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“No Wedding Gown” – Photos Go Viral As Couple In Simple Clothes Marry During Sunday Service



Mixed reactions have trailed pictures from a Nigerian couple’s simple church wedding ceremony.

A netizen identified as Prince Darey Ogunrinde shared the couple’s pictures on Rant HQ Extention Facebook group, revealing that it happened during a Sunday service in church.

Prince observed that no wedding gown or suit was used by either the groom or bride as they sported nice outfits.

Some of the pictures showed the couple happily signing their marriage certificates as a priest gave guidelines.

While the identities of the couple could not be ascertained as of the time of making this report, netizens were divided over their wedding style.

Jaysoule Okonkwo Ezene said:

“To marry no hard…na u wan feed ur whole community.”

Rose Angel said:

“Weeding na weeding, same blessings with people who spent heaven and earth for their weeding congratulations dear. They cut their coats according to their sizes abi naa.”

Ekwulugwo Veronica Treasure said:

“And the couple didn’t die, and that doesn’t mean they are not wedded, and that doesn’t mean they will not have a happy married life.

“Cut your coat according to your cloth.”

Chris Obi said:

“We are gradually coming to accept ourselves the way we are and do things in our own way not minding what others think of us is a good one.”

Gracious Blessing said:

“It’s because them no get!!!

“You all should stop making it look those who made big weddings are wrong!!!

“Dem do as their pocket reach…

“I will do same if I don’t have it…”


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