As the song goes, "...first of all, introduction." Whether you are Hausa, Igbo, Yoruba, or any other ethnic group in Nigeria, the first and most important thing when planning your wedding is how to make a first-time impression when you're meeting your future in-laws.
If you're going to make a good first impression, you have to pay attention to your look, because you would be perceived, addressed and on some occasions, treated base on how you dress . Most introductions are done in native attires, however, if you're going to try something new, make sure it does not contradict the culture of either of you. But, a coat would be exorbitant.
In selecting colors make sure they are cool colors. Since colors carry life to an event, it would give the possibility that you are a fun, and active person.
Along these lines, before any parent will permit their little girl to say "I do" as far as you might be concerned, consistently recall that your first impression is vital to getting their endorsement.
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