Guest Post | Nigerian Bridesmaids & Headpieces

Hi, my name is Ink and I’m co-wedding editor at BellaNaija Weddings. When I was asked to guest blog on EWAM, “charming” and “sweet” came to mind! The weddings on EWAM have such heartfelt stories and a soft aesthetic – so I immediately knew what to feature – Bridesmaids! I mean, what could be better than your girls by your side on the most special day of your life?

When it comes to Nigerian bridesmaids, we tend to be more formal – we kind of have to be, especially for the religious wedding ceremony. For some ceremonies, we have to cover our hair, hence a stylish compromise was born – the headpiece! Some fascinators, some hats, “and more”! Here are some bridesmaids from different sources, from short and chic to Grecian and romantic.


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2 Responses

  1. ChicBrownBride

    Love, love, love!!! I like the explanation of the headpieces too.

  2. Alella

    Wow!!! One of them had 15 bridesmaids 0_0….but so beautiful for the most part


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