African Traditional wedding is always most interesting event to attend during weekend because they are lovely and amazing. The Igbo traditional wedding is called Igbankwu in the Igbo language. It is a social event that is laced with the Igbo tradition and lots of heavy spending. During “Igbankwu” both the families of the groom and bride look their best traditional attire which make them more unique and stunning.
In some occasion, some couples leave a whole day for the traditional wedding while the white wedding is slated for another. A very important part of the traditional wedding is the bride’s attire. And every bride want to look more stunning and magnificent on this day.
Check out the stunning silver necklace and the headgear. The Igbo's in particular are well known for their beautifully coloured blouse and double wrappers as well as stunning bead necklaces and crowns that leave guests drooling in amazement. These are some beautiful traditional Igbo attire that will make you gorgeous and magnificent.
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