Wedding Slayers presents the beautifully designed union of Monte and Akosua

A Wedding Slayers captured wedding is really a big deal and Ghanaian couple, Monte and Akosua had the full experience during their traditional wedding.

“Marriage is the beautiful design of the Almighty, a great and sacred mystery— meant to be a vivid example of Christ and his church,” says Apostle Paul in the book of Ephesians chapter 5 in verse 32.

Wedding Slayer’s recollection of how the beautiful day went via their lens could pass for an award-winning romantic movie. We are mesmerized by how they draw light and focus on details in the images-it was love at first sight.⁠⠀

Bride’s Outfit

Red is the colour of love and Maame rocked her heart’s mood in a corseted Kente dress with exquisite beading by @phosua_detailed. Sultry makeup and long straight hair were the compliments of the look that made her groom jump in excitement within.

Groom’s Outfit:

The groom’s look was inspired by Indian kaftan style and Ghanaian kente as he matched the look of his bride.

Groom @montekutin_
Bride @maame_koramah

Kaftan by @mokatribe
Dress by @phosua_detailed
Rings by @jogojewel
Makeup by @luxbar_Hair @teleios_signature
Photography by @weddingslayers.co

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