in introductions, but we wanted one.

The waiter and waitresses

 That's Us : )

PS: I wore 5 inch heels, his a tall one.

As much as I would like to show some more pictures, It's just that Introduction is a really private part in the wedding process, so I just want to respect that.
I hope you enjoyed the pictures!!

I know Its really been a while since I've not been blogging. I have really been busy with a couple of things and been too lazy at the same time (it's a long story). But now I'm back, and I hope its in full force. Well to cut the story short, I'M ENGAGED and will be heading to the alter soon. I had my introduction on the 6th of April and the post of what I wore will be coming up next.
For those who don't know what an Introduction is: it is a Nigerian culture, in my case "Igbo",  where the groom comes with his family members to the brides house to ask for her hand in marriage and persuades her family to agree on the union, so that we can get  married. It is the most important part of the wedding process, because if the brides parents disagree, it won't take place anymore. Lucky for me, they love him already so it was a Yes.

Well there will be more wedding talks later, until then, I got the really cute shoes. I really love it alot, and I can't wait to wear them.

Shoes: Carvela

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