A Different Look At Culture – Nigeria

Published by: Oluwatosin Adedayo

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The bride from a two day traditional wedding originated from Nigeria taking pictures before meeting her groom Friday, Feb. 5, 2016 in Atlanta,Ga.  The bride will soon take her walk to her groom. (JEM Capstone/ Oluwatosin Adedayo)
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The bride is being introduced the the grooms family Friday, Feb.5, 2016 in Atlanta, Ga. The bride needs to be accepted by the grooms family as part of the tradition.(JEM Capstone/ Oluwatosin Adedayo)
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The bride is interacting with the groom’s father Friday, Feb.5, 2016. Kneeling down to the family is a sign of respect in the Yoruba culture. (JEM Capstone/ Oluwatosin Adedayo)
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Brides picks friends and family to match her attire Friday, Feb. 5, 2016. Guest Seyi, smiles for the camera! (JEM Capstone/ Oluwatosin Adedayo)
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Bride changes into second attire after uniting with her husband to be Friday, Feb. 5, 2016. The bride takes a deep breathe to walk back into the party. (JEM Capstone/ Oluwatosin Adedayo)
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Bride and Groom united after first step of the traditional process Friday, Feb. 5, 2016 in Atlanta, Ga. (JEM Capstone/ Oluwatosin Adedayo)
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The bride and groom  reunited and taking pics Friday, Feb. 5, 2016.  The couple showing their love! (JEM Capstone/ Oluwatosin Adedayo)
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