Here's one bridal photo you totally need to see

The bride and her dress... a match made in gorgeousness.

That view... that dress... divine!

Bride, Uche tied the knot with her soulmate and namesake, Uche in one of the most splendid dresses we've ever seen, and the amazing photos of her are just so beautiful for days.

Designed by April by Kumbi and caught in its majestic elegance by photography company, Atilary Studio, the bride's lovely dress features a fitted bodice and a full, elaborate skirt.

The dress' train was spread out nicely by the bridesmaids in one iconic pose, captured by the photographer in an aerial shot which has now somewhat gone viral.

The couple's grand ceremony was put together by Qmara Vie Planners, an event planning outfit in Abuja.

We've really still got heart-eyes looking at this pretty bride, her groom and of course this graceful, stunning wedding dress of hers!

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