Nigerian weddings have become very popular in recent years due to the extravagance and lavish spendings involved.
No wonder many many events planners are now scurrying into the wedding planning business to get a share of the booty.
While the rich are known for flaunting their wealth with cartons of champagne and exotic hors d'oeuvres for wedding guests, the average or middle class families also strive impress their own guests too and at the same time keep the party within the means of their pockets.
I have attended some really classy weddings, but since I don't exactly roll with the Otedolas or Dangotes of the society, I tend to find myself attending more of the 'regular' weddings (if you know what I mean).
There are some things that I have noticed in these sort of weddings which I find very distasteful, and I think they need to stop. Since we're still in the early days of 2015, I believe this is the right time to address these issue once and for all.
Below are five things that we shouldn't be seeing anymore in Nigerian weddings this year:
Let's hope these trends will come to a screeching halt as we continue into 2015.
Is there anything else you think should be on this list? Share them with me in the comments box below.