I’m here again dishing out amazing DIY tips for your wedding. I believe you will find this especially useful if you want to have a Nigerian court wedding. In other words, this post if for people that want to have a Nigerian marriage certificate.
Congratulations on your engagement! You are considering if you should have a court wedding in Nigeria or not. While a court wedding is not compulsory, I consider it however necessary. The certificate issued is tenable anywhere in the world and gives you legal right on many things pertaining to your spouse and property.
For instance, in Nigeria, court wedding though very important does not come with a lot of extravagant celebration when compared with the reception party following a white wedding.
Wedding planning requires a lot of attention and focusing on the white wedding can create a last minute rush for a court wedding.
Not to worry, we have come up with a list to help.
1. Bride’s dress
2. Bride’s make up
3. Groom’s suit
4. Groom’s tie
5. Wedding Rings
6. Parents of the couple
8. Bride’s shoes
9. Bride’s accessories
10. Passport photographs
11. Photocopy of birth certificate/Age declaration
12. Sworn affidavit for bachelorhood and spinsterhood
13. Oath taking
14. Transportation for groom and his parents
15. Transportation for bride and her parents
16. Hangout location after the court wedding (I’m sure you don’t want your guests to leave immediately)
In addition, you can add your personal touch to this list because it is not cast in stone.
Lastly, what do you think of this list? Did I miss out anything? Let me know in the comment section
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