#MELORIE2021 is most certainly on the lips of many as the wedding of the month of January.
The traditional ceremony took place in Bortianor, a suburb of Accra aplomb with culture, fashion and fun.
Akan culture is a cynosure that has over the years attracted people from all over the world and this wedding was no different as drumming, singing and traditional dance routines characterised the event.
The couple first dazzled the audience in full royal regalia to signify their blue blood status which was designed by @rubeadzgh.
Bride, Loretta wore a blush kente corset gown designed and made by her best friend, Ghanaian designer, Quophi Akotuah which incorporated crystallised beads and a kente train. For the groom, he was decked in an embroidered agbada in very soft colours to match his queen.
The bridal party also didn’t hold back with the larger-than-life brocade dresses and classy men’s kaftan. In fact it was like a mini-style party.
Scroll down to see love, traditonal and fashion come together in the union of #MELORIE2021.
Event Planning & Cordination @silverbrocadeevents
Bridal Styling @quophi_michaels
Brides Wardbrobe @qa_bridal x @quophiakotuahghana
Brides kente @h.g_kentekiosk
Bridal Fan @completeeventznflowers
Bridal room @dustinevents
Bride & Grooms first look @rubeadzgh
Couple ahenema @jjprofessionalshoesgh
Grooms Wardbrobe @qa_men
Groomsmen outfit @qa_men
Bridesmaid gowns @quophiakotuahghana
Bridesmaids MUA @kukiethemakeupgirl. X @rhabbys_touch
Local bar @bushman_localbar
Stationery & Invitation cards @nsnhyira