Benita shares another moment from her wedding ceremony, and is full of appreciation to the many friends that made her day.
Just wedded on Saturday, November 26th, 2016, the new wife of Olawale Adeyina has now taken to Instagram to share a lovely clip of herself singing at the ceremony [Hey, the wedding would have been quite incomplete if she didn't, right?]
In the clip you can see Benita, all angelic and pretty in her bridal dress, singing 'Olorun mi' and literally setting sparks flying in the room with her beautiful voice.
Alongside the clip, she captions her gratitude to the family and friends who came to be part of her big day.
Seyi Law receives her gratitude for being there, so does Johnny Drille, who presented the song for her first dance with her husband.
"My heart is full," she writes, "Thank you soo much for your love, prayers and well wishes!
"In no particular order. I want to say thank you @seyilaw1 for making our day just to honour us. You are gold! God bless you mightily.
"@lanregreg for making our day beautiful and cracking our ribs. Get ready cos big things are coming your way.
"@mannyevents I can't thank you enough for blowing our minds with the lovely decoration. Haa! It was beautiful. You're going international. You know this already.
"@pampermelush thank your for making sure everything was in place. Thanks for being more than a coordinator. You became a friend too. You rock big time! You are elevated!!
"@femileye for that Ayo rendition. Your Grammy is closer than you think. @beejaysaxb for making me dance so much I forgot my legs were hurting. You are my Gee!! God will surely bless you.
"@johnnydrille that special first dance song you did was just perfect. Thank you! Watch and see how God will take you places with that amazing voice of yours.
"@femibricks & @clefgift of House One Music thanks for providing the wonderful sound equipment Chi limited. Thanks for providing drinks for the guests.
"To @bellaroseo and @marcel_ui can't find the words but we love you so much. To our lovely parents, bridesmaids and grooms men, friends, guests and relatives who were a part of our big day.
"Thank You! The God that we serve will always bless you and celebration will be yours forever in Jesus Name.
We love you!!!"
Again, we wish the couple all the best.