Media personality, Tolu 'Toolz' Oniru is one happy woman!

The on-air-personality last weekend, had her marriage introduction ceremony at Oba Oniru's palace, which was attended by celebrities and some prominent figures in Nigeria.

READ: Photos from Toolz's introduction ceremony

Toolz who got engaged sometime in June to fiancé, Tunde Demuren, explains how she felt being the centre of attention.

She posted a short memoir on her blog -Toolzo.net, where she explained how nervous she was inside despite all the amazing photos she took with her fiancé, family and friends..

Read her post below:

"Ishhh is getting real!!

Can’t believe I’m going to be a married woman, it’s all so terribly grown up lol.

I didn’t want to put up anything on my site, but I’m trying to make it a bit more personal, so let’s see how this goes.

Anyhow, so on Saturday 5th September, I had my introduction. This is where the families of the bride and groom officially meet. We had expected about 100 people, I hear there were about 250 people there! Eeek!!

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I didn’t sleep well the night before, because I was so nervous and I really didn’t know what to expect. I’ve been to events like this before, but I’m generally in a corner somewhere just observing.

Today the attention was all on me…and that was so unnerving! I’m used to being on stage, but then work-mode has been activated, so in my mind it's all about work.

I was so nervous, couldn’t eat…also because I was paranoid that I would get food stuck in my braces and would end up having lots of pictures with efo (spinach) hanging from my teeth lol.

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I worked myself up so much that I ended up developing a nervous tick. My right eye twitched for hours and I could barely stop myself from freaking out….but when I saw him aka Bae the twitching stopped…(and the crowd went awwww!)

All thanks to God!

Much love to family and friends for making it all happen, looking forward to Part 2 & 3!

A big thank you to:

Valerie Davids for the dress she ‘built’ for me

Lois of Prospotted Makeover for the make-up

Lush Jewels for the jewelry

Itunu Fabrics & Bimmms