Especially in Igbo tribes, it is customary for the bride’s family members to provide any possible grooms with a listing of products he must buy for them before they offer their blessing when it comes to wedding. This may add items that are traditional as meals delicacies or modern devices such as for example white items. In the event that groom cannot get the things, he should offer compensation that is monetary them, because of the women associated with the bride’s family evaluating whether their efforts are satisfactory.
Tradition also states that Igbo couples shouldn’t marry before their older siblings, therefore younger siblings are required to postpone their wedding until it is their change.
The grooms are expected to prove their worth by being lashed without showing pain to illustrate their courage and endurance in Hausa and Fulani tribes.
Showing Your Worth
While many Nigerian brides now prefer to wear a white bridal dress due to their spiritual ceremony, it’s still customary to own a “family cloth” known in Yoruba as aso ebi that signifies the household ties at a marriage. Continue reading NIGERIAN Wedding Photography