Check out Nana Ashanti and Jeffrey’s black-themed kente traditonal wedding will make your day!

The Bride that wore black! Love comes in a variety of colours and the flamboyant displays at African weddings are a testament of that. We’ve seen blue lace dresses, long rose-red veils and even green couple-coordinated wedding outfits but this? This is a first.

What are we talking about? We’re talking about Nana Ashanti and Jeffrey Ansah’s black-themed kente traditional wedding. The lovebirds sealed the deal in an exquisite black kente outdoor traditional wedding ceremony at a waterfront. How romantic is that?

Then couple celebrated their special day with friends and family present to witness and celebrate with them. Nana Ashanti was an alluring bride in a custom Ampofua black kente gown topped with a floor-length veil. Jeffrey brought his dapper A-game with a majestic kente cloth embellished with gold regalia expected of royalty.

From their wedding looks to the decor, this couple’s beautiful wedding photos are sure to make your day.

Relish the Ansah’s black-themed kente traditional wedding with photos and reels below.

Photo Credit: IG/@missnanaashanti @nana_quasi_





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