My vacay is slowly winding to an end - Boooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!! Am I ready to leave my precious niece and nephew and come back to Lagos?! Nope, I just might cry on the plane :(
But before that, I can't remember if I mentioned that one of the main reasons I traveled was to come for my cousin's wedding in Boston. My siblings and I drove from Atlanta last week, and drove back the day after the wedding. Apart from making my crochet wig, I got to hang out with old friends (I lived in Boston for 7 years and got my first degree there), and we all had a blast at the wedding - of course there are photos of me dancing. Congratulations to the happy couple - I'm glad I got to witness the celebration :)
I wore a jumpsuit from Eve and Tribe, the same shop where I got the mini skirt I wore to Gidi Culture Fest. But it seems like the jumpsuit might have been a little big; plus I should have added a thin belt, I think. Anyways, I paired it with jewelry from MY wedding, and I was good to go.
|Did I try small with the makeup? Say yes.|
Enjoy the photos, of which there are plenty!
NOTE: The photographs that don't have my watermark were taken by Eze One Photography (also the photog for Cakes and I's Baking-themed Engagement session).
|Ada Ada dancing Ada in :)|
The traditional wedding was fun, although sha, it seems like Nigerians who live outside Nigeria give a whole new meaning to "African time."
The white wedding was 2 days later and we had a complete and total blast. I'm happy I agreed to the road trip with my siblings, instead of flying solo.
|When friends become family. We've known each other for close to 15 years.|
The wedding reception decor was sooooooo pretty!
|Yup, the shoes had to come off.|
|This was the funniest!!! In the middle of the photo, the DJ started playing Montell Jordan's "This is how we do it"|
Okay, make sure you delete the dancing photos from your memory so that you can't blackmail me when Cakes runs for presidency.
I hope you enjoyed the photos. Have a lovely rest of the week :D